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I have the honor to ask your acceptance of the portrait herewith transmitted, of my late lamented...
I have recd. your letter of the 27th. Ult. accompanying the introductory one from my friend Mr....
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 12th. inst., inclosing fifty...
You have probably been informed by Mr Jno., H, Lee of Kentucky of an arrangement which he made...
Mr. J. C. Hamilton has the Honor to acknowledge the receipt by this days Mail of the Extract from...
I have shown to son Robert the letter from E. H. Taylor to you and have received for answer that...
Your letter of the 30th. Ult was duly recd. with the little volume to which it refers. The facts...
You are aware of the loss the University is sustaining by the resignation of Doctr Dunglison, and...
My friend Dr Patterson & myself have arranged our University matters in such sort as to be able...
I have received your letter of the 5th inst: It would have given me much pleasure to have aided...
Annexed I send for your approval, my check on the President & Directors of the Literary Fund, for...
To be revised & follow if necessary the publication of the letters. The public will decide how...
You were right in supposing that my thoughts had been given to the subject of the void made in...
The other day I was Extremly Sorry to See your Name in a Newspaper, their Calld a freind and...
I inclose my answer to two letters from Mr. Jefferson, referred to in your inquiries Thro’ Dr....
The inclosed letters contain all the information I can give on the subject of a successor to Dr....
A note from Mr Kane informs me that Mr Longacre—whom I had previously the pleasure of knowing,...
My delay in returning you my thanks for your very obliging letter & its valuable contents has ill...
A quorum of the Board was not formed untill Friday, July 12th. when John H. Cocke & Joseph C....
The Volume so kindly presented to Mrs. Madison and myself has afforded us great pleasure. Few can...
I have seen no evidence yet that a successor has been appointed to Mr Breckenridge. I hope the...
Your letter introducing Mr Longacre was duly delivered by him. His distinguished reputation as an...
I hope that you will excuse the liberty I now take in addressing you, as it is prompted only by a...
I send herewith 92 pages of my manuscript for your leisurely inspection—It is far from my wish to...
I have recd. your letter of the 19th. In reply to your enquiries concerning my health, prompted...
By a paper, now before me, I learn that you, still, are in vigorous health of mind. Reaumatism ,...
I found it a matter of more difficulty than I anticipated to procure a pamphlet copy of Mr....
We have at length made a beginning of a Work which we long since projected, the object of which...
I have forwarded by Aleck in good order To your address Two Boxes Candles, Two <...> Lim<...> one...
Permit me to introduce to you my friend Dr. R. C. Mason, a gentleman of distinguished...