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If you could have rejoiced on the morning of the 25th. ulto. in the momentary but happy...
Allow me in the name of the Author of the Map of the United States, & Territories, with the...
Le sujet, qui interesse infiniment toutes les Nations industrieuses, que je traite dans la...
When I had the honour of calling on you, I only conjectured that the printing of the Journals of...
A poor old unfortunate man undertakes at a venture to address you, confiding in y r sensibility &...
I Recived your publick Cashen in the publick neuse paper staten that you wanted house Carpentrs...
Various causes, connected with the absence & illness of Revd Mr Fay of the old church, have...
I beg leave, to introduce myself to you, as Samuel P. Walker Jr. and grand nephew, to the late...
I was appointed, with others to view a way for a road from the “Red mill to Gilmore’s Mill on...
A gentleman late from Spain presented me with an inkstand made of the rock of Gibraltar; I was...
A few days since passing by Elk Run Church , a Gentleman presented me with a very large tooth,...
Col o Wallace my son, now on his way to Staunton, being a delegate to the proposed convention,...
M r Rodes affords me an opportunity of sending to you a few articles which I hope will arrive...
On my return from New-York to Philadelphia I met your favor enclosing one to M r Monroe which I...
your letter of last July mentioned your willingness to aid me in a public appointment, of which I...
Impression by the upper Surface Impression by the Upper Surface Impression by the Upper Surface...
in Washington I saw the fracture of your arm announced in a newspaper, it filled me with anxiety,...
Yours of October last gave me the first Knowledge of an American species of Elephant. I find...
Thro’ this medium I beg leave to address you as President of the board of Trustees on a subject...
I have for some years past been very desirious of seeng you. And being in company with M r Peter...
Having on hand several Hh ds of sound and fine flavour’d claret wine, which I sell to famelies at...
M r Brown Called on me on Monday last wishing to Know if I would be willing to undertake the...
Immediately after my return from Europe at the suggestion of many Friends well known to you, and...
Having it in contemplation to prepare the Biography of Roger Sherman Esqr., one of the Signers of...
la haute Consideration et le profond respect que feu m r Walsh mon epoux m’a inspiré pour votre...
To impress a feature of recollection, that cannot be blotted from existance, a stranger, and a...
I thank you sincerely for the letter with which you have honoured me. I did not intend that the...
I beg leave to make known to you, Wm. Keating Esqr, a gentleman of this city, who holds an...
I venture to intrude to the extent of a single page on your kind attention. The place of Civil...
On my return, a few days ago, from a visit to Washington , I found here your obliging & very...
When I mentioned to you the Dissertation of Professor Playfair on the progress of Mathematical...
M r Ralston, son of one of our principal citizens, and a young gentleman distinguished by his...
I send the Analectic Magazine for the present month. Circumstances have induced me to decline any...
I wish to introduce into the Encyclopedia Americana, published at Boston, a biographical Sketch...
I have requested the Bookseller to transmit at once by Post to M r Jefferson his Copy of the 2 d...
M r Ro Walsh J r has the honor to present to M r Jefferson the volume sent herewith , presuming...
Not being able to resist my itch for scribbling, I have undertaken, in concert with Judge Cooper...
It is probable that I shall go abroad about the end of next month to divide a twelvemonth between...
Be pleased to accept my best acknowledgments for the memoranda concerning the excellent Bishop...
You must not suppose, on seeing my handwriting that I mean to importune you. I would not consent...
I have been requested by a gentleman, Mr. B. Constant (a Merchman) , who has been for some years,...
I send you another N o of the Analectic magazine ;—not, however, as to a subscriber. It was by no...
M r Patterson, President of the A. P. S. communicated to me, a few days ago, a letter from you to...
I take the liberty of recommending to your attention, the Prospectus sent herewith. My object in...
We heard in this city, a few weeks ago, that you were painfully indisposed; and I believe there...
As there is now no likelihood of the resurrection of the American Register, & as I am about to...
Your acceptable letter of the 19 th Ulto : and the tract of M r Tracy were received in due...
The letter in which you directed an alteration of the text of your defence of Mr. Jefferson, did...
I am very proud of your good opinion of my hasty book. It has many imperfections, but will prove...
Mr. Mathew Carey of this City did me the favor, this morning, to shew me an interesting letter...