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When I had the pleasure of seeing you I forgot to deliver the inclosed. I wou’d not give you this...
It is with great regret that I intrude upon you at a moment when I know you are very much en...
Your letter of the 24th. instant has impressed me beyond measure. I feel with its utmost force...
I most anxiously hope the almost unanimous wish of your country men, may induce you to consent to...
The present is the most critical state of our affair that has existed since you came to the...
I enclose you Mr. Quincy’s Speech. In the anxiety that I feel upon the subject I mentioned to you...
At the request of several of the most respectable people of Kentucky I take the liberty to...
I find from a conversation with Mr. John Montgomery, that it wou’d be very grateful to him, to...
Mr. William Robertson a very respectable gentn. has been advised to go to Europe for his health,...
Most sincerely do I wish, both for the public interest and for your sake, either that our...