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I rejoice to find you engaged in your latter days, in so laudable an undertaking as that of...
I write to you on a subject which I think of great importance and because in your life I think...
At a meeting of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia , held on the 27 th ultimo Thomas...
What right have I to be one of your tormentors? and amongst the numerous applicants for...
what right have I to be one of your tormentors? and amongst the numerous applicants for...
Should it be thought presumptuous to address to you a pamphlet little worth your acceptance but...
Should it be thought presumptuous to address to you a pamphlet little worth your acceptance but...
I ought not to have neglected so long to write you an account of the delightful visit I received...
Your Letter of March 21 st I will communicate to Mr Bowditch, and Pickering— You may put my...
The sight of your well known hand writing in your favour of 25. Feb. last, gave me great...
I inclose you a National Register, to convince you that the Essex Register is not to blame for...
Was you ever acquainted with Dugald Stuart—before I left France I received a letter from Benjamin...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance, a young Lawyer by the name of Josiah Quincy, and...
If I am not humble I ought to be, when I find myself under the necessity of borrowing a juvenile...
Your friend Professor Ticknor is bound upon a Tour in Virginia, though he needs no introduction...
I am dil i gently & laboriously occupied, in reading & hearing your “political economy”—I call it...
Your Letter of Nov. 13 gave me great delight not only by the divine Consolation it afforded me...
I have just read a sketch of the life of Swedenborg, and a larger work in two huge volumes of...
Your last letter was brought to me from the Post office when at breakfast with my family. I bade...
Must We, before We take our departure from this grand and beautiful World, Surrender all our...
Your last letter was brought to me from the Post office when at breakfast with my family. I bade...
All the Literary Gentlemen of this part of the Country have an Ambitious Curiosity to see the...
Half an hour ago I received, and this moment have heard read, for the 3d. or 4th. time, the best...
Your letter of March 25 th has been a cordial to me, and the more consoling as it was brought by...
I have received with great pleasure your favour of March 14th. Mr Ticknor informes me that Dugald...
I have transmitted you a letter to Samuel Adams Welles Esqr. in Boston as you desire This...
I must answer your great question of the 10 th in the words of Dalembert to his Correspondent,...
Was you ever acquainted with Dugald Stuart—before I left France I received a letter from Benjamin...
I must answer your great question of the 10th in the Words of Dalembert to his Correspondent, who...
The sight of your well known hand writing in your favour of 25. Feb. last, gave me great...
I have just read a sketch of the life of Swedenborg, and a larger work in two huge volumes of...
I have been deeply afflicted with the account of your accident—At first your Leg was broke—I...
I return your letter at your request signified by Gen. Dearborn though it has been such a cordial...
I am greatly obliged to you for your letter of the 9 th It has entirely convinced me that the...
As you was so well acquainted with the philosophers of France I presume the name and character of...
We think ourselves possessed or at least we boast that we are so of Liberty of Conscience on all...
With much pleasure I have heard read the sure words of prophecy in your letter of Sep 4 th It is...
Mr Benjamin Parker Richardson, a Grandson of a neighbour of mine, who has lived in harmony with...
I have received with great pleasure your favour of March 14 th M r Ticknor informes me that...
When Harris was returned a Member of Parliament a Friend introduced him to Chesterfield whom he...
My loving and beloved Friend, Pickering, has been pleased to inform the World that I have “few...
All the Literary Gentlemen of this part of the Country have an Ambitious Curiosity to see the...
Late last night I received Your Report and your translation of Tracy, for both of which, tho’ I...
Mr. Charles Sigourney & Lady, a respectable pair in Hartford, Connecticut, the Husband a Son of...
I am diligently & laboriously occupied, in reading & hearing your “political economy”—I call it...
I congratulate you and myself on your recovery from the three Illnesses that have distressed you,...
I have been deeply afflicted with the account of your accident—At first your leg was broke—I...
Yours of the 27th. June is received with pleasure, for the free air of it delights me. Your...
Watchman! what of the night!? Is darkness that may be felt to prevail over the whole world? Or...
I return your letter at your request signified by Gen. Dearborn though it has been such a cordial...