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The inclosed letter to mr Cabell so fully explains it’s object, and the grounds on which your...
I have no doubt you have occasionally been led to reflect on the character of the duty imposed by...
I heard in Bedford that you were attaked with the prevailing fever, and with great joy on my...
I have no doubt you have recieved, as I have done, a letter from D r Morse with a printed...
Your favor of Mar. 29. did not come to hand until the 4 th instant. only mr Cabell, Gen l Cocke...
I thank you for the communication of mr Rush’s letter which I now return. mr Bentham’s character...
The person who hands you this letter is an interesting subject of curiosity. he was taken...
I send you a mass of reading, and so rapidly does my hand fail me in writing that I can give but...
You already know that the legislature has authorised the literary board to lend us another 60,000...
I have read mr Cox’s letters and some of his papers, which I now return you. it is impossible for...