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It has been often said, and as often denied, that there are men in this country attached to...
“The catastrophe of Leyden is to me a most affecting event; a beautiful city where I resided with...
I have advised Messrs. Perkins to print Mr. Cremeres Letter literatim. But it ought to be...
I request the favour of you to insert the foregoing Letter in the next Anthology. It is a...
The former leaf you may insert in your Silva if you please. If you do not, please to return it to...
I thank you kindly for sending me the Centinel containing the peices upon neutrality signed by...
I thank you kindly for sending me Cen the Centinel containing the pieces upon Neutrality signed...
In presenting the Compliments of the Season I wish you a happy New Year—as many as human Nature...
I believe I have related to you, for Shaw told the Story 100 times, of a very vulgar dialogue...
Dr Jarvis with great truth and propriety asserts that the Religion of the Indians, has not been...
Dr Jarvis in his Seventh page has truely observed that “the Indians can not communication in...
Have you the laws of Congress from 1797 to 1801-3 or the journals of the senate for that period?...
Dr Jarvis with great truth and propriety observes that “the Religion of the Indians has not be...
Dr Jarvis with great truth and propriety observes that “the Religion of the Indians has not been...