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I have to acknowledge your favor of the 13th: ulto:. The principal subject in which you dwelt;...
I have the pleasure of making Known to you Mr: Richard Peters & Mr: J. B Wallace, two gentlemen...
Your favor of the 11th: instt: which has this moment come to hand, found me with pen in hand; on...
Since the date of my last to you, I have received your favors of the 29th: ulto: and 4th:...
I spoke with Judge Cushing yesterday on the subject of your application for the clerkship of the...
I received with much pleasure a few days ago, your favor of the 15th: instant and shall not be...
Your favor of the 19th: instt: is before me, with the enclosure for Judge Cushing, which I shall...
Your two last favors have reached me in course, and I am happy to find that the suggestion I made...
I have scarcely heard of you since my return excepting once through Mr: Johnson, and as I had...
Your kind favor of the 26th: ulto: was delivered to me by my Mother on my arrival, the 12th:...
I wrote you a few lines from New York, upon my arrival there, enclosing a packet of letters,...
In compliance with the desire of my Sister at Berlin I enclose to you a small packet for W Hellen...
A favorable occasion presents itself of dropping you a few lines by a vessel for Georgtown. It is...
Your last favor was handed me by M r C Hall on the road between Philadelphia and New York— It...
This day I had the pleasure to receive by our Friend M r White your obliging favor of the 12 th:...
My last Letter to you was of such a nature, that I can easily persuade myself no matter arose out...
I hasten within two hours after the receipt of your Letter, which came to my hands while at my...
The Minister of the French Republic has litterally pursued the Instructions of his Masters, the...
I have only two or three minutes at present to devote to the purpose of answering a long &...
I have for some time past had it in contemplation to take my pen & devote its impressions to your...
This day week I put a letter into the Post Office for you under cover to my Brother JQA . and...
The kind of silence which we have observed toward each other since I left Massachusetts, is not...
Influenced by the same principle as when I last wrote, viz. That of discharging a debt before it...
I have somewhere heard an observation of this kind, “that a person should not be too anxious to...
Either write upon larger paper, or give an outside cover to your letters, for in the act of...