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Sonnet. to Miss Brooks by a friend What shall I, maiden, to thee Say, Thou Art, so full of life;...
a Bostonian who reveres the “Sage of Quincy” takes the liberty of transmitting him this newspaper...
without pretensions to the weight of character, that would justify the appearance of my...
As the publck has gave you the credit of Drafting the Declaration of Independance, and as you...
The maker of the enclosed Speech, accompanied Lewis & Clark when he was an uneducated boy, over...
Knowing it will give you great pleasure to hear that your old and valued friend M r Charles...
I write to you by a special influence while standing at my Desk, I was looking around the world...
Chemical Apparatus essential to a well furnished Labratory & Lecture Room. Knights improved table...
This circular which I take the Liberty of addressing to you is the effusion of an old fellow who...
The enclosed Report of a Committee of the Senate, is respectfully sent to Mr Jefferson by a...
What can be your thoughts on the distracted Country by your Philosophical arts & intrigues (...
I rejoice to find you engaged in your latter days, in so laudable an undertaking as that of...
Altho you are advanced in life—yet your Vision is clear—& judgement sound—therefore justice must...
Do I presume to far in placing implicit reliance on the well known generosity and philanthrophy...
By your report to the Legislature I gladly learn the success of your agent in obtaining...
Observing in the Enquirer, a Letter from yourself , addressed to “ Charles Pinckney Esqr. ” I...
Une lettre toute de sa main et signée addressée de Monticello à M. de Lormerie. Monticello est le...
Excuse me of taking the liberty to send you one of the papers inclosed within concerning the...
I am once more seated to perform a duty which unintentionly has been delayed too long. But as I...
The University of Virginia Bo t of J Bohn (Books omitted in former Shipment or order’d...
There is scarcely a young man in this United States, who is now desirous of having among his...
of my Respects Persented to you This Coms Calling on you for your in fermation in Regard who Shd...
I feel an increasing concern for your happiness and salvation. Since the enclosed was sealed, the...
I have lately seen the painting by colonel Trumbull , “ representing the Declaration of...
In compliance with your desire on my departure for the springs I availed myself of a short stay...
FUNERAL SOLEMNITIES ORDER OF RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 1st. ANTHEM.—“ Child of Mortality. ” 2d. Select...
N. Carolina , Mecklenburg county , } May 20, 1775. In the spring of 1775, the leading characters...
The following statement is made in the New York Columbian of Saturday evening last. The part...
FUNERAL SYMPHONY. PRAYER. ANTHEM. How are the mighty fallen! They that were great among the...
This lady was not more elevated by rank, than eminent by her virtues. Of her sex, she was an...
Ingratitude has been called the vice of Republics. On a late occasion we have seen the Government...
F or your edification and amusement, I send the following poem , in which my feeble muse...
A DIRGE. Praise to the virtuous dead the Heathen owed, And funeral game, and urn, and chant...