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I have a brother, who wishes to obtain a commission in the army of the United States. He has...
I intend to begin my journey on monday next and as my object is not less to see men than things,...
I rely upon your candour to forgive my taking your time and your patience, while I thank you for...
I have made repeated appointments and attempts to visit you, since you did us the favour of your...
You know my vanity and therefore are probably surprized that I have not before this transmitted...
I fear you must have thought me inattentive to your request that I would ascertain the...
I fear that you must have thought me unmindful of my engagement to forward you a copy of a most...
I take the liberty of sending you my Election Sermon; your silent approbation of which, if I felt...
I have just learnt by this morning’s mail, with heartfelt grief, the death of Mrs Adams. I have...
I regret very much that the enclosed is not more worthy of your acceptance by being more worthy...
Herewith are enclosed the two letters of Mr Jefferson, which you were kind enough to entrust to...
Mr Colman presents his respectful compliments to James Madison Esqr; and asks the honor of his...
I am much obliged by your favorable reception of the "Hints to the Essex Farmers." Humbly as you...