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