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I am unwilling that my enthusiasm in favour of your university should not be effectively known to...
I now dispatch one of the youths I had some time ago the honour to mention to you, whose...
At the request of some military friends, and in compliance with a desire which I have for several...
Having had the honour to transmit to M r Jefferson a copy of the ‘campaign of ’71 in the...
Since my last letter it has occurred to me that it should have contained an idea which I did not...
I do myself the honour to transmit for your examination, a small political essay, which for a...
I had the honour to receive the other day your letter of the 10 th of this month covering a five...
It occurs to me that it may be desirable to the directors of the V a University to acquire the...
I heartily rejoice that your health is restored, and congratulate the lovers of your country and...
I have read with great satisfaction your letter of the 15 th and most heartily thank you for the...
The only definite proposition I can obtain from M r Wyer is that the collection of specimens in...
The inclination which I expressed to you several years ago, in 1823 I believe, to devote myself...
As the reputed authour of a rejected address which was reported to the Jackson Convention in this...
It is, you must allow, very natural that any inquirer into the meaning of the constitution,...
For your letter of the 16th. Feby I now beg leave to express my thanks, and shall take occasion...
I have had the honour to receive your letter of the 14th of August, and have read it with that...
I have this moment had the honour to receive your letter covering copies of a variety of my...
It is some time since I submitted to the public certain observations on the writings of the late...
To ensure your well-pleased extension of the usual kindness of your hospitality to Mr. Alfred...
H. Lee has had the honour to receive Mr. Madison’s note of the 22nd April, and is glad to learn...
In examining the events of the late war I believe I have ascertained that when in the fall of...
I felt myself pleased and honoured by your letter, & shall avail myself of the earliest stage of...
It is some time since I had the honour to receive and acknowledge your letter of the 14th. of...
In tracing the conduct and character of Genl. Jackson I have had a correspondence with Genl....
Although I may not wish to be known , I expect to be reputed as the authour of the inclosed...