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Although very unwilling to give you the least trouble in the epistolary line, yet I feel a desire...
there is very little probability that I can give you any information on what may be termed...
I sensibly feel for your privations and sufferings, and hope and beg that my corrispondance may...
Some time past I meet with a gentleman in the Museum who informed me of your extreme...
soon after my arrival here I wrote to inform you of my object in visiting this place, with the...
on the receipt of your letter I hastened to the City to seek the Inkstand you wanted, I beleive...
Long oppressed under duty, respect and friendship, in having omited to write to you about the...
In the hope, my dear Sir, of giving you some little amusement on what I conceive an interesting...
Yours of 28 th Ulto. received, yesterday, and coming home last night I thought of my small...
Your favor of the 22 d instant I received yesterday, and devolving in my mind what I could best...
Herewith I send your silver springs for your Pollygraph according to my promise in my last...
Although it is a long time since I have wrote, yet be assured that I very often think on the...
It was my intention to have paid you a visit when I left Philad a I had proposed to myself to...
It has for some time past that I have promised myself the pleasure of paying you a Visit, yet the...
When I received your Polygraph, I repaired the springs, then made an essay to write with it,...
I have made all the haste I could to get your pens for your Polygraph, for I well know the uses...
Finding that the gallows would not shut down on the Ink holders I therefore cut some of it away,...