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Long oppressed under duty, respect and friendship, in having omited to write to you about the...
on the receipt of your letter I hastened to the City to seek the Inkstand you wanted, I beleive...
soon after my arrival here I wrote to inform you of my object in visiting this place, with the...
Some time past I meet with a gentleman in the Museum who informed me of your extreme...
I sensibly feel for your privations and sufferings, and hope and beg that my corrispondance may...
there is very little probability that I can give you any information on what may be termed...
Although very unwilling to give you the least trouble in the epistolary line, yet I feel a desire...
In several visits I made to Philad a after receiving your statement concerning young M c elhany,...
Calling on a Watchmaker to day, he told me of a young man who is an excellent artist, that is now...
Last evening I received your letter of the 17 th Instant, and I suppose before this time you have...
some time past I thought that I had found a young man in the Watch making line, that would have...
By my inquiries amongst the Watch-makers in the City, I have found a young man of good Character,...
MS ( DLC: TJ Papers , 207:36935–6); entirely in Peale’s hand; undated.
It is my wish to communicate to you whatever I think has a chance of being novel and...
Since my last to you I have conversed with a few friends on the disposial of the Museum, M r...
Your favor of the March 21 st came in due time— and a rainy day now gives me leasure to write, to...
When we beleive that we have made any discovery that offers somthing for the benefit of man, no...
It is long indeed since I have intended to answer your letter of April 17. , at first I wished to...
A rainey day, this you think should be a day of leisure with a farmer, such and sundays for...
In a former letter I stated to you my folly in attempting to eradicate weeds from my farm by...
Since writing my last letter to you , I have visited a small farm in my neigbourhood, belonging...
I most chearfully accept your kind invitation of a renewal of corrispondance; tho’ with very...
M r Randolph took his passage in the New Castle line of Land and water Stages on Wednesday last,...
The Museum has increased very importantly since your visit to Philada. and the order and...
In the report by M r Cuvier on the fossil bones which you presented to the National Institute I...
It was my intention in this to have given you the particulars of expenditures for & to M r...
It was my intention in my last letter to have mentioned to you my equiescence in your retaining...
I have received yours of the 6th. Instant enclosing fifty Six Dollars for the use of Mr. Randolph...
I was desirous to made enquiry of the Merchant about the Packet which carried your Lamp &...
It is to be regreted that you had not sent sooner, when we might have sent you some of Coll....
I was in the country when your note encloseing a Check for fifty Dollars, for the use of Mr....
I have received one hundred Dollars inclosed in your favor of the 12th. Instant, and with...
It will give me pleasure to meet your wishes in every thing which may tend to the benefit and...
I am pleased that I can announce to you what I esteem an important improvement of the machinery...
with great reluctance I wrote my last letter to you, for I hold the military profession as the...
The bearer Mr. James Chalmers is desireous to enter into the Army. he is of a very respectable...
I received your favor of the 6th. Instant, containing Lieut. Pikes communications, and since the...
The Bears I received today, in good health, and tomorrow we shall give them a more spacious Cage....
It will be very interesting to see the Grisley-Bear brought to his full growth, one of the Skins...
It is evident that many Persons who has had what is termed a classical Education, have so little...
Agreable to the request of Govr. Lewis I have prepared one of the heads of the American Argali...
every object which can add to the comforts and conveniences of life are important to us, none...
It is my hope that I shall never do any thing, which will be disagreable to you. My father was a...
In conversation with a friend this morning as the Indians were leaving this City, he said they...
At the annual Election of Officers of the american philosophical Society, held this day according...
Your favor enclosing Ten Dollars; the payment for the additions to your small Polygraph I have...
Wishing to find some means of improving the Machinery of your Polygraph, I have since writing the...
I now write with your Polygraph by way of tryal, and find that it is absolutely necessary to hold...
your Polygraph I received this afternoon, and it is now in the hands of the Workman, who will...
I presented to the Philosophical Society at their last setting, the drawing of the Antilope with...