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The homage, Sir, which is induced by a Superior Virtue, and transcendent talents, is as honourable to them who bring, as to them who receive it. You have filled so large a space, not alone, in your own Country but in the world, that it would be difficult to determine which is most indebted to you. And you have, involuntarily levied a contribution upon the suffrages of mankind, which, though...
Accompanying this you will find a letter from my Father—in which I am highly . I should be happy to know of its safe arrival, & pray you so far to condescend as to write me a few lines on the of it— please address—G Runnels—at Mr Reg’s—Bloomingdale Road—NYork MHi .
By a letter which you did my Son, then at N.York, the honour to write him under the 3 November 22, I perceive you received that, I had the honour of addressing to you in September L.P. And, that, having taken the requisite information from Baron Stackelberg, to whom I took the liberty of referring you without notice of it to him; you had, condescendingly, communicated the result to the...