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Your letters are full of aphorisms. Every paragraph in them suggests new ideas, or revives old...
Has your right hand forgotten its Cunning from pain or Sickness? or have you ceased to...
The enclosed publications should have been sent by your Son. The Account of Christr: Ludwick was...
The difficult and complicated labors of my professorship consisting of teaching, examining,...
The hurry always connected with the prevalence of a yellow fever in our City; has prevented my...
My second son Richard Rush has long felt a strong desire to visit Europe in the capacity of a...
I enclose you the letter I mentioned in my last, from the person whom I supposed to be your son...
The Solicitude I felt upon the account of your health , excited by your letter of last summer, is...
The letter you did me the favor to enclose me a few days ago is from a Dr: Thomas Clark- a...
In Contemplating the events that have lately taken place in Spain, and their probable...
Having just finished the labors of the Winter in the University, and hospital, I sit down with...
I have just now recd your friendly letter, and take the earliest opportunity to express my entire...
Permit me to revive a friendship, Once very dear to me, by addressing you upon a Subject highly...
Mr Boudinot having lately built a house at Burlington in the state of New Jersey, and purposing...
The politicks of our City are under the direction of three Classes of people, old tories,...
I have seldom been more highly gratified than by the receipt of your letter of Novr 11th. The...
Dr. Rush to Capt. Lewis . for preserving his health. 1. when you feel the least indisposition, do...
An inflammation in my eyes which for several days has confined me to my house, and rendered...
I once met Alexander Cruden the Author of the Concordance of the Scriptures at Charles Dilly’s....
The bearer General Miranda visits Washington chiefly with a design to pay his respects to the...
Your letter from Monticello of the 8th of August, was perfectly satisfactory to me. I applied for...
I have escaped for ten minutes from the pressure of business, lectures–pupils, and the Charge of...
Many years have passed away since I have read a political pamphflet. The Subject, and name of the...
Accept much honoured & dear sir of a Copy of the enclosed publication. How joyful the Sound of...
Soon after the receipt of your last letter in which you Advise me to shake off my retired habits...
§ From Benjamin Rush. 7 April 1806, Philadelphia. “The bearer Captain John McDougall goes to...
A bad cold, added to the pressure of business, has delayed my answer much longer than I intended...
Public and private news & anecdotes are now so limited by the present state of our Country, that...
I avail myself of the first leisure hour I have had since the Conclusion of my lectures to...
Permit a whole family to mingle their tears with yours upon the late distressing event that has...