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Though late, I hope I am not among the last of your friends in congratulating you upon your...
The bearer of this letter Mr. Andrew Brown has applied to me as One among many witnesses of his...
I enclose you a humble tribute to the memory of our great republican and philosophical friend Mr....
The Solicitude I felt upon the account of your health , excited by your letter of last summer, is...
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...
Soon After I received your last & Affectionate letter , I was called upon to witness a most...
Mr Boudinot having lately built a house at Burlington in the state of New Jersey, and purposing...
Herewith you will receive the musk melon seed which I promised to send you by a private hand in...
The following thoughts have lately occurred to me. To whom can they be communicated with so much...
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...
soon After I became the Advocate of domestic Animals as far as related to thier diseases, in the...
Your favor of the 20 th instant came safe to hand, but not accompanied with the pamphflet you...
I enclose you another Attempt to combat a greater enemy to the prosperity and liberties of the...
Accept much honoured & dear sir of a Copy of the enclosed publication. How joyful the Sound of...
I agree with you in your Opinion of Cities. Cowper the poet very happily expresses our ideas of...
Being obliged to lecture every day at 4 oClock, it will not be in my power to accept of your kind...
Soon after the accession of Mr: Mifflin to the Government of Pennsylvania, he gratified his...
I sit down thus early to answer your pleasant and friendly letter from your Forest , from with a...
Dr. Rush’s Compliments to Mr. Jefferson and sends him herewith a packet for Mr. B: Vauhan to whom...
Your Communication upon the Subject of the large Claws, and bones of the Lyon kind Animal , will...
I have the honor to enclose you, with this letter, two pamphflets upon the yellow fever.—One of...
I was much gratified in reading the confidential Communication made to me in your letter . After...
In a letter which I received a few days ago from M r Adams , he informs with a kind of exultation...
Your Character as a Philosopher & friend of mankind predominates so much more in my mind over...
The bearer Mr. Tench Coxe who has been called upon to share in the toils of our new Goverment,...
The bearer Dr Anth: Fothergill wishes to do himself the honor of paying his respects to you. He...
Yours of Decem r 5 th came to hand yesterday. I was charmed with the Subject of it. In order to...
I have endeavoured to fulfil your Wishes by furnishing Mr Lewis with some inquiries relative to...
I enclose you a few copies of the tract on the manufactory of Maple Sugar. It owes its existence...
The bearer John Hall, a freeman has been encouraged to apply to you to dispose of one of your...
I return you herewith Sir John Sinclair’s pamphlet upon Old Age with many thanks. I have read it...
I have just now received a letter from Dr Waterhouse in which he has requested me to address you...
The bearer of this letter Mr. Weld a young Gentleman of amiable manners, and good education was...
The bearer Mr. Parry Hall wishes to reprint your notes on the state of Virginia . He is One of...
Few eforts of the Acts of my life have given me more pleasure than the one you are pleased to...
Herewith you will receive two pamphflets, the one upon the causes of Animal life, the Other upon...
I was made very happy by learning from your letter of the 23rd of April that your disease is less...
Philadelphia, 16 June 1785 . Introduces Samuel Fox, a descendant of “one of the most respectable...
The bearer Dr: Chapman —formerly one of my private pupils, wishes for the honor of your...