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Thy favor of 22 inst., enclosing ten dollars, is duly received. This pays, & more than pays, for...
I am favored with thy Letter of March 23. Soon after, or about the same time I wrote thee, I...
The booksellers tell me that Tourists & Travellers want a convenient Pocket Companion, not merely...
As I once spoke or wrote to thee concerning a Gazetteer & Geography of the State of Virginia, I...
Providence sometimes blesses us with necessary chastisements. The untoward events that drove me...
By some delay of the Post Master at Ballston, to which thy favor of April 16 was directed, I did...
I present a copy of my Proposals for a second edition of the Gazetteer of this State, & am in...
In these woods, constantly occupied in my new business, that of Farming, & forming a new...
Had I not a great personal interest in seeing the Laws of the United States, relating to the...
I wrote thee, some time since, concerning an Essay of mine, which I proposed to have sent to thee...
Permit me to present my congratulations on the prospect of peace. Anxious to have the principles...
A part of the object of my journey to Washington, was suspended in part, in consequence of the...
At the moment of taking my pen to address thee, my eyes are flowing with tears of anxiety and...
I know not what may be the views of Administration, but I have taken upon myself to deny that...
I ought, perhaps, to apologize, for troubling thee with a subject of so little direct concern to...
I take the liberty to address one of these Letters to thee, because I can but suppose thou must...