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I am constrained to write you this letter, by having seen in the news papers an extract of a...
When I first wrote to you on the private subject, I supposed that Col o Nicholas had left at...
Nothing can be better, nor more conformable to my wishes, than the mode you mention of learning...
I hope you will excuse the liberty I am about to take, when I assure you that I have no other...
A bad state of health, the diagnostick of which evidently is, that I must ’ere long shake hands...
Several opinions, in relation to the present aspect of publick affairs, have long pressed on my...
I have this moment been informed by Mr: Martin, that he has at length found a workman capable of...
Your letter of June the 22d. only reached me this day; being directed “near the Bowling Green” it...
If this letter should be improper; its apology is, that no evil design suggested it. An idea is...
I herewith send you the Swedish turnip seed promised. This species of turnip seems to me to...
Your letter concerning a successor to Mr. Tazewell , took the rout to Richmond, and found me at...
It would be happy indeed for us, if agriculture and farming still continued to be interesting...
The observations contained in yours of the 4th. instant, upon my letter to Colo. New, induce me...
Having removed to some distance from Mr: Martin’s, his consideration of your letter of the 6th....
I now take the liberty of inclosing you the papers accompanied with a drawing to obtain Mr:...
Mr: Martin, for whom I solicited you to obtain a patent for a thrashing machine, has made several...
Herewith I have forwarded to you the drill you requested, packed into a crate basket, in a secure...
A model of Martin’s machine for seperating the grain of wheat from the straw, is now before me,...
There is a spice of fanaticism in my nature upon two subjects—agriculture and republicanism,...
Some time past, I inclosed you the pamphlet you wrote for—accepted of your commission to procure...
Your letter dated one month past, was delivered to me, as I was about to leave philadelphia, and...
Your most Curious Council is required on the following Cases. Case the 1st. Adam Wayland of...
Lancaster County, 15 Apr. 1781 . Encloses “a list of the number of Men raised in this County for...
It gives me great uneasyness that the Militia of this County By their riotous behavour have...