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I do not search for an apologÿ, in sending you included imperfect Sketch of a work , which I...
Contemplated work “Moral and Physical causes of the Revolutionarÿ Spirit, in the latter part of...
I Should be at loss for an apologÿ in writing you again, had not the polite manner—in which you...
Since I had the honour of sending you mÿ last letter , I reviewed mÿ Sketch and discovered, that...
The manÿ condescending proofs, which I received from your politeness, imbue me with the...
Accept mÿ Sincerest thanks for the distinguished proof of your confidential esteem, with which...
The distinguished proof of your esteem, with which you favoured and gratified me, when you...
In answer to your favour of July the 30 —I must once more return to the papers , which I Send to...
Reperusing your interesting Syllabus I have recalled in my mind a train of thoughts—which I...
Although it is not mÿ power—to make this Letter in any manner interesting, yet your courtesy and...
Mrs A.A had the kindness to Send me inclosed N o of the Month Rep—to convey it, after its...
As I have nothing—deserving your attention—to communicate, I rather Should deem it improper to...
I was highly gratified with your favour of the 1 of maÿ —as I am now convinced—that no doubt...
Isaak Iselin geschichte der menschheid menschheit vol. ii Lib. 7—HauptSt. 23 pag 217. the...
The condescending kindnesses and proofs of your regard, with which I have been honoured by you...
After So long a Silence, I trust, it Shall not be deemed an intrusion as it will not interrupt...
was I to answer a letter—So gratifying to my feelings, as interesting in itself, dated 9 Febr —to...
I take again the liberty of Sending you a few lines—and this without any further apologÿ, as I...
During Several months I intended to write you—which for a while was delayd by my occupations...
That I did not thank you for your attention—in favouring me with the Proceedings and report of...