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Since I have understood the oppressive extent of your Correspondence, I have felt the greatest...
Permit me to present to you the Bearer D r Stevenson , a very interesting young gentleman of New...
Statement of facts tending to prove the contagious nature of the yellow fever, at Germantown , in...
The Bearer M r Otis is an Artist of rising Character who has been settled in Philad a Several...
My last letter was So long & multifarious that M r Correa would Say it was “ de Omnibus Rebus, &...
If I were not Conscious of the fact I should not think it possible to defer So long any thing...
I believe that I have never been So much in arrears in my epistolary account with you & certainly...
In a day or two I shall reply to your very interesting letter . The object of this note is to...
After a long interval I have great pleasure in writing to you on the present occasion. The...
22 April 1813. “Doctor Saml. Conover of this City having been mentioned to you as a Candidate for...
Some of the friends of M r Timothy Matlack who is an applicant for the place of Loan Officer...
The Bearer Mr. H. Toland Junr is a very interesting young Gentleman & Son of a very worthy...
Mr. J. Otto who will have the honour of presenting this, is the Gentleman whom you favoured with...
Permit me to present to you Mr. Edward Tilghman Junr. a merchant of this City, who has some...
Permit me to present to you the Bearer Mr. Isaac Roberdeau—The Son of the late Colo. Danl....
I did not expect any medical Gentleman to call upon me in the way you have Stated, & can only...
When I left Washington it was my intention to have written to you much sooner but I have...
I am afraid that you will Consider me as having forgotten. my Engagements, & indeed you have too...
If Congress should adjourn about the 25 Int. I am afraid that I shall not enjoy the pleasure of...
I assure you that I did not wait for a second invitation from you—The pleasure of Complying with...
It is with great regret that I trespass upon your valuable time, but I cannot well avoid it in...
Please to accept my Sincere thanks for your kind communication of Feby. 25 last. I assure you...
I fear that I am doing wrong by writing to you upon a subject with which I am not acquainted, but...
I beg leave to inclose a letter addressed to Dr Goforth, & to request that you would be pleased...
I sincerely regret my omission respecting the head of the Mammoth, not only an account of the...
I beg leave to inform you that the College of Physicians of Philada. have sent by the mail which...
I presented your letter respecting the Roman Coin to the Society, & was requested to assure you...
Permit me to make known to you my Brother, Thos. Wistar, who is one of a very worthy and...
I have the pleasure of inclosing Capt. Hand’s Receipt for the box Containing La Cepede’s work...
I beg leave to present to you two very respectable travellers who are now on their way to the...
I have the pleasure of informing you that I have received from Mr Livingston at Paris, the...
I beg leave to present to you Mr Thos. Benger a native of Newfoundland who has resided many years...
I sincerely regret the trouble I am obliged to give you, but the inclosed were directed by the...
It has happened to me more than once, to feel great pain & regret while I was writing to you, on...
I beg leave to inform you that Mr Hulings of New Orleans formerly lived in this City & appeared...
Since my last , which inclosed a letter to Major Lewis, I have been informed that Monsieur...
I beg leave to trouble you with the inclosed for Captain Lewis , they do not include many points,...
I received the two french works which accompany this—viz A Plan of Public Education, & a Treatise...
I beg leave to recommend to you the Bearer, Mr. P. Kuhn Junr., a very amiable & worthy young...
I feel a considerable degree of embarrassment on the present occasion, but trust to your good...
I have delayed my reply to your favour of March 22d. in order to inform myself more fully...
The fear of intruding upon you at a time when you had not leisure, & the belief that you seldom...
Letter not found. 15 October 1801. Calendared as a three-page letter in the lists probably made...
Permit me to offer you my most sincere & affectionate congratulations on the recent election,...
I should have replied sooner to your favour of Feby. 3d. but I did not wish to intrude upon you...
I am not certain that you will have leisure to attend to the subject which follows, but the...
The unceasing calls of my profession have accasioned me to postpone my answer to your esteemed...
At a meeting of the Committee appointed by the American Philosophical Society for the purpose of...