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I thank you for your favor of April 8th. & especially for the pamphlet inclosed with it. I have read it with great pleasure, as a masterly refutation of its antagonist, in the style & manner of a gentleman, & seasoned with no more than was useful and agreeable of attick salt. Happy am I to find such just sentiments countenanced encouraged & prevailing in the North Western territory—Although...
I thank you for your favor of April 8th, and especially for the pamphlet inclosed with it. I have read it with great pleasure, as a masterly refutation of its antagonist, in the style and manner of a gentleman, and seasoned with no more than was useful and agreeable of attic salt. Happy am I to find such just sentiments countenanced, encouraged, and prevailing in the North-western Territory....
I received but two or three days ago your favor of the 30th of July, inclosing an address of the officers & privates of a troop of horse, organised & equipped at Cincinnati. I perceive with joy & pride a spirit of patriotism & a degree of unanimity prevailing in our country, which annuente numine cannot fail to insure its safety & secure its prosperity. I thank you, Sir, for the obliging part...
I have received your favor of the 20th of this month, and thank you for your obliging Compliments, on my succeeding to the Executive Branch of Government. While I regret your affliction with the Gout, I congratulate you on your perfect prospect of recovery from its pains, and their consequences, and hope that in a short time, your health will be so fully established as to enable you to go...