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I set out the first of next week on the journey to the South in execution of a State commission...
I was going to trouble you with a letter on the subject of a continuation of the remarks on the...
I take the liberty of sending to you the only copy entire , which I possess of the Discourse I...
Though I had no personal views whatever in proposing the Resolve which I had the honor to...
An indisposition which has considerably impeded my movements for a few weeks past, has prevented...
I write to return my thanks for your kind answer to my letter respecting the biography of James...
I asked my Father the evening before I left town on a visit here, if he had written to you as I...
Having understood that Dr. Townsend whose wife was formerly intimate in the Otis family might...
You will have been informed before this letter reaches you of the bereavement that has happened...
I have found since I had the honour of writing to you last, a book among my Fathers papers...