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After a lapse of more than fourteen years, permit me most respectfully to enquire, how do you...
On my return after an absence of some weeks from home, I find here your favor of Aug. 27. and...
After a lapse of more than five years, permit me most respectfully to enquire, how do you enjoy...
I received yesterday your letter and communications of the 18th. instant. I have read them with a...
Pardon the liberty I take, after so great a lapse of time, to obtrude myself on your retirement,...
I have received your letter, and the documents with it. Unable from the failure of my sight to...
I learn with sincere sympathy the continuing disappmt of your hopes of public employment, and the...
Were it possible to increase the respect, veneration, & esteem which I have cherish’d for you,...
I learn with real grief from your favor of the 10 th that you are still unsuccesful in your...
The much lamented death of the venerable & worthy Mr Jefferson, in which event I most sincerely...