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On my coming from England in 1793 I brought with me a very good collection of minerals: the...
Col. Patten of the post office here, was so good as to hand me your obliging letter relating to...
The liberty I am now about to take, I take on reflection; persuaded that if I am mistaken in my...
I feel myself much indebted to your kindness in sending for the books mentioned in my letter. I...
I acknowledge with many thanks your kind letter giving me an account of your application to Mr...
About two years ago, I requested you to procure for me, by means of Gen. Armstrong, or Mr Warden,...
I return you many thanks for your package . Particularly for your Statement of the Batture case,...
I write to you briefly, because you have little time for long discussions. I understand some...
I received yesterday, the specimen of composition of the Congreve Rocket. I have not yet...
The trustees of the College here, can afford to purchase but the one half of my time. It is an...
I sent you about a twelve month ago, a copy of my edition of Justinian’s institutes , and another...
I am much obliged by your two Letters , and instructed by the legal suggestions they contain. I...
I say nothing about the affairs of Europe , for they are so clouded that no reasonable conjecture...
I am here on business for a few days with more leisure than I usually have, and sitting down to...
It appears to me desireable, that in an University, should be taught 1 Languages } antient....
Some time ago I promised the Editor of the Port folio a paper on education, but I neglected it...
I reply to your queries, as to the branches of science expedient to be taught in a university....
I send you remarks on your letter to Mr Carr: not much differing from the spirit and substance of...
I have carefully considered the plan of University education you se nt me . In addition to my...
Your nephew is much better, but far from well: an obstinate feverish tendency still oppresses...
¶ From Thomas Cooper. Letter not found. Ca. 22 December 1814. Enclosed in Cooper to Alexander J....
Your nephew will soon set out from this place, and probably not return. His Studies have been...
Mr. Cooper presents his respects to the President of the U. States & will have the honor to dine...
Mr. Dallas is dead. Gout, brought on by professional fatigue, attacking alternately his Kidneys,...