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[ New York, November, 1800. The description of this letter in the dealer’s catalogue reads:...
Calling to day at Governor McKean’s, he was so good as to shew me part of letter from you...
Since my last I find that the office which was lately filled by Genl. Millar, is (if report be...
Your favor of the 2d. inst. is just now recieved. your former one had also come duly to hand, and...
I feel myself at present not in the act of asking a favour but of doing my Duty. A proper respect...
Desirous of cooperating with the chief Magistrate in his purpose to maintain the respectability...
Having finished all that I undertook, as my department of the Wyoming Controversy for...
Your favor of Oct. 25. was recieved in due time, and I thank you for the long extract you took...
I have received (yesterday) the kind letter you addressed to me in answer to mine from...
Dr Hunter on his return from Washington to Philadelphia told me that unknowing of my application...
Your favor of Mar. 21. was recieved here on the 4th. inst. the warrant to your son as midshipman...
It is with much regret I inform you of the decease of Dr. Joseph Priestley this morning at 11...
Before your Letter arrived Dr Priestley was dead: of which I informed you hastily on the same...
I have duly recieved your favors of the 6th. and 16th. and learnt the death of Dr. Priestly with...
Judge Cooper presents his respectful compliments to the President of the United States, and...
Th: Jefferson thanks Judge Cooper for the paper he has been so kind as to communicate to him. he...
I did not receive your reply to my note, untill my return from Philadelphia yesterday. I thank...
From some late circumstances, I have reason to believe that neither Mr Priestley’s directions nor...
Your favor of June 23. is recieved. I had not before learned that a life of Dr. Priestly had been...
I received your letter here on my return from the Court of Erors & Appeals at Philadelphia. I...
Your favor of the 9th. is recieved & with it the copy of Dr. Priestley’s Memoirs, for which I...
After four years perseverance I have succeeded in calling the attention of our State Legislature...
When I recieved your letter of the 16th. I thought I had not a copy of my Report on Measures,...
I have finished a brief account of what has been done on the subject of a Standard for weights...
I was extremely glad to see the result of the Meeting in Philadelphia in favour of the measures...
intended to have proceeded from hence to Was[hington] the place ere your departure, but I find I...