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Mr. Dallas, Mr. Duane and myself met to day, and after canvassing the most expedient method of...
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...
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...
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...
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...
Judge Cooper presents his respectful compliments to the President of the United States, and...
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...
I received your letter here on my return from the Court of Erors & Appeals at Philadelphia. I...
After four years perseverance I have succeeded in calling the attention of our State Legislature...
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...
On my coming from England in 1793 I brought with me a very good collection of minerals: the...
I acknowledge with many thanks your kind letter giving me an account of your application to Mr...
I return you many thanks for your package . Particularly for your Statement of the Batture case,...
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...
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...
I have not written to you for a long time, because I am aware of the burthen of your extensive...