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I am penetrated with regret at the death of your illustrious friend, and I would fain call him...
I have now the honor to inclose you the subscription to the central college . I have set about...
I inclose this letter to Mr. Jefferson both because it is an injustice to Ticknor to deliver even...
It is never without self-reprehension that I make a request which can for a moment draw your mind...
Mr William B. Page of Frederick has put into my hands as counsel a long record, from which I...
The court of Appeals has given judgement in one of the usury cases [Taylor. v. Bruce] and I...
One of the last injunctions of our excellent & ever to be cherished friend Mr Corrêa, was, that I...
I have this moment received the farewell of Mr. Corrêa to Virginia, to you, and to us all. I...
I inclose you a little treatise which I wrote in albemarle during my summer’s visit; on what is...
Permit me dear Sir, to introduce to your acquaintance, Mr. Greenhow, a well informed young...