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My inclination to visit Philadelphia with Mr Correa which has been strengthened by every days...
I wrote to you from Richmond , soliciting a compliance with the promise which you were so kind as...
Your favor of Nov. 13. from Washington was brought by our last mail. that said to have been...
During the sickness which has confined me to my room a great part of the winter, and from which I...
I am sorry it is not in my power to furnish you any documents on the subject of the Louisiana...
I recieved , a few days ago, from mr Dupont , the inclosed MS. with permission to read it, and a...
I have delayed until now the acknowledgement of your favour of June 7 th inclosing the ‘ traité...
I owe many apologies both to you and to Mr Dupont for having delayed until now the translation of...
On my return from Bedford after an absence of seven weeks I find here your favor of Nov. 27. I...
I am penetrated with regret at the death of your illustrious friend, and I would fain call him...
On my return from Poplar Forest Sep. 11. I found here your favor of Aug. 18. already near a month...
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...
I thank you for the letter of mr Ticknor which I have thought myself justified in communicating...
It is never without self-reprehension that I make a request which can for a moment draw your mind...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 23 d and am sorry it is not in my power to give you the...
Mr William B. Page of Frederick has put into my hands as counsel a long record, from which I...
I recieved last night your favor of Nov. 29. the suit of mr Wayles’s exst v. Byrd’s...
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 thank you, dear Sir, for the communication of mr Correa’s letter affectionate to us all, which...
I inclose you a little treatise which I wrote in albemarle during my summer’s visit; on what is...
I thank you, very dear Sir, and cordially for your little treatise on Usury, which I have read...
Permit me dear Sir, to introduce to your acquaintance, Mr. Greenhow, a well informed young...
The belief is now become so general that the legislature will at the ensuing session dispose of...
You have made me a magnificent present in the newly found work of Cicero; and the more precious,...
I avail myself of the first moment of leisure, to answer your letter of the 23 d nov r which...
Agenda Garrett. Excha, on London 8000.D. advance to 6. 1500. Lackington letters from Ticknor?...
Know ye that the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, by virtue of the authority...
I have received both packets you forwarded. I arrived here this morning at 10 o’clock, and have...
The printer having disappointed me in getting ready, in time to send to you before your...
Within this hour, I have arrived at Liverpool, after a voyage of 26 days from New York to...
I wrote to you at Liverpool informing you of my arrival on the 6 th Hatton lying immediately in...
I left London for this place on the 22 d of June, immediately I had procured from Mr. Rush, the...
Doctor Parr (Samuel) was delighted with your letter, and received me with the greatest kindness....
It is now more than a fortnight since I arrived at the ancient capitol of Scotland. The first...
My last letters from Edinburgh gave you so gloomy an account of our prospects, that I hasten to...
I have given you so much bad news, that I determined to delay writing a few days, that I might...
This is to recommend to your favorable reception, D r Dunglison, our professor of anatomy. &c. I...
I have made only the following draughts on Gowan & Marx, on account of the University—none of the...
I have written to you but once since you left us, which was on the 5 th of June, and have duly...
I have just arrived in 35 days from Cowes, of Continuel tempest, emaciated to a shadow, not by...
I wrote you a few words yesterday merely to apprize you of my arrival. I am likely to be confined...
The pleasure which I recieved from the information of your letters of the 12 th & 13 th...
I wrote to you yesterday in answer to yours of the 12 th and 13 th and to-day I recieve your...
D r Blaettermann will arrive in the Trident, bound from London, to new York; & I wonder he is not...
By your letter of the 21 st to Col o T M Randolph I learnt with sincere regret that you were...
I observe from the paper, that both the Trident, & the Columbia (Liverpool packet) have just...
During my illness, which still confines me to my room, I have sounded Torrey, as to the...