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With this the Post Master General will do me the honor to present to you a Cane. The horn or tooth, apparently in its natural State, and without any garniture, was sent to me in Paris by a friend in London, who informed me that it was the horn of the Sea-Unicorn. There is a hole through its centre from which the marrow has evidently been extracted. At its upper or larger end, the aperture is...
Business and indisposition have prevented my sooner acknoleging the recipt of your letter of the 3d. instant, which came to hand on the 10th. mr Granger, before that, had sent here the very elegant ivory staff of which you wished my acceptance. the motives of your wish are honorable to me, and gratifying, as they evidence the approbation of my public conduct by a stranger who has not viewed it...