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At the request of the author; I have the honour of transmitting to you, for your kind acceptance,...
The enclosed letter is from one of my best & worthiest friends. He is the Cashier of the Bank of...
I by no means wish to trespass upon your time even for five minutes; but if there is any subject...
I am compelled, from necessity, to resort to London for my re Portraits . M r Edwin , on whom my...
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I received , duly, your very obliging favour with an accompanying recommendation of the...
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I hope you m a y be pleased with the 3 d half vol. of the Repository which I this day send to...
This is the third time I have had the honor of addressing you within a few days. My first...
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I have been favoured with your very obliging and satisfactory letter respecting the portraits of...
I had the pleasure, a few weeks ago, of sending to you , the second half volume of the...
I am preparing for the Repository, the life of the late illustrious Samuel Adams . I received...
The demise of the Register of the Land Office for the District of Cincinnati, having very...
I have commenced the publication of a series of engraved portraits of the eminent men of our...
I had the honour, some considerable since, of sending to you, for your kind acceptance, in the...
I took the liberty a few days ago of writing to you on the subject of two pictures which Doctor...
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I have just had the honour of receiving your obliging & kind favour of the 20: instant .— I...
I duly received your favour of the 28 h of August , enclosing your outline of the engraved...
Since I took the liberty of writing to you respecting the portraits of Columbus & Americus...
I have taken the liberty of writing to you several times lately, & have not been favoured with a...
I had the pleasure of writing to you few days ago, & enclosed a prospectus of the Picture of the...
We take the liberty of soliciting your name as a subscriber to the Edinburgh Encyclopaedia. This...
Upwards of a week ago your R N o of the Repository was sent by the Mail. I shall be glad to hear,...
I have taken the liberty of enclosing the last edition of the prospectus of my work. By it you...
A few days ago I took the liberty of requesting your opinion respecting a subject in relation to...
I had the honour of duly receiving your obliging favour of the 9 th of February last . You have...
I have been favoured with your obliging letter of the 9 th instant , accompanied by another to M...