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The season for my annual call for books and wines from France now recurring, I had desired my...
Your two letters of the 2 d and 18 th have been recieved in due time. mine of the 7 th had partly...
I have occasion to remit a sum of 400 Dollars to mr Thomas Appleton our Consul at Leghorn , and...
I have to acknolege the receipt of your favors of Jan. 22. & Feb. 12. with expressions of my deep...
I now renew to you my annual trob trouble for supplies of books and wines from Paris , Marseilles...
The 4 th of exchange for M r Appleton recieved in yours of May 14. happened to be overlooked by...
I recieved last night your favor of Sep. 26. with the inclosed for mr Correa . he & D r Cooper...
I recieved yesterday from mr Appleton of Leghorn a letter of Aug. 26. in which he says ‘ your...
The season for procuring from Europe my annual supplies of books & wines being now come round, I...
Your letters of May 24. 27. & June 19. have been recieved in due time: and in the last came...
I learned but lately the death of my friend Cathalan of Marseilles, and I think he had no partner...
We have in our employ at the University two Italian sculptors, whom we imported the last spring...
I know your love of science, and therefore set you down as one of the patrons and well wishers of...
I yesterday took the liberty of inclosing a draft for 400.D. with a request to remit it to mr...
By a letter from Doctor Cooper of the 10 th ult. from Columbia he desires me to communicate to...
Two days after after mine of the 8 th your’s of the 3 d came to hand. that will have informed you...
D r Cooper was so kind the last autumn as to get a seal engraved for our University by mr Robert...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 16 th with the seal safe. I would indeed much rather have...
I informed you some time ago that I should desire mr Gibson to remit you a sum of about 650.D. to...
I have a great desire to send to mr Botta of Paris a copy of his best of all our histories of the...
Your favor of Mar. 24. was recieved on the 31 st the acquaintance I had the pleasure of forming...
The revolving year brings with it my annual tax on your goodness, I write this day to cap t...
I wrote you two letters yesterday, the one direct, the other thro’ Cap t Peyton. after sending...
The season is come for paying you my respects of annual trouble. I have occasion to remit to mess...
I recieved yesterday your favor of June 24. and I now inclose you two copies of my letter to...
Your favor of Oct. 31. is just recieved. certainly no service which I can ever render to any...
Since my lre of Nov. 10. I have learnt that a new reguln has been adopted in the Navy deptmt, by...
In May or June 1821. you were so kind as to remit for me in mr Girards bills 200.D. to Dodge of...
The copy of the catalogue of the Society’s library which you were so kind as to send me, came...
Col o Bernard Peyton, the bearer of this letter is my friend and Correspondent of Richmond, where...