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The numerous, vindictve and malicious Aspersions that have appeared in our public papers to...
I feel a reluctance in addressing myself to you, which the knowledge of your character will...
The nature & importance of the Object of this Prospectus is the only apology I can offer, for an...
What do you think of y e times & c NB—the times are better y n yesterday or y e day before in y e...
Being retired, as you now are from the affairs of State, you doubtless have much time which you...
Your friend, who has been long silent, desires once more to address you. And, as it may be the...
You will not doubt the sincerity of the writer when he assures you, that he has been upon his...
The hope of giving you some information that my experience and pursuits in life enable me to...
John Polly is a crazy man and wants to see you very much, If you (or any body) who this should...
I have looked to your Library as a source from whence the late national loss might be nearly,...