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I received by the last mail, your letter , on the Subject of the Suit brought by Livingston ,...
I have availed myself of the first moment of leisure that occurred, to look into the question,...
It would have given me great pleasure, to have called on you, once more, before I left this...
A copy of Livingston’s declaration, accompanies this letter. You will recollect, that you...
I have postponed my answer to your letter, of the 7. Oct: under the expectation of receiving the...
Inclosed are copies of the pleas, proposed to be filed , in your Case. They were prepared by me,...
I have the pleasure to inform you that on monday last, the discussion of the question of...
I ought to ask your pardon, and I do ask it for having So long delayed to answer your last letter...
Your letter of the 12 th inst. , was received too late, to be answered by the last mail.— The...
You will receive, accompanying this letter, three packets, containing all the papers, mentioned...
Your letter of the 13 th and postscript of the 16 th inst: were received this morning.— M r...
You must have the goodness to excuse my failure, to answer your late letter on the Subject of...
I ought to ask your pardon and I do ask it, for not having returned long ago, the book which you...