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As you are now retired from the important and dignified station of Chief magistrate of the United...
I received yesterday your friendly letter of the 28 th ult o in answer to a communication of...
In my last communication to you, I stated my intention of entering into astronomical calculations...
Some time since, I addressed a letter to you on the subject of a first meridian for the United...
I have received your esteemed favor of the 10 th inst t in answer to former letters of mine, and...
I inclose a table which has been constructed with great care to every 3 minutes of intermediate...
The last paragraph of your letter of the 10 th instant , respecting the conduct of a certain...
I acknowledge with sincere gratitude and respect, the receipt of your obliging note , inclosing a...
I have the honor to transmit herewith, two astronomical tables; one for computing the Moon’s...
I inclose two copies of the report of a select commit tee of Congress , and of several papers...
I wrote to you some time ago , and transmitted a printed copy of the report of a select committee...
Your letter of the 16 th instant , had been probably in the post-office in this city a few days...
I inclose for your acceptance, a printed copy of my answer to the Critical Reviewers of Boston ,...
The President of William and Mary college having lately sent me the result of your observations...
The observations relating to the solar eclipse of the 17 th September last , were made in this...
I have the honor to transmit an abstract of the calculation of the longitude of Monticello west...
The inclosed abstract of calculation relative to the longitude of Monticello from Greenwich by...
By a letter from M r John Garnett , Editor of the American impression of the Nautical Almanac, at...
I transmit to the American philosophical Society , an abstract of such calculations as I have...
The Secretary of State having early in the present month, reported to Congress on the subject of...
The reformation of the Julian calendar by pope Gregory XIII , in the year 1582, is so near the...