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This will be handed you by my son in law, mr Randolph with the integrity & honor of whose...
I thank you for the contents of your basket and was just about writing to you when your boy came....
While here, & much confined to the house by my rheumatism, I have amused myself with calculating...
The bearer comes to beg some Asparagus, and if you have no better project for the day, to come...
I go certainly tomorrow, wind & weather permitting, and both have abated considerably. I promised...
I think that on my recommending Tacitus to master Cyrus , you said you did not possess him, and...
Our spinning machine is in operation, and a piece of cloth is begun with the flying shuttle,...
Learning that mr Forber , one of those who have erected carding machines for us, was in the...
I informed you on the 28 th Ult. by letter that I had according to your request engaged mr Forber...
I propose to set out tomorrow if ready, or certainly next day, and therefore send the bearer for...