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Such has been the hurry & bustle of the close of a session of Congress & of my departure, which...
Your letter of July 16. has been duly recieved, with the paper it inclosed, for which accept my...
Your favor of Aug. 17. arrived the day after I had left this place on a visit to one I have near...
I now return the translated sheets . you will find in them some pencilled words, chiefly...
Your 3 d packet is recieved before the 2 d had been returned. it is now inclosed , and the other...
I promised you, in a former letter , a short Proem to be prefixed to our book, which I now...
Th: Jefferson returns to Col o Duane the two packages which he supposes to be the last. he has...
I learn with sincere concern, from yours of the 15 th recieved by our last mail, the difficulties...
When I wrote you my letter of Mar. 28. I had great confidence that as much at least could have...
Your letter of the 5 th with the volume of Montesquieu accompanying it, came to hand in due time;...
I inclose you a pamphlet on a subject which has, I believe been little understood. I had expected...
Your favor of the 17 th ult came duly to hand; and I have to thank you for the military Manuals...
Your favor of Sep. 20. has been duly recieved, & I cannot but be gratified by the assurance it...
I do not know how the publication of the Review turned out in point of profit, whether gainfully...
Your favor of Feb. 14. has been duly recieved, and the MS of the Commentary on Montesquieu is...
Repeated enquiries fr on the part of Senator Tracy what has become of his book (the MS. I last...
The intercourse with France being now open, I expect every hour a letter from M. de Tutt Tracy ,...
Since my letter to you of the 3 d I have had occasion to make a remittance to mr Dufief...
On reciept of your letter of Aug. 11. informing me you could not undertake the publication of the...
I wrote to you on the 24 th of Nov. on the subject of mr Tracy ’s book. a mr Ticknor from...
I am sincerely concerned and mortified at the failure of the remittance I had supposed made to...