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The public papers, my dear friend, announce the fatal event of which your letter of Oct. 20. had...
About a week before I recieved your favor of Dec. 30. the 22 d N o of the North American review...
I am indebted to you for mr Bowditch’s very learned mathematical papers, the calculations of...
your letter of Apr. 2. was recieved in due time, and I have used the permission it gave me of...
I am in debt to you for your letters of May 21. 27. & June 22. the first delivered me by mr...
Three long and dangerous illnesses within the last 12. months must apologise for my long silence...
I have to acknolege the reciept of your favor of Nov. 23. the banks, bankrupt law, manufactures,...
A continuation of poor health makes me an irregular correspondent. I am therefore your debtor for...
I am a great defaulter, my dear Sir, in our correspondence, but prostrate health rarely permits...
I was quite rejoiced, dear Sir, to see that you had health & spirits enough to take part in the...
I am just returned from my other home, and shall within a week go back to it for the rest of the...
It is very long, my dear Sir, since I have written to you. my dislocated wrist is now become so...
Your kind letter of the 11 th has given me great satisfaction for altho’ I could not doubt but...
I have racked my memory, and ransacked my papers to enable myself to answer the enquiries of your...
I recieved in due time your two favors of Dec. 2. & Feb. 10. and have to acknolege for the ladies...
The wishes expressed, in your last favor, that I may continue in life and health until I become a...
Your letter of Aug. 15. was recieved in due time, and with the welcome of every thing which comes...
I do not write with the ease which your letter of Sep. 18. supposes. crippled wrists and fingers...
My friend and correspondent of Richmond, Col o Bernard Peyton will have the honor of delivering...
I have duly recieved the favor of your invitation of the 12 th inst. to join you on the...
It is long since I have written to you. this proceeds from the difficulty of writing with my...
The people of Europe seem still to think that America is a mere garden plat, and that whatever is...
Your letters are always welcome, the last more than all others, it’s subject being one of the...
My grandson Th: Jefferson Randolph, being on a visit to Boston, would think he had seen nothing...