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In the lifetime of mr Rittenhouse I communicated to him the description of the mouldboard of a...
I am much obliged by your letter of yesterday. tho’ I possess Emerson’s fluxions at home, & it...
I return you Emerson with thanks. it has suggested a qualification of the expression in my letter...
The annual period for electing a President of the American Philosophical society being now...
I recieved your favor by mr Engles . the place desired for him is not given by commission from...
Your favor of the 12th. is duly recieved. mr Barnes will write by the present post to his friend...
The inclosed is merely the letter of form communicating the paper it covers to the society. but I...
I am now able to inform you, tho’ I must do it confidentially, that we are at length likely to...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 18th. with Doctr. Moore’s letter inclosed. by a mistake of...
The bearer hereof mr Cosa is an Italian Physico-mechanic. he employs himself chiefly in...
I have learnt indirectly that mr Boudinot will shortly resign the office of Director of the mint....
Having now recieved notice from mr Boudinot that he resigns his office as Director of the mint,...
The failure to send your commission has been an act of forgetfulness of my own, as it should have...
When Capt Lewis’s mission was under contemplation, and it’s principal object the obtaining a...
A pressure of business has put it out of my power sooner to answer your letter of the 14th. I...
Your favor of the 14th. was recieved last night. as to the salaries at the mint which are to be...
I thank you for the Nautical almanacs, and for the two small tracts sent me since. it is only...
I am obliged to return you the inclosed with a request to send me duplicates of them; because I...
I have duly recieved your letter of the 25th. proposing the appointment of an Assistant engraver...
Two men have been taken up in Kentucky and are confined, on suspicion, merely because they cannot...
This will be handed you by my grandson Th: Jefferson Randolph, who goes to Philadelphia to attend...
To the best of my recollection, Dr. Barton, Doctr. Wistar and yourself are the Vicepresidents of...
At the request of mr Warden I transmit to the A. Philosophical society an Analysis of tobacco by...
M r Lambert does not, in the inclosed letter , say precisely that he meant it as a communication...
I had thought that the copies of the Nautical Almanac which you had been so kind as to furnish me...
Your favor of the 12 th is recieved and also the Nautical Almanacs for 1811. 12. for which accept...
The inclosed work came to me without a scrip of a pen other than what you see in the title page....
Your favor of Sep. 23. came to hand in due time, and I thank you for the Nautical almanac it...
I write this letter separate, because you may perhaps think something in the other of the same...
It is long since any occasion presented itself of addressing a letter to you. I avail myself with...
I send you another paper from our indefatigable calculator William Lambert . I do not know...
After an absence of five weeks at a distant possession of mine to which I pay such visits three...
Your favor of Mar. 15 is duly received. I think the time-piece should not be risked until our...
The inclosed paper came to my hand for communication to the Philosophical society as you will...
Th: Jefferson incloses to D r Patterson a paper from M r Lambert proposing a correction of the...
I have heretofore confided to you my wishes to retire from the chair of the Philosophical society...
A long absence from home must apologise for my delay in acknoleging your favor of Aug. 25. and...
Of the last 5 months, I have passed 4. at a possession I have 90. or 100. miles S.W. from this....
Your favor of Dec. 13. came to hand but two days ago. nothing could be so desirable to me as to...
I have long had a disabled telescope which cannot be repaired nearer than Philadelphia , and I...
Your favor of Jan. 23. was recieved the day before yesterday, and I was quite mortified to learn...
I thank you, dear Sir, for your book of Arithmetic. it happens, by the division into two parts to...
Th: Jefferson takes the liberty of putting his letter and remittance to mr Davenport under the...
This letter will be handed to you by mr H. B. Trist, son of a gentleman of the same name a native...
There is a periodical work published at Paris, entitled la Revue encyclopedique, of which M....
The Baron de Ferrusac of Paris (not otherwise known to me) has sent me the inclosed letter and...