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As the fiercest Tyrant and the mildest philosopher possess equally the power of self-examination,...
If our friend as you say is writhing in a Fox trap those who as you say nibbled when I sent...
Our Lincoln is wreathing in the Fox-trap of pretended-Friends. And the desendants of those Same...
Having upon the 17th: written to your political Secretary of the Treasury What was then proper to...
Hoping to have, very speedily, an opportunity of testifying my Esteem of you, at your own house,...
§ From James Lovell. 27 January 1806, Boston. “I am honoured by your kind Close of the business...
When in August 1802 I first “spread myself with sincerity”, before your official Chain, as we are...
29 March 1805, Boston . “Your prompt communication to me of the 20th. of this month is in strict...
Letter not found. 20 March 1805 . Described in Lovell to JM, 29 Mar. 1805 , as dealing with...
Self Interest once forced me to intrude upon the busy moments of your Excellency, for the purpose...