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When I dispatched the packet containing the papers of Mr Tracie, last week, it was in such a...
Your letter found me engaged with the papers relating to Mr Jefferson’s memoir. As I could not...
By a singular coincidence, just after your last note was recd. Elliott came into my office, from...
At the recommendation of Commodore Elliot, (a gentleman of great intelligence who knows all about...
When I came to make a copy of the report, I was stopped at the first step, by the want of a...
I have searched the papers here in vain, for the power of attorney; and it will be impossible to...
I owe you many apologies for so late an acknowledgment of your kind favor of the 2. inst.; but it...
My conscience has been reproaching me for some time past with my remissness towards you; and yet...
Private. A circumstance came to my knowledge the other day, which, as (according to the...
Mr Willard of Roxbury near Boston, who has come on to the University with the large clock of...