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I enclose, herewith; a Small Novel, of which I ask thy acceptance. It is the first thing of the...
If, from more important duties, & reading of greater interest, thou canst spare time to read my...
Although I have not any thing to communicate that might Seem to excuse this Letter, yet, being...
I take the liberty to enquire for thy health, & am anxious to learn if any of the seeds, with...
Your favor of May 29. came to hand 2. days ago. age and a stiffening wrist render writing slow...
Thy evening of life is an object of general concern, amongst all those who are attached to...
The interest on the late derangement of my health which was so kindly expressed by many, could...
I was duly favored with thy reply to my last Letter, as indeed, I have always been, by every...
Permit me again to recall thy recollection to the poor old literary drudge, who has constantly...
I duly recieved your favor of Feb. 28. and take a friendly interest in the good and the evil...