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It is with sentiments of very great respect, but with extreme diffidence, that I offer to obtrude...
I am perfectly sensible that my acknowledgement of the due receipt of thy Letter of May 14, 1809...
Could I make thee fully sensible of the sentiments of esteem, & a regard almost reverential, with...
My Gazetteer of the State of New York being nearly out of press, I seize an occasion which my...
Thy favor of the 15. inst. , is duly received, & I hasten to send the book , by the Mail. I hope...
I was duly favored with thy obliging favor of last autumn , & immediately sent the Gazetteer as...
I am so frequently asked, ‘how does President Jefferson like the Gazetteer ,’ or ‘what does he...
Highly as I appreciate the favor of thy friendly regards, I can but feel mortified at the length...
Thy very interesting Letter of the 17th instant came duly to hand, & will form a kind of guide to...
Detained by some business, beyond the time that I assigned in my last, I think proper to inform...
Events that have occurred since I last had the pleasure to write thee , have made it probable...
At length I have arrived in this city, exhausted with fatigue, having been travelling near 5...
I was duly honored w a late date ; and as I am always happy to have thy health remains good, so I...
I send, herewith, the little pamphlet I mentioned in my Letter a few days since . I am in hopes...
Could be apprized how often the enquiry is made, & “what does M r Jefferson think of your...
Having sent thee my little pamphlet on Wheel-Carriages, & being anxious to have the principles of...
My attention is called, by an old man of about 70 years, to a wish of his that 2 volumes of his...
The work of Dr. Williams , of which I spoke , is a Second edition of that which thou hast seen,...
I embrace every opportunity for presenting my respects, constantly wishing thee all possible...
A few weeks of ill health have confined me to the house, & prevented my correcting the proofs for...
The event which I expected, has terminated the life of my friend Dox , & vacated the office of...
I enclose to thee a long Paper, which I wish to have thee read, & to favor me with thy...
I am very thankful for thy attention, nor was it yet too late ‘ to be useful to me,’ nor is it...
After a long delay, occasioned by adverse events, I Send thee, by this day’s mail , another No....
The Essay which thou wast kind enough to wish to See in print, is commenced in this No., & I...
I am obliged by thy kind attention. Thy Letter of Dec. 20 , was duly received, & I shall avail...
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...