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I am to much of a Virginian, & to friendly to the great design on which thou art bestowing thy...
Thy Letter duly reached my family, & I have now the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of it. I...
To save the trouble, let thy clerk, or some young man say whether I can send thee a 3 dollar...
After 20 odd years of investigation as an operative Chemist, I have succeeded in demonstrating...
Permit me again to recall thy recollection to the poor old literary drudge, who has constantly...
I was duly favored with thy reply to my last Letter, as indeed, I have always been, by every...
Thy evening of life is an object of general concern, amongst all those who are attached to...
I take the liberty to enquire for thy health, & am anxious to learn if any of the seeds, with...
Although I have not any thing to communicate that might Seem to excuse this Letter, yet, being...
If, from more important duties, & reading of greater interest, thou canst spare time to read my...