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Although I have not any thing to communicate that might Seem to excuse this Letter, yet, being...
Detained by some business, beyond the time that I assigned in my last, I think proper to inform...
The Essay which thou wast kind enough to wish to See in print, is commenced in this No., & I...
My Gazetteer of the State of New York being nearly out of press, I seize an occasion which my...
I was duly honored w a late date ; and as I am always happy to have thy health remains good, so I...
It is with sentiments of very great respect, but with extreme diffidence, that I offer to obtrude...
Thy favor of the 15. inst. , is duly received, & I hasten to send the book , by the Mail. I hope...
Thy evening of life is an object of general concern, amongst all those who are attached to...
The event which I expected, has terminated the life of my friend Dox , & vacated the office of...
Having sent thee my little pamphlet on Wheel-Carriages, & being anxious to have the principles of...