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Governor Brooke is this day elected the attorney for the commonwealth in place of Mr: Innes, and...
I inclose you a few seed of the Rutabaga, or Swedish winter turnep. This is the plant which the...
We have tried the drill with Lucerne seed, and found it shed a great deal too much, so that we...
This is not the long letter I intend to write in answer to yours of the 5th. Ult. That must await...
There is a spice of fanaticism in my nature upon two subjects—agriculture and republicanism,...
I have long owed you a letter, for which my conscience would not have let me rest in quiet but on...
Some time past, I inclosed you the pamphlet you wrote for—accepted of your commission to procure...
Your letter dated one month past, was delivered to me, as I was about to leave philadelphia, and...
On the 8th. or 9th. instant T. asked leave of absence of the Senate, and expressed seriously his...
In my new occupation of a farmer I find a good drilling machine indispensably necessary. I...