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While I was prepareing to send to the Post office a letter to you, written on the 12th. I...
I have received with kindness and thank fullness, your learned work upon the Constitution—I have...
During a long illness, from which I am not yet recovered, the reveries which usually amuse sick...
Yours of the 3 d came to hand duly. soon after that you would recieve mine of the same date,...
Your favor of the 24 th came to hand on the 19 th Inst, but I have not been able to See my...
I am constrained to write you this letter, by having seen in the news papers an extract of a...
When I first wrote to you on the private subject, I supposed that Col o Nicholas had left at...
My grandson lately returned from Warren where he had explanations on the subject of your letters,...
I am just returned from my other home in Bedford where I pass much of my time. on consulting with...
Nothing can be better, nor more conformable to my wishes, than the mode you mention of learning...
Your favor of Feb. 25. was recieved the last night only, having been 16. days on it’s passage. I...
I recieved three days ago your favor of the 3 d with it’s benevolent proposition respecting our...
I hope you will excuse the liberty I am about to take, when I assure you that I have no other...
I am requested by Mr. Elkanah Watson of Albany to forward to each of the Presidents of...
The painful difficulty of holding a pen which has been—growing upon me for many years & now in...
I am sorry you terminated your strictures upon my Enquiry because it is probable that I may...
Yours of the 10 th is recieved, and I have to acknolege a copious supply of the turnep seed...
A bad state of health, the diagnostick of which evidently is, that I must ’ere long shake hands...
On my return from a long journey, and considerable absence from home, I found here the copy of...
A few Words more concerning the Characters of litterary Men. What Sort of Men have had the...
The Correction in your favour of the 10th is exact. I pray you to restore No. 24 to its place No....
I drop you a line to apprise you of an error in numbering your letters. Numbers 23 & 25 have been...
That the first Want of Man is his Dinner, and the second his Girl, were truths well known to...
You remember I have reserved a right of employing twenty years to answer your Book, because you...
Suppose Congress Should at one Vote, or by one Act, declare all the Negroes in the United States,...
“Knowledge” you Say invented Alienation, and became the natural Enemy of Aristocracy. This...
Give me leave to add a few Words, on this Topick. I remember the Time when three Gentlemen,...
In page 10. You Say, “Mr Adams, has omitted a Cause of Aristocracy in the quotation, which he...
A Word or two more upon Birth. 10thly. Birth is naturally and necessarily, and inevitably So...
I am Still upon Birth and my Seventh Argument is. 7. It was a Custom among the Greeks and Romans;...