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I have duly recieved your letter of the 3 d proposing for my acceptance a book, on which you wish...
Since writing you on Friday last, I have had the pleasure of receiving a third recommendation to...
I take infinite pleasure in presenting you with a copy of a small work, entitled Garnetts...
I must beg to be excused from writing the prospectus for your edn of Thomas’s Co Littleton. I...
I at length am able to state to you that I am in possession of Thomas’s Digest of Coke and...
The copy of Baxter’s history which is in the Library of Congress cannot possibly be borrowed. it...
Before me I have your esteemed favour of the 11th inst.—Since you know of no other work smaller...
In answer to your letter of Nov. 29. I can say no more than I did to that of Jan. 26. 20. I know...
Three years ago, I had the pleasure of receiving from yourself a letter in answer to one from me,...
The state of my health permits me, but with pain, to write even the short acknolegement of a...