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