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Your sudden silence after the affectionate and unremitted attention you shewed during your dear Grandmothers illness and the total want of information since on the subject of the family in general has occasioned both your father and myself much uneasiness and we are counting the mails every day to meet fresh disappointment Your Fathers Messenger has just been and I flew down in the hope of...
I recieved safely the Edinburg reviews, and I now return them to be half bound in volumes. with them I send the 14: vol s which I had before, as also 29. vol s of other things, all to be bound according to the directions on the inclosed paper , and I will ask such dispatch as the solidity of the work admits. the box containing them now goes to the stage office at Charlottesville . It will be...
Edinburg Review. 30. vols. half bind with leather backs, common gilt, and lettered ‘Edinburg Review. 1802.3’ or ‘Edinburg Review. 1803’ E t c as may be seen on the 1 st 14. vols. but the vol. of Index must be lettered ‘Edinburg Review. 1812. Index.’ ╲✳ Analectic magazine. half 2. v. half bound, leather back. neatly gilt. lettered ‘Analectic magazine 1818’ but the 2 d vol. must wait be kept...
We heard in this city, a few weeks ago, that you were painfully indisposed; and I believe there was no one to whom this information gave more chagrin than to my self. I consider the prolongation of your vigor and life as devoutly to be wished not only on account of your personal merits, and past services to the country, but with a view to the great good which you may still effect. Not being...
I thank you, my good friend, for your excellent Swiss cheese. it is safely recieved, is very fine, and very acceptable, and the more so as a testimony of your good will towards me. my health is getting better slowly, but I do not venture out of the house yet. I salute you with affectionate friendship and sincere wishes for your prosperity PoC ( DLC ); on verso of reused address cover of Mathew...
I inclose you 4. letters lately recieved, which I suppose to be from your friends in Ireland , and which I hope may give you agreeable news from them. I return you also the papers which mr Dinsmore gave me from you, and I see, not without sensible regret, that our ideas of the mode of charging interest are very different. I never in my life paid a cent of compound interest; being principled...