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Having heard from Mr. Binon the Sculptor, yesterday, that you had graciously expressed a wish to see a little drama of “The Yankey in England” by our departed friend. I have now the honor to enclose it to you, and present Doolittle to your mercy & indulgence, with the hope that he may now & then excite a smile in your countenance. I am peculiarly interested in poor Doolittle, from the...
Mr. Mathew Carey of this City did me the favor, this morning, to shew me an interesting letter from you to him, in which you suggest your inclination to promote the aim of any person who might undertake a Vindicia Americana. The misrepresentations made abroad, of this Country, particularly by the writers of Great Britain, have provoked me to engage in an enterprise of that nature; & with a...
Your favour of the 24th which has just come to hand—has given me so much uneasiness that nothing but the rainy Weather—and the uncertainty of finding you at Roxbury—should prevent me from taking my little Thomas with me in the Chaise—and driving to the Plains to see you—I am so interested in your Health that I shall not cease to be anxious till I hear from your own hand, that you are...
I yesterday received your highly complimentary Letter which of course gratified my affection very much. I will not say my vanity for I am by no means certain that your praise is merited; on the contrary I am almost always dissatisfied with my own Letters, which are always dictated by the impulse of the moment; very useless, and little or no attention paid either to language or style—In writing...
Our firm had the honor to write to you on the 17th instant. We now enclose, Invoice, bill of lading, and bills of parcels, of your goods, Amounting to £32..11..3 in the Constitution, Captn Joseph Seward, bound to Norfolk, consigned to Mr Butler Maury, with directions to forward them to the Care of Mr Stone in Fredericksburg: We enclose to Mr Bell, Copies of the Invoice, bill of lading, & bills...
La connoissance que j’ai faite avec M Ogilvie, qui a vecu en Amérique et qui parle avec enthusiasme des qualités éminentes qui vous distinguent, m’ayant procuré celle de M. Ticknor, M. Preston et M r Bevan, j’ai su, par ces Messieurs, que dans un comité dont vous êtes le President on s’occupe de l’exécution du projet d’établir un college en Virginie. J’en ai lu le rapport, je l’admire comme...