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    • post-Madison Presidency
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    • 1819-12-24


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Be pleased to accept my thanks for Your Kind present, of the two Guinea Fowls—this, is the first opportunity I have met with, to acknowledge the receipt of them I send you by the Bearer a few Fredericksburg Oysters —tho the quantity is small I trust the quality is Great . I have sent You Sir half of what I received, I wish I had more to present you with— RC ( MHi ); undated; addressed: “Thomas...
I sent you yesterday a Democratic Press containing a view of the Missouri Question. I shall send the Seal &c by M r Stack . I set out to Charleston on Tuesday. By this days post I Send you a pamphlet to amuse you. should any thing occur, pray write to me at Columbia . As I know not whe r I shall be hear here again, I shall leave a draught either in favour of M r
I thank you for the information given in yr. favor of the 4th. inst. wch. was recd. but a few days ago havg been missent to Norfolk. No apology was needed for such a step from your mercantile path. There are few professions to which a knowlege of what belongs to others may not be useful, or if not useful, ornamental; and the products of agriculture being among the most important subjects of...
Repeated and severe attacks of illness during the last 15. or 16. months have kept me unable to attend even to necessary business and equally so to maintain a correspondence with my friends. I would not otherwise have been so tardy in congratulating you on your safe return to your family and country, and in acknoleging your letters from Madrid and from sea . and indeed I have, in some degree,...