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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...
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,...
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...
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