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It is long since I had the pleasure of writing to you or of receiving a Letter from you; yet there has not been a day when you have been absent from my mind and from my heart. I learnt with sorrow and great anxiety that you had been sick, and hope that you have entirely recovered. The accounts that I received of your proficiency were that you had improved in your standing with the Class, and...
By this day’s mail, I take the liberty of sending you a pamphlet on the policy that prevails in our intercourse with foreign nations —a policy which renders us hewers of wood and drawers of water to the manufacturing nations of Europe. We give the labour of 30, 40, or 50 farmers & or planters for that of one cotton manufacturer. The low price of the produce of the earth, & the glutted markets,...
Gen l Cocke will inform you that the cause of my failure to attend at the University on yesterday, was that I had not sufficiently recovered from the severe & tedious illness by which I have been unhappily visited. My convalescence is much slower than I expected, and is further prolonged by successive relapses. Some days past, I was taken with the ague & fever, which often follows in the rear...
I have tried your $1000 note at all three of the Banks, & not one of them would discount it, being obliged, they say, to curtail, of which you will soon receive a notice from the U.S. Bank, I understand—I return the note to you, under cover herewith. Your dft: favor Wolfe and Raphael, for $300, has been presented & paid. Not a Milton Boat is yet down, by which I can send your Current, Glass...