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It was painful to hear that you had been so ill after arriving at Washington and astonishing that people tell you you have changed for the worse. This is not a thing to mortify you as you have been always superior to dependence upon mere looks but it has always struck me as a disagreeable and not infrequently an ill natured remark to tell people that they have changed for the worse. It is...
Your favor of the 30th Ult. covering three hundred & forty five dollars was duly received, and I now enclose the acknowledgment of Mr. Smith for the Money. As it was not indispensably necessary that the interest should be now paid upon more than one of your Notes, and as Mr. Cutts suggested to me that it would be convenient for you to make a different appropriation of a part of the Money, I...
I cannot but have appeared remiss in my acknolmts of the several lres with which you have favored me, but the obstructions have been insuperable much sickness the accident of a broken arm, weakness of body and octogenary intertitude. no letters are more welcome to me than yours, and none should I answer more cordially were my powers now equal to it. you have labored for us too much and too...
1 st section of the A supplement to the elements of Ideology on our means of obtaining knolege A Syllabus or Analytical view of the ensuing work. II d Section of the elements of Ideology, or a Treatise on the Will & it’s effects. Introduction Chap. 1. on society and it’s economy 2. on Production or the formation of our riches. 3. on the measure of usefulness, that is, it’s value or price 4. on...