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On the 5th. of last month I received your Letter dated on the first and have been in expectation of receiving the statement of your account promised in it, which has not yet arrived—It gives me great pleasure to learn that you are persevering by elevating your attention to the art of regular account keeping, and I cannot cease to exhorting you to master it throughly and to apply it...
On the 5th. of last month I received your letter dated on the first & have been in expectation of receiving the statement of your account promised in it which has not yet arrived. It gives me great pleasure to learn that you are perseveringly devoting your attention to the art of regular account-keeping & I can not erase exhorting you to master it thoroughly & to apply it unintermittingly to...
Mrs. Adams requests the Honor of Mrs Brooms Company at Tea on Tuesday the 3d of February and every alternate Tuesday during the Session of Congress when agreeable. MH : Charles Roberts Autograph Collection.
I recd. a few days ago a letter from Mr. Mclean P. M. G. inclosing an application from Mr. Wagner for permission to publish the Archives of the Revolutionary Congress: and conveying “your request of my advice” on the subject; it being supposed “that my acquaintance with Mr. W. would enable me to judge of his ability & integrity.[”] As I felt much respect for Mr. Mclean, and as he spoke...
I am favored with your two letters of Jan. 26. and 29. I am glad that yourself and the friends of the University are so well satisfied that the provisos amendatory of the University act are mere nullities. I had not been able to put out of my head the Algebraical equation which was among the first of my College lessons that a-a=0. yet I cheerfully arrange myself to your opinions. I did not...
I should have acknowledg’d the receipt of your Note covering the draft on Mr Peyton for tuition of your Grandsons for the Sess. ending 19 th Dec r 1824, but my occupations have not allow’d me a moments leisure. With this acknowledgment my thanks are due for your kind attention to my pressing necessity. Benj n & Lewis have commenc’d their course quite in earnest & are progressing happily in...