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In our good old English language of Gratitude, I owe you and give you a thousand thanks, for...
I thank you for your kind Letter of the 21st, and for the three Magazines inclosed, of December...
Accept my Thanks for your Inaugural Oration. It would have been a great pleasure to me, to have...
My Thanks are due to you for your Inaugural Address of Decr. 11th. I rejoice that Such a...
Bernard, Hutchinson, Oliver, the Commissioners of the customs, and their Satellites had an...
Last night your Brother brought me your delicious Letter of 29th Octr. How do you know that Bees...
Thanks for your favour of the 14th. You urge me to explain the secret of Hutchinsons conduct. I...
I ought long ago to have acknowledged my obligation to you for the loan of Grim who has afforded...
Montezillo, in the Spanish language signifies “a little hill.” You will search for it in vain in...
What Temples Statues, Mausoloumes, pray, have you seen, that you cannot could pretend to...
Dr Morse having undertaken to continue Trumbul’s History: wrote urgently to me to assist him. I...
Thanks for your favour of Novbr. 13th. Of Lord Holland, I know nothing. I pity the people, I pity...
I have recd your Letter of 24th. of Decr. with the Pamphlet. I am Sorry to see in our American...
I have received “the Constitution of the Kentucky Society for promoting Agriculture” with your...
I thank you for your letter of 23rd Decbr. & your Register, which is the first I have ever seen....
I have received your Letter of the 26th. of December 1817 inclosing a Postnote upon the Branch...
Your kind Letter of the 26th. of Decr has given me more pleasure than it would be prudent or...
I have read your letter, and thank you for the Amusement it has afforded me. We in Massachusetts,...
I cannot say whether I ought to laugh, or cry, or scold, in reporting the trial of Michael Corbet...
I do declare that I can write Greek better than you do, though I cannot Say, So well as you can,...
Your Letter of the 29th of September has not been answered by me as it ought to have been. Your...
I have seen but one of your Papers. I know nothing of the Transactions in England or America. The...
Your kind letter of the 13th contains much truth, and nothing but the truth. I may return to it...
I beg leave to introduce to You Col. William Sumner; and to Mrs Madison, his Sister, Miss...
All our intelligent Travellers to Washington, I find have an ambition to See both the present,...
I beg leave to introduce to you Col: William Sumner, and to Mrs Madison his Sister Miss Elisabeth...
Your Letter dear Sir of Nov. 15 from Poplar Forrest was Sent to me from the Post Office the next...
Your Letter dear Sir of Nov. 15 from Poplar Forrest was Sent to me from the Post Office the next...
I return the Analysis of Dupuis with my thanks for the loan of it. It is but a feignt Miniature...
I return the Analysis of Dupuis with my thanks for the loan of it. It is but a faint Miniature of...