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Dire necesity Obliges y me to R r equest of you the Loan of three thowsand Dollars to inable me...
I find there is to be a “physician” general of the arm. of the U. States —I have the vanity to...
20 May 1810, Philadelphia. Has initiated at his personal expense a scientific expedition into the...
I have, at this time, in the press a new edition of my work on the Dialects of the American...
I acknowledge, with many thanks, the receipt of your package , which came safe to-day. The...
As you take much interest in the knowledge of every thing relative to the american Mammouth, and...
I have received your kind letter , with the seeds & M r Vater’s book . I beg you to accept of my...
I return one of the vols. of Persoon . The other shall follow in a few days. I greatly regret the...
20 April 1813, Philadelphia. “By the death of Dr. Rush, there is a vacancy in the Mint. I had for...
Doct r Barton , my friend, proposing, for the benefit of his health, a voyage across the Atlantic...
30 January 1810, Philadelphia. Introduces his nephew, W. P. C. Barton, who holds a naval...
In a b about 3 weeks, perhaps less, I shall sail for Europe . I shall visit France ; the borders...
This will be handed to you by Judge Woodward , whose great merits, in various respects, are not...
M r Oemler , of Georgia , a very intelligent gentleman, who has devoted much attention to the...
26 April 1811, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. “Having the honour of being known to You, and being...
I was duly favoured with yours of the 30 th of June , and acknowledge myself much indebted to You...
§ From William Barton. 6 June 1814, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. “I take the liberty of enclosing,...
In consequence of your polite and liberal attention to my “Memoirs” of the Life of the late D r...
It was in vain that till now I flattered myself with the illusion of having the honour of Coming...
Having had the honor to recive a Lettre of introduction to yuor protection, as a son of the Late...
Your Kind Letter was sent to me at Richmond where I was gone with my guardian M r M c Candlish ,...
Its with truly sentiments of gratitude that I Knowledge your must graciuse lettre annexd with the...
With the aid and assistance of Divinity and in the Reign of our Sovereign, the asylum of the...
I am impressed with the belief that in your state of health it will be more convenient to receive...
Your letter of the 17 th ul t has been received and the answering of it thus long delaid. to...
You are apprised of the sensability excited amongst all the officers of the grade of masters...
I was peculiarly anxious to have communicated freely with you before I left Washington relative...
I presume I shall be acquited by you of acting any inconsistant part in bringing to your view...
At the instance of the Honorable Stephen Van Rensselaer and several individuals of the New York...
23 November 1809, Secretary’s Office, St. Louis. Encloses an address requesting the appointment...
28 November 1810, Louisiana, St. Louis. Expresses gratitude for the confidence JM has shown in...
16 August 1811, White Sulphur Springs. “On my way to this place, I call’d on Mr Gooch … to get a...
Having heard your praises sounded by every tongue since I have been in this place I am induced to...
Your favour of the 16 th ult I have received, you express a wish “to Know in what my machine...
In conformity to Your desire I have availed myself of the most fit occasion which has presented...
We understand that Mr. Robert Trimble is willing to accept of the office of District Judge for...
§ From Thomas M. Bayly. 11 June 1814, Accomack. “Lieutenant George D. Wise on his way to the...
§ From Reasin Beall. 21 December 1813, Washington. “This day in conjunction with Mr. Colwell, I...
Observing that the Office of Accountant for the Department of War, has become vacant, by the...
§ From James Caldwell and Reasin Beall. 21 December 1813, Washington. “We take the liberty of...
4 January 1810, Newport, New Hampshire. Blames the distress of his present situation on his...
9 May 1812, Franklin County, Tennessee. Under the terms of the act “authorising the raising of...
In a letter which I addressed to the Secretary of State a few days ago I stated that I had...
I am now before you, and as I understand among a number of others, an applicant for the Consulate...
Understanding that Mr. Robert Trimble, of Bourbon county, in this State, is desirous of obtaining...
A number of the Inhabitants of this Parish, having assembled, to commemorate as well the...
Nothing should have prevented me from addressing either M r Jefferson , or yourself—on the...
Depuis 10 années que je m’occupe de recherches sur la Nature, je suis parvenu à faire une ample...
Conformement à la lettre que Votre Seigneurie prit la peine de m’écrire en date du 6 février, de...
Je suis pres-qu’à la veille de mettre sous presse l’ouvrage dont il est question dans le...