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You have been the most punctual correspondent that I ever had except your Brother—but for four...
I can not refrain from addressing a few congratulatory lines, on the occasion of your Son, being...
Permit me the honor of presenting You with the Inclosed Speach, as a Specimen of my Bar-talents,...
The officers & Members of the Boston artillery Co. congratulate you & your family on the event...
After revolving upon some suitable apology for intruding myself with the following statement and...
Emboldened by a remark contained in one of your letters to the late Hon. Judge Tudor, I have...
Pardon the liberty I take in addressing You a Gentn. with whome I have not the honour of a...
Your account of the Death and Character of General R. G. Harper gave me a great deal of pain, he...
I have duly recieved the favor of your invitation of the 12 th inst. to join you on the...
Jany 22 The ettiquette question will soon be put down as the fathers of the Nation now decline...
Your father yesterday performed his part to admiration and there was as much general satisfaction...
By the Mail, next to the one which brought me a Letter from Mr. Duane, I transmitted a copy of it...
Your Goodness will pardon the Liberty I take in Troubling you at this Time when I inform you that...
Permit me to ask your acceptance of the enclosed Register. It contains the Constitution of...