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Polygraph for Mr. Volney $60.— The Polygraph at Washington & that at Monticella being 60$...
It has for some time past that I have promised myself the pleasure of paying you a Visit, yet the...
It is with reluctance that I offer a word in favor of any Person desireous of getting into...
I have just received yours of the 3d instant, and regret that it did not arrive sooner, as it is...
I presented to the Philosophical Society at their last setting, the drawing of the Antilope with...
Long oppressed under duty, respect and friendship, in having omited to write to you about the...
Your favor enclosing Ten Dollars; the payment for the additions to your small Polygraph I have...
The small Polygraph mentioned in my letter of the 13th. has now the Machinery to it and will...
The Bears I received today, in good health, and tomorrow we shall give them a more spacious Cage....
I sensibly feel for your privations and sufferings, and hope and beg that my corrispondance may...
Was I under a mistake in expecting the favor of your sitting at One O’clock this day? You will...
The enclosed pen-cases I flatter myself will be found very convenient, the slits are made longer...
I have received one hundred Dollars inclosed in your favor of the 12th. Instant, and with...
It was my intention in my last letter to have mentioned to you my equiescence in your retaining...
Puting some of the Machinery togather will complete the Polygraph you intend for Mr. Volney—It is...
Mr. Philip DePeyster writes me that John Lyle Esqr. is dead; that two Vessels, one in 24 days and...
I have just returned from the Country, where my young family was during the late fever, and found...
I send you a pr. of Pen-arms with Screws for the Movement of the Pen-tubes, and also springs...
The enclosed profiles I hope will be acceptable, the names were repeated to me by one of the...
The Polygraph you desire for Mr. Volney is in the hands of my Workmen, who are pleased in the...
The Polygraph intended for your Secretary and that for Mr. Volney were shippd yesterday, and the...
The bearer Mr. James Chalmers is desireous to enter into the Army. he is of a very respectable...
By tomorrows mail-stage I mean to send in one packing-case, two Polygraphs; one that you ordered...
It is my hope that I shall never do any thing, which will be disagreable to you. My father was a...
your Polygraph I received this afternoon, and it is now in the hands of the Workman, who will...
Mr. Hunter is returned from Kentucky and tells me that the account of the upper part of the Skull...
When I received your Polygraph, I repaired the springs, then made an essay to write with it,...
It is evident that many Persons who has had what is termed a classical Education, have so little...
It will be very interesting to see the Grisley-Bear brought to his full growth, one of the Skins...
Believing you would be pleased in knowing my success in a trip up the north river, by the...
I was desirous to made enquiry of the Merchant about the Packet which carried your Lamp &...
Your favor of the 12th. ult. enclosing the payment of Sixty Dollars for your small polygraph,...
with great reluctance I wrote my last letter to you, for I hold the military profession as the...
Your Model for a very small Polygraph is now before me, to give a proper answer on it, I must...
Your Polygraph is in the Schooner Charming Mary, Captn. Potter, now on his passage to Richmond—It...
Last June I received a Letter from you, respecting an exchange of the Subjects of Natural...
Yesterday General Proctor called on me with the enclosed Letter to make what use I pleased with...
Herewith I send your silver springs for your Pollygraph according to my promise in my last...
Your Polygraph will be put into the Mail Stage on tomorrow.   Desiring to make it as correct as...
Your small Polygraph sent by Mr. Hawkins I have at last received from New York. It is ingeniously...
It gives me pleasure to inform you that I am so far on my return to the Museum with the Bones...
It was my intention in this to have given you the particulars of expenditures for & to M r...
I have just received the enclosed Pamphlet with Letters from my Sons —they closed their...
I now write with your Polygraph by way of tryal, and find that it is absolutely necessary to hold...
The machinery to make your Inkpots moovable will be sent by tomorrows post, the only difficulty...
I have only time to inform you that the Polyh. is sent by this Mail Stage—that the Boxes for...
By the Mail Stage I have sent you two Polygraphs in one Box. The ease with which writing may be...
It is to be regreted that you had not sent sooner, when we might have sent you some of Coll....
Wishing to find some means of improving the Machinery of your Polygraph, I have since writing the...
Calling on a Watchmaker to day, he told me of a young man who is an excellent artist, that is now...