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I had the honor of addressing to you several letters which I fear have miscarried, as I have...
I take the liberty to offer for your perusal and amusement the enclosed effusion of...
Being recently elected a member of the Legislature of Connecticut, and feeling unwilling to...
It is with great diffidence that we make the communication, which forms the contents of this...
I presume I need offer no apology, for taking the liberty to communicate to the chief executive...
In your letter of the 15th. of July last, you was pleased to say, that “the number, nature, and...
It has been mentioned to me, that expectations of the removal of the Surveyor at Saybrook in this...
A few days since I had the pleasure of an interview with Mr Granger—He being acquainted with the...
Having been absent from home about two weeks, the letter which you did me the honor to write on...
I avail myself of the first moment to announce my arrival, with my associate (Mr Nicholas) at...
Being necessarily detained in this place a few days to prepare for the remaining part of my...
Several of my respectable fellow citizens, understanding there is still a vacancy in the...
I take the liberty to convey to you the enclosed Pamphlet .—It contains sentiments which I...
Accept my grateful acknowledgement of the letter which you did me the honor to write on the 10th....
A few days since, I was honored with your letter of April 10th. from Monticello, together with...
I should not presume to trouble you with concerns subordinate to the duties of your important...
After an uncommonly fatigueing and hazardous journey, of four months, I reached this place in...