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The terms of approbation with which you mention my Lecture and Museum , afford me much...
It gives me pleasure to inform you that I am so far on my return to the Museum with the Bones...
Believing you would be pleased in knowing my success in a trip up the north river, by the...
Your favour of the 29th. July I did not receive until I had reached the place of bones, when I...
The laborious, tho’ pleasing task of mounting the Mammoth Skeleton being done, gives me leisure...
The time is now fully arrived when it has become expedient to decide the fate of the Museum to...
Receive my assurances of obligation for the politeness and punctuality with which you have...
Your obliging letter wrote at the moment you were setting out for Monticello,—I sent to my Son...
The Bone from Mr Jno. Brown I have received to day, and great was my surprise to find it in form...
View of the Upper Part From the Suter H the center of the Head to root of the horn I 7 Inches...
View of the Back part that Joins the neck From A to B 2 feet 5 Inches. Circumference at C 21...
When I wrote last, the 10th. Ult., the head of a Common Ox then before me was so imperfect as to...
View of the back part of the Scull of the common Ox. MS ( DLC : TJ Papers, 124:21492); in Peale’s...
View of Bone from Kentucky, presented the American Philosophical Society. MS ( DLC : TJ Papers,...
MS ( DLC : TJ Papers, 124:21494); in Peale’s hand; his label on the larger angle in the diagram...
A Gentleman from Virginia lately viewing the Skeleton of the mammoth, told me that 9 miles from...
Mr. Hunter is returned from Kentucky and tells me that the account of the upper part of the Skull...
I have received letters from my Sons dated Octr 14th, about two weeks after they had opened their...
The Physiognotrace invented by Mr. Hawkins is made strong, because subject to be handled by all...
The enclosed essay on health is dressed to render it more worthy of your acceptance, and in this...
At last I have received Letters from my Sons in London—their neglect of writing, as I expected,...
After a long silence Rembrandt again communicates to me, dated London March 28th.—1803. “ The...
I have just received a letter from my Son Raphaelle at Norfolk, in which he says, a Doctr....
Yesterday General Proctor called on me with the enclosed Letter to make what use I pleased with...
I have just received the enclosed Pamphlet with Letters from my Sons —they closed their...
Such Instruments as we are daily in the habit of using should be made as perfect as possible, or...
Yours of the 27th. Ult. and 1st. Instant I have received.—A Polygraph with the alterations you...
Yours of 9th. Instant I received to day, and by the enclosed you will see that I have shiped two...
A french-man; an Indian trader from new Orleans, brought here in the sickly season last summer a...
Your drawings of a Polygraph I received in due time. It was my intention to have wrote, that you...
Yours of the 15th Instant received yesterday. The Cabinet work of your Polygraph is nearly...
Your Polygraph was nearly finished before I received your favor of the 21st. Instant, and your...
The Baron requests me to present his compliments that he will do himself the pleasure to wait on...
My Sons here are very desireous of having the outline of your profile taken in the size which the...
Making use of a Polygraph which is placed in the Room of my Sons Exhibition of the Skeleton of...
I Send enclosed a clumsey pen-case, the want of a clamp machine for making screws (which cannot...
My son Rembrandt now at Baltemore exhibiting his Skeleton of the Mammoth, writes me as follows....
Your Polygraph is in the Schooner Charming Mary, Captn. Potter, now on his passage to Richmond—It...
The enclosed pen-cases I flatter myself will be found very convenient, the slits are made longer...
This morning my son Rembrandt shewed me his invention of Pens to hold a greater quantity of Ink...
Inclosed are the spiral springs you desire in yours of the 19th. instant The loop is easily made...
Your letter of the 15th. also the Model I have received—and I doubt not by clamping the boards...
Several days I have been meditating to write and give you a description of Mr. Hawkins’s...
By the Mail Stage I have sent you two Polygraphs in one Box. The ease with which writing may be...
The Polygraph you desire for Mr. Volney is in the hands of my Workmen, who are pleased in the...
Puting some of the Machinery togather will complete the Polygraph you intend for Mr. Volney—It is...
Your Polygraph will be put into the Mail Stage on tomorrow.   Desiring to make it as correct as...
Polygraph for Mr. Volney $60.— The Polygraph at Washington & that at Monticella being 60$...
When I was writing the other day on the preservation of Furs, it was my intention to have...
I have just received yours of the 3d instant, and regret that it did not arrive sooner, as it is...