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Permit me to offer you my most sincere & affectionate congratulations on the recent election,...
The fear of intruding upon you at a time when you had not leisure, & the belief that you seldom...
I have delayed my reply to your favour of March 22d. in order to inform myself more fully...
I feel a considerable degree of embarrassment on the present occasion, but trust to your good...
I beg leave to recommend to you the Bearer, Mr. P. Kuhn Junr., a very amiable & worthy young...
I received the two french works which accompany this—viz A Plan of Public Education, & a Treatise...
I beg leave to trouble you with the inclosed for Captain Lewis , they do not include many points,...
Since my last , which inclosed a letter to Major Lewis, I have been informed that Monsieur...
I beg leave to inform you that Mr Hulings of New Orleans formerly lived in this City & appeared...
It has happened to me more than once, to feel great pain & regret while I was writing to you, on...
I sincerely regret the trouble I am obliged to give you, but the inclosed were directed by the...
I beg leave to present to you Mr Thos. Benger a native of Newfoundland who has resided many years...
I have the pleasure of informing you that I have received from Mr Livingston at Paris, the...
I beg leave to present to you two very respectable travellers who are now on their way to the...
I have the pleasure of inclosing Capt. Hand’s Receipt for the box Containing La Cepede’s work...
Permit me to make known to you my Brother, Thos. Wistar, who is one of a very worthy and...
I presented your letter respecting the Roman Coin to the Society, & was requested to assure you...
I beg leave to inform you that the College of Physicians of Philada. have sent by the mail which...
I sincerely regret my omission respecting the head of the Mammoth, not only an account of the...
I beg leave to inclose a letter addressed to Dr Goforth, & to request that you would be pleased...
I fear that I am doing wrong by writing to you upon a subject with which I am not acquainted, but...
Please to accept my Sincere thanks for your kind communication of Feby. 25 last. I assure you...
I assure you that I did not wait for a second invitation from you—The pleasure of Complying with...
If Congress should adjourn about the 25 Int. I am afraid that I shall not enjoy the pleasure of...
I am afraid that you will Consider me as having forgotten. my Engagements, & indeed you have too...
When I left Washington it was my intention to have written to you much sooner but I have...
Permit me to present to you the Bearer Mr. Isaac Roberdeau—The Son of the late Colo. Danl....
I did not expect any medical Gentleman to call upon me in the way you have Stated, & can only...
Permit me to present to you Mr. Edward Tilghman Junr. a merchant of this City, who has some...
The Bearer Mr. H. Toland Junr is a very interesting young Gentleman & Son of a very worthy...