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I enclose you N o 1 & N o 2 of Annals of Generosity, & c of which I request your acceptance. I am in want of materials for this little work. If you can supply me with any, I shall regard to as a favour. MHi .
I take the liberty to enclose you six copies of the first number of a set of papers, which I have commenced. Should you find it convenient, to furnish any matter to support the plan, it will be thankfully rec d by MHi .
I enclose two copies of a new set of papers of which I request your acceptance. Phi MHi .
I take the liberty to enclose three copies of the first Number of a Set of papers, the design of which, I presume, you can scarcely fail to approve. Should you be able to favour me with any communications towards continuing the plan, I shall be thankful. MHi .
You will excuse, I hope, the liberty I take in requesting information, of some importance in a discussion in which I am engaged. Can you inform me what was the situation of the people of Virginia, & the other southern states, respecting their engagements to the merchants of Great Britain previous to the Revolution ? Were they not, generally, deeply in debt? Was not the balance as generally...
An apology is due for the delay of an answer to your favour of the 19 th inst. (post marked 23 d ) covering ten Dollars, which was rec d on the 26 th — The new American Edition of Sinclair’s code is not yet, we believe, published. At all events, we have not rec d any information of its appearance. As soon as it appears, it shall be forwarded. Banter’s history cannot be procured. The price of...
By this day’s Mail, I forward you a set of papers on the subject of the pernicious tendency of our present policy on the best interests of the agriculturists generally. Hoping it may meet with your approbation, I remain, respectfully MHi : Coolidge Collection.
M r Daniel Drew, who will probably deliver you this, has applied to me for a letter of introduction, as a candidate for a situation, which, I understand, is at your disposal. He has taught in my family for some months, & has conducted himself with the most perfect propriety. His deportment & manners are wholly unexceptionable. In a word, my impressions of him are highly favourable. You will, I...
Bo t of M. Carey & S— 2 Nautical Almanacs 1821 250 2 d— d— 1822 250 $500 Your favour of the 13 th was rec d on the 18 th & on the 26 th we forwarded the above by the Mail, which we hope you will have rec d
Your favour addressed to mr M. C. who is now absent in a trip to the North, came to hand yesterday with Twenty five dollars enclosed.—The surplus of $1.75 is placed to your credit, as the disc t off Virginia notes is but small.— We shall order Baxters’ Hume immediately from London—Of the Conversations on Chemistry there is no 8 t edition, but a much improved 12 mo —2 from w h we have published...