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I forwarded to shadwell mills, a day or two since, a keg of Tongues & sounds, & a package of dumb...
I regret that it is not in my power to give you the information which you desire. I perceive the...
I take the liberty to forward to you a copy of a communication to the American Academy on the...
Y r fav r of the 31 st Ult. address d to our M r H. was rec d in due Course M r Hilliard left for...
being very disirous of obtaining some Information relative to the University of Virginia I have...
Not being able to find such a Cask of Sicily Madiera Wine as I liked, concluded to send but ten...
Will you be so good as to inform me what arrangements have been made with respect to furnishing...
As chairman of a committee appointed by the citizens of Washington to make arrangements for...
For your kind and consolatory Letter of the 6 th Inst. The style and spirit of its indiction,...
I have seen Mr Willard, and given him your order for a clock and bell: in consequence of my...
It was my intention to have called on you this evening, and to have presented in person M r...
I should be glad to know, what I am to make Students coming at this time pay for Dormitory and...
I am upon the eve of my departure for Europe in prosecution of my professional Studies as an...
I recieved your letter on the subject of the Wine per Ship Mandarin. and upon inquiry at the...
I here with send you the Bill of James Oldham against the Rector & myself and my answer to it for...
I do myself the satisfaction of sending a copy of my book—I think I should hardly have ventured...
Enclosed is the bond for the duties on the marble capitals, which has been paid. I regret the...
I have been earnestly engaged in disposing of my concerns in Fredericksburg—that I might comply...
Knowing that all of your pavilions at the university have tin coverings, I write to learn whether...
Sous les auspices de M M. Constant, Sanderson & Vallue, chefs d’institution de cette ville, je...
As M r Lancaster my Son-in-Law & Administrator of M r Derieux decease’d. Is desirous to see all...