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In two former letters of June 30. and July 28. I took the liberty, on behalf of the University of...
On the 30 th of June I took the liberty of addressing to you a letter requesting your kind aid to...
Mr. Morton of my neighbourhood will pass through London on a trip to Scotland with an object...
I presume that while with us you must have become informed that we were establishing in Virginia...
I have received, and read with Avidity and pleasure your Eloquence and Ratiocination, on the...
Your kind letter of th 12th has greatly obliged me. I had read the Speech before in the public...
Objects interesting to the United States requiring that the Senate should be in session on the...
I am very much obliged to you for the information, melancholly as it is to me, of the death of Mr...
I run the risque of introducing to You, the Reverend Mr Henry Colman of Hingham. He is one of our...
§ To Rufus King. 17 January 1806, Department of State. “I request the favor of you to peruse the...