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I inform you that I intend fattening forty or forty five head of hogs and I can supply you with...
I have procured and enclose five Setts of glasses from which I hope you may be enabled to Select...
Your gratifying letter of 10th instant came to hand two days since. I rejoice and am thankful,...
The claims I have so recently urged upon your kindness, ought perhaps to deter me from any...
You may perhaps recollect that Six or Seven years ago, I took the liberty of calling on you in...
The bearer Mr. John G. Chapman is the young American artist, of whom you have probably heard, and...
At the request of my wife I assume the painful duty of announcing to you the death of her Father...
Having been informed that Dr D. Drake of Cincinnati may possibly be nominated as one of the...
I have received a letter from Mr. H. Lee inclosing that which I now send you: You will perceive...
Towards the close of a thorough examination which I have made of Mr. Jefferson’s papers, and when...
Permit me to introduce to you my friend Dr. R. C. Mason, a gentleman of distinguished...
I have forwarded by Aleck in good order To your address Two Boxes Candles, Two <...> Lim<...> one...
We have at length made a beginning of a Work which we long since projected, the object of which...
I found it a matter of more difficulty than I anticipated to procure a pamphlet copy of Mr....
By a paper, now before me, I learn that you, still, are in vigorous health of mind. Reaumatism ,...
I send herewith 92 pages of my manuscript for your leisurely inspection—It is far from my wish to...
I hope that you will excuse the liberty I now take in addressing you, as it is prompted only by a...
My delay in returning you my thanks for your very obliging letter & its valuable contents has ill...
A note from Mr Kane informs me that Mr Longacre—whom I had previously the pleasure of knowing,...
The other day I was Extremly Sorry to See your Name in a Newspaper, their Calld a freind and...
You were right in supposing that my thoughts had been given to the subject of the void made in...
Annexed I send for your approval, my check on the President & Directors of the Literary Fund, for...
My friend Dr Patterson & myself have arranged our University matters in such sort as to be able...
Mr. J. C. Hamilton has the Honor to acknowledge the receipt by this days Mail of the Extract from...
I have shown to son Robert the letter from E. H. Taylor to you and have received for answer that...
You have probably been informed by Mr Jno., H, Lee of Kentucky of an arrangement which he made...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 12th. inst., inclosing fifty...
I have the honor to ask your acceptance of the portrait herewith transmitted, of my late lamented...
Sales Tobacco by Bernard Peyton For account James Madison Esqr 1833 June 5 For Cash. . 4 Hhds...
Learning from my Father that it was his intention to make you a visit, I have taken the liberty...
Yours of the 19th May was recd the 26th of the same month. I am under the necessity of troubling...
It is some time since I submitted to the public certain observations on the writings of the late...
A Stranger to you but descended from a numerous family by whom I have been always taught to...
I have just received a letter from Mr. Madison, in which he says,— "It has been suggested that...
It was a saying of one of the wise men of antiquity that a Great Book was a Great Evil ; thereby...
I received in due course of the Mail your obliging letter of the 6t. Ulto. and was extremely...
It would have afforded gratification to have personally presented the letter of introduction on...
I have the honor to have received your favour of the 16th inst. covering a communication from...
The long continued rains have, for the last fortnight, deprived us of the pleasure of our...
Inclosed I send you the 3d. Bills of exchange, drawn upon Messrs. Baring Brothers & Co. of London...
I have this day received a Communication from the Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the...
"Professor Davis begs of me to express to you officially his desire to occupy my Pavilion &...
I take the liberty of asking a few moments of your time, if it can be spared without serious...
It has given me great pleasure to comply with your request as far as was practicable; and I have...
I am contemplating the compilation of a work to be entitled "The Lives of the Presidents of the...
Above I send for your approval my check on the President & Directors of Literary Fund of...
At the recommendation of Commodore Elliot, (a gentleman of great intelligence who knows all about...
Allow me by this note to introduce the Marquis Charles Torrigiani of Florence, who is passing...
The presiding officer of an university most probably being the proper person for one to address...
I intended that you should first hear from myself , of the plunge I have taken; but this step has...