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I beg you will accept my thanks for your obliging letter of the 10th & that you will present the...
I must repeat my thanks to you for the Volume of the Federalist. The paper the type the execution...
The repeated kindness expressed in your letter of 30th. Oct’br, and the beautiful present of your...
I know not how to express my obligation to you for the repeated presents of beautiful books the...
In exchange for the Gold and Silver which you have repeatedly sent me as presents I have nothing...
By a note in the 5 th vol. of Joyce ’s Scientific dialogues I see that the 7 th & 8 th vol s were...
I recieved duly your favor of the 3 d and with it the 3. vols of the Parent’s assistant, for...
In a letter to you of Feb. 28. in answer to yours of the 3 d of that month, I acknoleged &...
I have at two or three different dates written to ask the favor of you to let me know how much I...
Your letter of Dec. 2. arrived here during an absence of 6. weeks from home, and on my return I...
I duly recieved your favor of Feb. 2. with a specimen of the size & type you proposed for the...
Your two letters of Sep. 24. & Oct. 12. have been duly recieved. the packet of books will...
I wrote you on the 17 th to which I presume I shall recieve an answer in due time. the packet of...
Your favor of the 16 th was recieved on the 19 th and I thank you for the trouble you have taken...
1814. Dec. 1. wrote to mr Millegan to procure me Garnet ’s Naut. Almanac 15. to be forwarded by...
The library committee of Congress having concluded to take my library without further valuation,...
By a letter from M r Sam l H. Smith I am informed that the President had engaged you to come on...
I keep at this place a small Polygraph which requir es paper exactly of the size of that now...
I wrote to you from Bedford the 1 st inst. to which I refer you if you have made a list of the...
Your letter of July 31. came to hand the day before yesterday only. one of the boxes of books...
I have just sent to Milton for the mail tumbrel a package addressed to the care of mr Gray ,...
I am just now returned from a 7. weeks visit to Bedford , to which place I went immediately on...
The answers to letters which had accumulated during a two months seven weeks absence in Bedford ,...
On my return here from Bedford a few days ago, I found the Hutton and Requisite tables, bound to...
The last letter recieved from you was of Aug. 20. on the 27 th Oct. I wrote you a statement of...
Your favor of Mar. 6. did not come to hand until the 15 th . I then expected I should finish...
On the 7 th Ult. I wrote to you and forwarded at the same time the corrected translation of mr...
In your letter of June 4. you informed me you would be ab le to begin Tracy ’s work by the 4 th...
You must excuse me, dear Sir, if I trouble you with my inexpressible anxieties about the delay of...
Your favor of Dec. 29. came to hand last night, and I am very much relieved by it’s reciept. your...
I n am in the daily hope of recieving new proof sheets and the particular wish that we may go...
The last proof sheet I recieved from you was to pa. 48. Mar. 1. and dispatched it Mar. 2. I am...
I am now returned and ready to recieve & dispatch as many proof sheets as you can send me, and...
By the stage which will leave this 4. days hence, I shall send you under the care of mr Carr a...
My duty to mr Tracy does not permit me to be longer silent on the publication of the translation...
I have recieved the box of books lately sent me, in good condition and well bound, and I this day...
Mine of Feb. 18. informed you I had desired mr Gibson to remit you 100.D. on account which he...
I have recieved safely the Tacitus and other books sent you to be bound, except ‘a Treatise on...
I recieved with great joy the compleat copy of the translation of Tracy ’s work. it will need no...
I now return you, according to promise, the translation of M. Destutt Tracy ’s treatise on...
Your’s of the 20 th is just now recieved. the book of gardening had come to hand in due time, and...
I sent yesterday to Milton a box of books to be forwarded to you by mr Gray . it contains 32....
Do, my good friend, let me have my books as soon as you can. of some of them I am in daily want....
The box of books came to hand the evening before last in good order, and I this day send to mr...
I have mr Adams ’s permission to make what use I think proper of the inclosed letter on the...
Can you inform me whether there has been a 2 d edn of Tracy’s Pol. econ. published in the US....