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An Artist in this City has invented a little Machine, which he denominates "the Ladies’ Portable...
In ransacking some Papers, which I had laid by, I lit upon the enclosed Paper, which you were so...
I have the honor to enclose you the letters of D r Mease & M r Greer , which you were so kind as...
I have been apprehensive that I could not undertake the work you propose. The Curtailments of...
I need scarcely say, that a Request from you is a Command upon me—I obey it with pleasure. I have...
I have had so many proofs of your liberal and friendly disposition, that I am sure, if you cannot...
After all my exertions, it is impossible for me to execute your commission . I cannot find in...
T Ritchie, in his own name & that of the Author, requests M r Jefferson’s Acceptance of this...
I know not whether I can take the liberty of writing you on the subject of this letter; but I...
My own indisposition, and the melancholy succession of calamities which has befallen the family...