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Though a stranger to your person, I doubt not but as a Gentleman of science, of benevolence & of...
Well knowing that the subject, on which my addresses are founded, is accompanied with...
Cast my eye upon a News paper of this morning , I observed the following remark: “We understand...
In revising the order, & judging of the properiety of certain appointments, at the conclusion of...
Seeing in a paper of this City, some sketches of a Tornado , said to have fallen out at...
Suffer the interesting nature of my communications to apologize for their frequency. Perceiving...
Knowing that the matter of my Communications may labor in the minds of the well-disposed, and...
The letter of Mr: Humphries enclosing other communications from Mr. OBrien & Mr: Cathcart ,...
Mr. Austin takes the liberty of submitting to the President, the consideration of a momentary...
I have observed too much candor in your manner of receiving my communications, to fear a trespass...