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I take the liberty of introducing to your acquaintance M r Ruggles, who, in taking an excursion...
It is with extreme reluctance that I subject you to any trouble with any portion of the business...
I duly recieved your letter of the 19 inst with the documents it covered relative to the treaty...
I cannot make known to you in a more satisfactory manner the wish of m r Emmett in relation to...
M r Emmet’s letter which you were so kind as to inclose to me supported by your own would have...
You can have no more satisfactory proof of the growing reputation of your University, than the...
I have duly recieved your favor of dec. 29. covering the letter of mr Levins, expressing a...
M r Owen the bearer is desirous of forming the acquaintance of one so distinguished by the...