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Mr. William B. Giles member of congress, a considerable time past, was kind enough to take with...
Your favor of the 3d. came to hand yesterday. The model had been received some time ago. The...
Having heard nothing respecting my petition for a patent for my Machine for a considerable time,...
Mr. Taylor wrote you a letter on the 10th. inst. (which you probably received a day or two after...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 28th. of June, for which I humbly thank you. Being...
As I am uncertain whether or not you will require of me a power of attorney in Appointing...
Your letter of the 24th. came to my hands only last night. whether the ordinary business of this...
I salute you as the Father and the friend of American Independence, and presume to lay before...
I du ly recieved your favor of the 9 th ult. on the interesting subject of ou r trade, and the...
In addressing the first man of an enlightened nation, upon a political subject; I feel that...