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Having lately visited that Scene which you have pronounced one of the most stupendous in Nature,...
I have duly recieved your favor of Aug. 31. and am sensible of the honor you do me in proposing...
I receive your polite Letter , dated Monticello, at the moment I am about to usher into the World...
In consulting the annals of the world for a character, who, while he gives incitement by his...
I take the liberty to enclose a Satirical Poem which I have just published. To increase its sale...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Davis and his thanks for the poem he sent him. He...
Amidst the important multiplied engagements that necessarily employ your thoughts, I congratulate...
 I take the liberty to send you my second pamphlet. I shall be enabled the middle of this month...
I entreat you will do me the honour to accept the enclosed volume. I have taken the liberty to...
I take the liberty to send you a Latin Pamphlet which I have lately published, partly borrowed, &...