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When I determined to inclose for you the first fruits of my medical education, I was fully...
I thank you for the pamphlet you have been so kind as to send me, and shall read it with pleasure...
The letter of the 30th ulto with which you honored me, came duly to hand. I submitted it to the...
To be poor and dependant is dis–agreeable to every feeling mind; to make others acquainted with...
I now return you the papers which were inclosed in yours of the 26th. and saw with pleasure the...
Dr. Ewell takes the liberty to enclose for his Excellency Mr. Jefferson a copy of Dr....
Finding the prospect of procuring many subscribers to my work on chemistry, encreasing in a...
I am thankful for the kind expressions towards myself contained in your letter of yesterday. it...
 After reflecting on that liberality which it is generally stated, often leads your excellency to...
Since I last took the liberty to address you I received a certificate from Dr. Rush. The...