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I expect that your remaining numbers of the History of 1796 have come duly to hand. The other...
Your interference with respect to my getting payment in a certain quarter has not had even the...
I request Your indulgence for a few lines. I Shall be as concise as possible. A few days after I...
Your favor of Sep. 22. came to hand only by our last post. I had before been informed through the...
I am Sensible that this freedom needs an [appology]. I wrote You a letter In last month and if...
I never write a letter, when I can avoid it. I much less desire to trouble my Superiors. But I...
I hope You will excuse my freedom in writing this letter. You have no doubt seen our Examiner. It...
By a want of arrangement in a neighboring post office during the [absence] of the postmaster, my...
Along with this letter You will receive another, which has lain by me a fortnight, the Contents...
On recieving your favor of Sep. 29. I did believe it would be in my power to answer you...