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I have thought it my duty to inform you, that at four oClock this morning the late president left...
I am preparing to Start from this place for Philadelphia on Thursday next, and beg leave to lay...
I this day purchased your copying press —it is made on an entire new construction, being worked...
In my letter of the day before yesterday I mentioned that [I was] not then fixed on the...
I yesterday received from Philadelphia a Bill of Lading for your chairs , which I have this day...
Some time prior to your departure from this place, I think you informed me that your return would...
Your favor of Aug. 27. came to hand yesterday. I am sensible the settees could not be here till...
It gives me great mortification to be obliged to inform you that there is no prospect of being...
I have duly recieved your favor informing me of your disappointment as to the grates. I think...
If, in your judgement, I should appear to be as well qualified to take the charge of the...