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We have the honor of addressing this by our worthy friend, the honorable Mr. Sayre, who was...
I have requested Capt. Newel of the Ship Cleopatra, who is bound to Philadelphia to take charge...
The bearer hereof, mr Louis Buchanan Smith, son of Genl. Smith now acting as Secretary of the...
The course of things in the neighboring islands of the West Indies appears to have given a...
Mr Gore having during my absence acknowledged the receipt of your letter to me, and at the same...
I have not been able to obtain the consent of the Sierra Leone Company to receive the Slaves...
I presume that while with us you must have become informed that we were establishing in Virginia...
On the 30 th of June I took the liberty of addressing to you a letter requesting your kind aid to...
In two former letters of June 30. and July 28. I took the liberty, on behalf of the University of...
I received at Cheltenham on the 17 th Ins t your Packet, containing among other letters and...