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I am much obliged to you for the Book you are so kind to send me. The second part of your letter,...
I mentioned to you that I had some conversation with the Marquis de la fayette respecting the...
After I got home, being alone and wanting amusement I sat down to explain to myself (for there is...
Your saying last evening that Sir Isaac Newtons principle of Gravitation would not explain, or...
I enclose you a Problem not about Bridgs but Trees, and to explain my meaning I begin with a...
It is difficult to write about an affair while the event of it is depending because prudence...
Explanatory Circumstances 1st. The last lost dispatches are dated Octr. 6th. and Oct. 7th. They...
The inclosed being part of a newspaper published here I thought you would like to see it, and...
That I am a bad correspondent is so general a complaint against me, that I must expect the same...
I wrote you by Mr. Quesney. I also wrote you a long letter of (I believe) 14 or 16 pages,...