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I have taken the liberty of transmitting to you the narrative accompanying this, in hopes that...
By the advice of some of my most revered friends, coinciding with my own inclination, I am...
Duty, and the consideration of a large family impel me to address the President of the...
Finding that Mesrs. Rowe & Hooper are about sending you a copy of " a Journal of a young man of...
On a long list of epistolary debts which I could not attend to, during the period of my public...
I here send for your acceptance a copy from a new edition of my Lecture on the pernicious effects...
I have recd. your favor of the 9th. with a copy of your Lecture on Tobacco & ardent spirits. It...
I have just read in one of the Boston News-papers, a paragraph to this effect—that through the...
I have received your favor of the 12th. instant, and with it the “Botanist,” and the Sheets...
Having reached home but a few days since, I seize the first day of leisure to express to you, and...