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It is better to be late in thanking you for your Present of Tobacco by Mr Delany than not to do...
It is but within a Day or two that I recieved yours of the 14th. in which you very properly leave...
I have been much delighted with the extract from your collection of fables, and should have told...
I have to acknowledge your Favour of the 19th. I am obliged by your Information & acknowledge...
I know your Time is so much occupied that unless on some very important Occasion it ought not to...
I percieve, by the News Papers, that Congress are about establishing Fees in the Admiralty Side...
Always attentive to your Requests I have looked over & considered the Bill about which you spoke...
I enclose you the Memorial I troubled you about which I should sooner have sent but that I...
I have been much engaged since the Reciept of your Favour, enclosing Robinson’s Cases, &...
I have recieved from our old Friend Genl. Ternant, who is now in Paris, a Letter dated 14th March...