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An Artist in this City has invented a little Machine, which he denominates "the Ladies’ Portable...
I know not whether I can take the liberty of writing you on the subject of this letter; but I...
I have recd. yours of the 8th. instant on the subject of the proceedings of the convention of...
I recd. some time ago a letter from Mr. H. G. Spafford at Ballston Spa N.Y. in which he says “I...
My own indisposition, and the melancholy succession of calamities which has befallen the family...
Your favor of Aug 7 is so full & satisfactory an answer to my request of July 2. that I ought not...
Do not be surprised at receiving this Letter. I have been frequently tempted to appeal to your...
Yours of the 10th. inst: was recd. a few days ago & I give it the earliest answer which...
J. Madison with his respects to Mr. R. remarks that a Marginal note in the Enquire[r] of the...