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To vindicate myself to those, whose favorable sentiments I so highly appreciate, is a motive...
Having brought my long-protracted suit against John Law to a termination, I take the liberty to...
On my return home, I had the honor of receiving your favor of the 2d Ulto, and beg leave to...
In addition to the acts of kindness heretofore received from you, it wou’d seem like imposing on...
In addition to the favors heretofore received from you, (which I shall ever hold in grateful...
I took the liberty to write you a few lines by mail, but understanding that the direct mail to...
I am still unfortunately an applicant for office, and very reluctantly troublesome to my friends....
I have reccd. your letter of the 24th. inclosing copies of letters from President Monroe Judge...
I take the liberty to enclose you a copy of a letter which I received from Col Monroe in relation...
I wish my memory could furnish more light on the subject of your letter of the 10th. than is...