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[ College of Edinburgh, 12 Mch. 1789 . Recorded in SJL as received 30 Mch. 1789. Not found.]
In the letter which you were pleased to read to me Mrs. Colden has treated so superiorly the...
The Book which accompanies this letter is the only performance which I have yet ventured to...
I am to acknolege the receipt of your favor of Oct. 1. and of the valuable present which...
The Gentleman who will have the Honour of presenting this letter to you (Mr. John Millar) has...
It is as much as six years ago that I proposed to our Philosophical society to add the respect of...
I take the liberty of introducing to your Acquaintance, & of recommending to your good offices,...
The bearer of this letter is mr Preston , son of the present Governor of Virginia . he is not...
It is now 35. years since I had the great pleasure of becoming acquainted with you in Paris and...
I am sorry to learn by a letter from M r Gilmer which I received yesterday, that he proposes to...