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We feel too much interested here in the dispositions you expressed to become our neighbor, not to...
As an old friend I cannot resist the impulse of my heart, in expressing to you its exultation on...
Your favor received yesterday was quite Unexpected. It was not my intention by obtruding my...
This is the first time I ever felt a disinclination to address you, as the subject on which I...
Your favor of the 13th. is duly recieved. I have not yet had a good opportunity of speaking with...
Among the numerous recommendations which you daily receive for appointments I beg leave to Step...
Can you tell me, my good friend, how I came by the enclosed letter ? it is more than I can. on my...
I know your goodness will pardon the trouble I am about to give you: every sentiment, and feeling...
Being desirous of Making you personally acquainted with My friend Mr David Easton I take the...
The inclosed letter for Mr. Hawkins, I beg the favor of you to direct and forward. tis to be sure...