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I regret to trouble yr Excellency at a time when you must be in the debt of public-business,...
Could I take the liberty of asking the loan of Rollins Roman History?; or any other written on...
If it is not giving you too much trouble, it will be doing me a great Kindness to be favoured...
It is with the greatest diffidence, and reluctance that I write your Excellency; fearing that I...
Your letter of the 25th. was duly handed to me by Mr. Conway. The view you give of the state of...