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I have recd. Sir your favor of the 13th. with a copy of the American Edition of Baine’s Hist: of...
It is long since I ought, if I had been able, to have acknoleged your obliging letter of April of...
Long ill health, dear Sir, has brought me much into default with my corresponding friends, and...
‘It is said to be an ill wind which blows favorably to no one.’ my ill health has long suspended...
I thank you, very dear Sir, and cordially for your little treatise on Usury, which I have read...
Long continued ill health, and a slow & uncertain convalescence have put it out of my power to...
It is long indeed, my very dear friend, since I have been able to address a letter to you. for...
Your acceptable letters of Mar & Apr. 20. and of May 15. of the present year, have not been...
Your favor by M r Terril was duly received, but ill health has long suspended with me the power...