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I have recd your favor of June 28 covering the papers from the War office, for which I return my...
On the 21st May I had the pleasure to inclose in my letter to you of that date one to your...
To my requests the day before yesterday I forgot to add that of a Copy of A—s letter to Harrison...
I herewith send you a copy of my late publication of the Official Letters of our Military & Naval...
I have recd. your letter on the subject of your account with the U.S. and asking whether there...
I have recd. your letter of June 26. inclosing one from Mr. Anderson, the answer to which I take...
We have the honor to transmit to you inclosed Invoice of the Cost & charges of Sundry articles...
Tho’ sorry to trouble you so often I must ask the further favor of you to let me have from the...
I recd. lately a letter from your father, an answer to wch he desired might be written to you....
I have recd your letter of the 4th. with the Volume containing the Official letters of the...
The respect in which I have been Educated, and which I entertain for yr patriotism, & principles,...
I have recd. the copy of the papers communicated to the B. Parliament which you were so good as...
I have recd. yours of the 14th. The inclosures leave no desideratum at present observed but the...
My pecuniary necessities compell me to ask the amount of your a/c. Professional engag<e>ments...
I am giving you more trouble & of a more disagreeable sort than I could wish: but an enquiry into...
"and with my thanks return a few seeds of the Sea Kale, saved from the small stock in my garden....
I expect you have seen in print The unfortunate Difference between Messr. Crawford Editor of the...
A gentleman from this country by the name of Graves states that he had a Conversation with you on...
Whatever may be the merits of the remarks, contained in the inclosed, the Subject, you will...
Your nephew Mr. Macon, is safely landed after a disagreeable voyage. In a case of murder, he...
I have recd. your favor of the   [2m#] inclosing papers from the War Office. The path I am...
I herewith send you a Copy of " Inside Out " – a work just published in this City, for the...
I have recd your letter of the 11th. with the Newspapers containing your remarks on the present...
Yr. letter to my mother of July 29. has summoned our attention to former ones. I know not with...
I have recd. your letter of the 9th. inst. My recollections of a conversation with Mr. Graves is...
We came here on thursday last, with intention to proceed on to Albemarle, on Monday next, but...
I recieved the inclosed letters from the President with a request that after perusal, I would...
I have recd. your favour of Aug. 27. It will be an accommodation to me, & I am glad it will not...
I know that Complaints must at all times be very disagreeable, but especially when made against...
Esteemed Sir, a gentleman late from Spain presented me with an inkstand made of the rock of...