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When I had the honor to write you upon the subject of an appointment, I did it with great...
Among the papers, which I possess in relation to the late transactions of the United states,...
A gentleman of this place called upon me to day and stated to me the receipt of a letter by him...
Public Business having called me to Philada. on the 10th. of March, I did not receive your favor...
The gentleman to whom you wrote on the 26th. of March arrived here a few days ago from...
H. Miller. Muhlbg No. 1. H. M. Supervisor of the Reve. Latimer No. 2. The collector of the...
It is only by candid representations of the disinterested, or the applications of the concerned,...
You will be pleased to consider me as not to disposed to accept the appointments you mention in...
I wrote by the mail of last evening in reply to your letter of the 17th. that the two places...
In the Course of public business it has been my lot and duty to meet a gentleman, who held a...
Note on the act of the President of the United States of the — of — 1801. relative to the...
This letter is transmitted, respectfully, as the only information I possess of the Gentleman, tho...
As I had the honor to receive from you some remarks on the office I now hold from Genl. M , I...
British private Vessels. The important and curious document, in this inclosure, appears to be...
When your message to the legislature announced the idea of the abolition of the internal...
It is manifest to every person, who reflects on the affairs of the United States, that the...
The idea I lately took the liberty to suggest may have appeared visionary and strange, but on...
The recent events in the Island of St. Domingo, if confirmed, will evince the importance to...
In the course of some recent attempts to improve the public mind with our capacities and progress...
I am informed that Congress are to rise in the beginning of April, and that the internal Revenues...
The papers announce that the legislature is to rise in ten days. This critical and peculiar...
I am requested on the part of Robert Porter, Esqre, to mention his name to you for the vacant...
The subject of naval power is agitated every day in our seaports, Towns, because the Editors of...
I observe that the death of Judge Patterson of New Jersey is announced in the papers of this day....
The immense objects, for which the nations of Europe began to contend at the Commencement of the...
I had the honor to receive your letter of the 27th. Ultimo, and as I consider it to be your...
It has appeared to be of great importance to public impression to get the inclosed (Chaps. 66...
Cotton The present crisis again draws into consideration the important agricultural production...
Mr. Coxe has the honor respectfully to submit to the inofficial perusal of Mr. Jefferson, a part...
I have the honor to submit to your consideration some reflexions, which have been some time on my...
I have this day the honor of your respected favor of the 21st. instant. Permit me to assure you,...
I take the liberty of mentioning to you that I am informed Genl. Muhlenberg has given to one of...
Being this day informed that the death of the late worthy Collector of this Port has taken place,...
In the course of my reflexions on the subject on which I had the honor in my last letter...
The account of the death of the late worthy collector of this port will probably reach you with...
The situation of the United States has become very uncomfortable, and presents disagreeable...
I beg you to excuse the liberty & the inconvenience of this application, & to believe that...