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I inclose you two letters from mr Burrall , postmaster of Baltimore . you will percieve by them...
I return you mr Coxe’s letter which has cost me much time at two or three different attempts to...
I inclose you a letter & sundry papers recieved from Mr. Gallatin of which I will ask the return....
Circular Notwithstanding the reduction which was made in the rents proposed, it appears that that...
Unexpected delays in getting my carriage ready will render it impossible for me to leave this...
Yours of the 12th. inst. is received, and I will duly attend to your commission relative to the...
In the line I scribbled to you from Georgetown to-day I omitted to inform you that I had...
Considering Ch r Tucker’s acceptance as absolutely desperate, the reasons he assigned being of an...
Your’s of July 22. came to hand on the 25th. the day of my arrival here. I think the proposition...
Your’s of the 3d. came to hand yesterday. I am content that the questions relative to...
Your letter of Feb. 15. having given me the hope you would attend the meeting of the Visitors of...
The person who hands you this letter is an interesting subject of curiosity. he was taken...
I return your letter to the President, and that of mr. Rush to you, with thanks for the...
I return you all your papers except Irvine’s which I have not yet entirely read. As far as I have...
Your’s of the 4th. is recieved. I think the course which has been taken for sending MelliMeni...
Th: Jefferson presents his affectionate salutations to mr Madison and incloses him the extract of...
I hasten the return of the bearer that he may meet you at Brown’s and convey you information as...
I thank you for the communication of mr. Rush’s letter which I now return. Mr. Bentham’s...
Yours of the 1st. was received yesterday. I now return the letters of Higginson, Davis &c....
After writing to mr Smith my letter of yesterday by the post of the day, I recieved one from him...
With this letter I commit for you to the mail a bundle of seeds, one parcel of which was sent by...
A letter from Col o Earle of S. C. induces me to apprehend that the government is called on to...
We did not collect the sense of our brethren the other day by regular questions, but as far as I...
I have read mr. Cox’s letters and some of his papers, which I now return you. It is impossible...
I would have accompanied the General to-day but for two reasons, I have not strength, and I...
I wrote you on the 30th. ult. and shall be uneasy till I have heard you have received it. I have...
I omitted in my letter of the 23d. to say any thing on the subject of mr. Wirt; which however was...
I return you Pinckney’s letter the complection of which I like. If they repeal their orders we...
I recieved at Richmond your favor covering a check on the bank of Norfolk for 743. Doll. 15....
Your favours of July 31. and Aug. 1. are recieved, but not that of the 30th. which was trusted to...
Your servant now returns with many thanks for the aid of him & your horses. I was disappointed in...
The mail of yesterday does not tell us whether you have left Washington . I am this moment...
Yours by yesterday’s mail is recieved & I now return Pinckney’s & Graham’s letters. I thought it...
You will see by the inclosed letter from mr. Cabell that a project is in agitation respecting Wm....
I wrote you two letters on the 5th. inst. since which I have recd yours of the 2d. I send you, in...
I wrote the inclosed letter to you a little before I left Paris, & having no occasion to send it,...
Yesterday’s post brought me, as I suppose it did you, information of the Emperor of Marocco’s...
Your favor of July 17. which came to hand long ago remains still unacknoleged, as from the time...
Our Colleagues on the legislature have called a meeting of the Visitors for the 4 th of March. I...
I leave the inclosed open for your perusal & that of your Collegues & others to whom you may...
The inclosed letter to mr. Cabell so fully explains it’s object, and the grounds on which your...
Yours of Oct. 30. came to hand last night. Capt Coles passed this place on the 31st. to...
I returned here yesterday afternoon & found, as I might expect an immense mass of business. With...
In conversation with mr. Gallatin yesterday as to what might be deemed the result of our...
Nothing remarkeable this week. What was mentioned in my last respecting Bache’s paper was on...
Yours without date was recieved yesterday. about 3. or 4. days ago mr Nelson called on me with a...
I now return you the several papers recieved by the last post, except those solliciting office,...
Your favor of Feb. 15 is duly recieved & I now inclose the letter for mr. Christie, which you...
What would you think of raising a force for the defence of New Orleans in this manner? Give a...
Your letter of Feb. 15. having given me the hope you would attend the meeting of the Visitors of...