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My friend Winthrop Sargent Governor of the Missisippi Territory will have the honor to present...
Among the most perplexing, and thankless acts of your high station will be that of appointments...
Even if the sincerity and cordiality which dictate this note should fail of giving it any value...
Mr Wetmore who has been long a barrister at the bar of this state, but who meeting with pecuniary...
I feel great pleasure in any circumstance, which may present me to your remembrance.—No person...
The unalterable respect and affection I entertain for your talents and character dissipates all...
I flatter myself with the hope that the subject of this note, will not be deemed by you as...
I flatter myself with the hope that, the subject of this letter it will not be considered by you...
Although I have often entertained the intention of writing to you, yet as I had nothing more to...
I have received your two favors of the 21st and 23d ultimo. They breathe a spirit of friendship...
I have received your letter, enclosing a commission, and giving me to understand, that, A...
I have the honor to enclose the copy of the resolves respecting rank passed the 24 November 1778...
In your welcome and much esteemed favor of the 9th I recognise fully all the substantial...
I have this moment received the within paper containing the extraordinary correspondence between...
I have recieved your letter dated on the 25th. ultimo, informing me that the President of the...
(Private) My dear Sir Boston 29 July 1798. Yesterday I received your favor of the 16th instant,...
I experience a reluctance in addressing you lest I should absorb a certain portion of your time...
Possessing as I do a thousand evidences of your friendship, I am persuaded that you will readily...
I have received your kind favor of the 4th instant. I shall always regret every circumstance...
I have been requested by several respectable characters in this place, to name for your...
I cannot refrain from trespassing on Your time by expressing to you the perfect satisfaction...
This letter will be delivered to you by Capt. Roberts of New-Hampshire. He is a Candidate for the...
In addressing myself to you I experience the mingled emotions of respect and affection, the...
I received your kind favor of the 1st. instant two days ago. Mr. Joseph Pope of this Town the...
I have the honor to enclose you the opinion of James Seagrove agent for the Creek Nation upon the...
Mr Stagg has mentioned your observations respecting the difference between the five thousand...
Mr Fitz Simons has applied to me upon the subject of another missionary being added to the one...
I have the honor to submit to your view a note of Mr Rutherford of the Senate and my answer...
I have the honor to submit to your consideration a report upon Indian affairs—If it should be...
I beg leave to submit to you, the proceedings held with the Cherokees in the month of June last,...