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The letter you did me the favor to write me under date of the 24th of August after having...
I must beg leave to apologize to you for the state of the packet accompanying this— The boat in...
I take the liberty to send you a copy of a work which I have published here with a view to...
I beg leave to inclose you a letter from Mr. Gard , professor at the Deaf and Dumb College in...
20 March 1813, Bordeaux. Promises to “send the President a good stock of wine, Brandy and...
The lamentable news of the destruction of our Capitol has this moment reached us. Whilst I join...
I have shipped for you on board the Schooner Manlius Capt. Young one barrel of Vinegar and one...
Having this moment arrived from an excursion in the country and finding Mr Barlow is to dispatch...
At the earnest request of a distinguished french officer I have the honor to inclose you a letter...
The answer to Mr Barlows note is not what was expected and most certainly is not what was...
A friend of mine writes me, it has been represented at Washington, that I brought with me from...
In the letter I took the liberty of writing you in such haste by the Hornet when stating the...
Some circumstances having ocurred, since I had the honor to write you on the subject of the...
I have been honored within these few days, by your letter of the 21st. December, to which I shall...
I have of late recd. a letter from C. Hughes Junr of Baltimore who went home from this place in...
I beg leave to apologize to you for the state of the packet accompanying this. The boat in which...
Mr Espie, the President of the College at St. Foy in this department, has sent me the packet...
By a confidential letter received yesterday from an obliging friend at Washington I learnt you...
I beg leave to inclose a receipt for two cases containing one hundred bottles of the best Wine...
By the copy of my correspondences with the authorities here, which I have this day forwarded to...
Inclosed is an Invoice and Bill of Lading of one pipe of Brandy, two cases of wine, two baskets...
Ca. 30 August 1813, Bordeaux. “Being at this moment very unwell and almost blind I have it not in...
12 June 1811. Lists items “Bot. of Joel Barlow,” including seventy-three bottles of burgundy...