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New York, 3 Mch. 1788 . Introducing Mr. Adrian Kissam “a young gentleman of the profession of the...
Knowing that you find leasure amidst the bustle of politicks to amuse yourself with less...
My Brother is this moment departing for Philadelphia and has requested a letter of introduction...
I feel myself extremely obliged by your favor of Sepr. not only on account of the friendly wishes...
After my return home I made search among my papers for the catalogue of Pougens that you...
I have delayed answering your favor of the 7th Instant until I could obtain the sense of Congress...
I have the honor to transmit a resolution of Congress, appointing you one of their Ministers...
The delay that your favor of the 24th feby had met with induced me to write an hasty answer on...
I was yesterday honoured with your favor of the 14th which I shall lay before Congress this...
Having flattered myself that I had fallen upon a new meathod of diminishing the friction in heavy...
Not knowing whether an agricultural Society is still in existence in Pennsylvania, I have chosen...
Having very latly writen to you this is merely to inform you that our mutual friend Mr. Skipwith...
I have this moment only received your favor the 24 Feby. It lay some days in the post Office at...
I avail myself of Mr. DeLaBegarre’s going to Washington to send you the teeth found in the...
The Chancellor Livingston has read with great pleasure the observations of the president on...
Mr. Smith being just about to depart I have but a moments time to send you the proceedings of the...
Mr. Livingston has the honor to inform the president, that in his opinion the writers of the...
I have the honor to inform you by the direction of Congress in answer to your Letter of the 13th....
Knowing the value of your time I should not thus early after the receipt of yours have intruded...
I sent my letters to the secretary some days ago by the way of Havre. I am in hopes that the ship...
You will receive by this conveyance the ratification of our treaties. I shall feel some anxiety...
Having just heard of a vessel going from Havre I give you this hasty letter merely to inform you...
I am just favoured by your note without date covering two letters for Paris . I conclude from...
The enclosed packet marked No 1, was written at the time it is dated—The subject of it is very...
I did not receive your favor of the 17th : Apl till on my Return to this place from New York,...
Mr Monroe having undertaken to write our Joint letter on the subject of Louisiana I should...
I not long since did myself the honor to inform you of the discovery of some bones near the...
The fear of intruding upon the few hours you can spare to rural occupations, & philosophic...
I was a few days ago honoured by your letter of the 16th. March. I called on the minister the...
Mr. Monroe delivered me your very friendly Letter of the 3d. of Feby. the night before last...
I find with great regret that a report which circulates here of your intention to resign your...
The hope I entertained of meeting you at New York when I vissited it in Sepr. has induced me to...
I am sorry so soon after my arrival here to trouble you with any thing that relates personally to...
I some time since had the honor to write to you on the subject of some of the appointments in New...
The enclosed was written long since and accidentaly detained at New York. I send it now to shew...
Nothing very important having occured for some time past I have not thought it necessary to...
I recd your favor of the 16th. ult. just as I was leaving New York for this place which has...
My line of law reading has for twenty Years past been confined to civil cases arising in the...
I have before me your favors of the 4th & 9th of November, I do not know whether to be glad or...
Mr Van Benthuysens solicited that I should receive your favor of the 12th . by a safe conveyance,...
Surrounded as you are at present by the mists of politicks, & those too of a nature to defuse,...
42II. Recipient’s Copy (Jefferson Papers)
I have delayed answering your friendly letter by madame Brogniard in the hope of having some...
43I. Recipient’s Copy (Jefferson Papers)
I have delayed replying to your friendly letter by Madame Brougniart in the hope of having...
44III. Extract, after 18 May 1803 (Jefferson Papers)
I have delayed replying to your friendly letter by Madam Brougniart, in the hope of having...
Description of mercurial engine The figure represents an engine intended to work with very little...