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Mr Monroe having undertaken to write our joint letter I Shall confine this to objects that do not...
The Article of the Convention that authorized the nomination of commissioners to determine...
Inclosed is Mr. Skipwiths report upon Colonel Powels claim. I fully concur with him in opinion...
I have a few days since written to you transmitting you a letter which I addressed to the first...
At Philadelphia Mr: Latrobe and Mr: Rosevelt shewed me proposals that they were about submitting...
I ought long before this to have returned you my thanks, & those of Coll. Livingston for your...
Presuming that you will have some means of keeping open the intercourse with Genl. Armstrong, &...
I mentioned to you in one of my former letters that so soon as I learned from Mr Pichon (your...
I enclose you the papers containing a circular letter from the Minister of Exterior Relations to...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). Cover missing. Docketed by JM over the date line, “Livingston R. R,”...
You have Seen in my late letter the direct commencement of the negotiation previous to the...
Since my letter of this morning I have recieved farther information on the subjects there hinted...
I have the honor to transmit you my answer to the Minister’s notes enclosed in my last —they...
I arrived here with my family this Morning, having <left> Nantes the 26th. May. I should proceed...
I send with this duplicates of my two last letters & the notes that have since passed between me...
Tho I know that your time is occupied by more important concerns, yet the interest you take in...
I send by this post a roll containing a patern for a coat, of cloth which Mrs. Edward P...
I thank you for your favor of the 11th. which I have just now recd. I feel much more indifferent...
A courier has just arrived from Russia. The emperor demands the fulfilment of certain secret...
We have the pleasure to transmit to you by Mr d’Erieux a Treaty which we have concluded with the...
I have recd. so many letters from Mr. Mitchel soliciting my interest with you in relation to his...
I sincerely condole with you on the ratification of the treaty which sacrafices every essential...
10 October 1801, New York. Reports Boston “got off the rocks last night” undamaged and will be...
Since leaving Washington I have maturly reflected on the principles adopted by the President on...
This will be delivered by my sons in Law Robert L. and Edward P Livingston. One being a senator...
A circumstance has arisen here that has given me the most serious uneasiness because it has...
I informed you in my last of my intention to comply with your instructions & to obtain from this...
Enclosed are some letters that have passed between Mr. Skipwith and me. They sufficiently explain...
I have now before me your favor of the 9th of Novr announcing the agreable information of the...
I returned to Paris a few days ago from my tour thro Italy & Germany. When the Emperor was <o>n...