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I have been favored with yours of the 28 Ult: and thank you for the paper which it inclosed. Your...
I recd. a few days ago your favor of the 8th. inclosing a paper signed Phocion. Your own papers...
I have recd. yours without date but postmarked Ocr. 27. I thank you for your kindness in...
Letter not found. 5 June 1801. Acknowledged in Coxe to JM, 11 June 1801 . Discusses Jacob Mayer’s...
I have recd. your favor of the 21st. instant, and have disposed of the papers under the same...
In pursuance of the 5th. sect. of the Act of March 2d. respecting the lands claimed in the...
I have received and forwarded your letter and pamphlet to Mr. King. The latest information from...
In pursuance of the 5th. Sect. of the Act of March 2d. respecting the lands claimed in the...
I have recd your favor inclosing the printed extracts from the pamphlet of Cunningham, and have...
Mr. Madison presents his respects to Mr. Coxe. He wishes to have a little conversation with him...
Letter not found. 14 November 1817. T. Madigan Autograph Album (December 1922), item 591.
Your last favor recd. a few days ago was without date. I am glad to find that you do not ascribe...
8 January 1805, Department of State. “I have requested the Secretary of the Treasury to remit...
I enclose a copy of the Secretary of the Treasury’s letter to me respecting the laws to be...
I have recd. your favor of the 2d. inst. with the printed addition to your Memoir relating to...
Mr. Jefferson has just returned me your two letters & the papers accompanying them. Supposing...
I have received & perused with much pleasure the remarks on the proposed Constitution for the...
To Tench Coxe. Letter not found. Ca. 20 September 1788 . Acknowledged in Coxe to JM, 26 Sept....
The Treaty lately concluded between the American and British Commisioners being in a situation to...
I have recd. your favor of the 22. & the subsequent one covering a newspaper. I inclose the...
Your two favors of the 8 & 25 ult: were duly recd. The memoir in the former was put into the...
… 1. Of the grain & flour of late years exported to G. B. what proportion was probably consumed...
I have received and forwarded your letter and pamphlet to Mr. King. The latest information from...
I have recd. your letter of the 12th. and written one to the President, which will remind him of...
No question has been yet taken by which the strength of parties can be ascertained. Each hopes...
I have been some days in debt for your favor of the 21st instant. Accept my thanks for the Medal...
28 April 1804, Department of State. “I have requested the Secretary of the Treasury to cause two...
On the receipt of yours of the 7th. I dropped a few lines to the President on the subject of your...
Your favor of the 9th. was not received till it was too late to be answered by the last mail. I...
I have been favored with two letters from you, one containing 2 copies of the freeman, the other...
I was duly favored with yours of the 6th. & thank you for the extract relating to Louisiana. It...
On my arrival which was the second day of the Convention, I found yours of the ult: the papers...
Accept my acknowledgments for your favor of the 18th. instant. The printed remarks inclosed in it...
Since I recd. your two letters of I have hitherto been prevented from acknowledging them first by...
Your favor of the 27th. Ult: has found me so nearly prepared to set out for N. York that I should...
Letter not found. 22 October 1803, Department of State . Offered for sale in the Parke-Bernet...
I have been much obliged by your favor of the 23 instant, which I have delayed to answer, in the...
The infirm state of health in which I came here and the circumstances which crowd into the...
Letter not found. 20 January 1788. Mentioned in Coxe to JM, 23 and 27 Jan. 1788 . Reports...
Of the hundred copies of the laws of the United States intended for Louisiana, you will be...
Both your letters of the 16th. inst. have been received. Neither the value of the articles...
I have duly received your favor of the 7th. inst. enclosing a copy of the paper addressed to the...
Mr. Matthew Cary of Philadelphia has offered to sell to government 400 complete copies of the...
Mr. Madison presents his thanks to Mr. Coxe for the paper sent him a few days ago on the subject...
1 March 1804, Department of State. “On the receipt of the proceeds arising from the sale of the...