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Permit me to present to yr. acquaintance the bearer Mr. Voss of Culpepper county, a young man of...
I had yours of the 7th. by yesterday’s mail. The danger of reaction is the evil to be fear’d from...
Mr. Fenwick has requested me to state to you what I know of his conduct while acting under my...
I acknowledged yours of the 7th. by Mr. Camp who went on some days since. I shod. have answered...
My present and past employments have made me acquainted with many deserving men whose demands I...
Jas. Monroe is happy to inform Mr. Jefferson that Joseph Scott the person lately appointed...
I am inclined to think the mode by which a certain end is to be accomplished, refering to a...
I had intended writing you on a subject mentioned in my last , but when I came to act on it I...
I was requested by the General Assembly at its last Session to transmit to the President of the...
I have inclosed you the papers relative to the British Consul at Norfolk, in the affr. of the man...
Jas. Monroe’s best respects to Mr. Jefferson. As the person for whose benefit the enclosed was...
I enclose you a resolution of the General Assembly of this Commonwealth, of the last session, by...
I communicated to you, when I had last the pleasure to see you, that during the late conspiracy...
Colo. Norton has been very solicitous with me to write you in behalf of his son in law Captn....
Hearing that Mr. Hay is disposed to seize the few days of leasure which an interval between the...
At the request of Mr. Arthur Lee of Norfolk I have given him an introduction to you, but not...
The arrival of Mr. Purviance in the U States furnishes me with an occasion to make known to you...
I shod. have answer’d yours of the 24. ulto. as soon as I recd. it, had I not perceived it was...
Dr. Barraud who will present you this is a very respectable citizen & able physician of Norfolk....
Our communication will be laid before the assembly to morrow with its doors closed. The objection...
I have been requested by Colo. Goodall who is an honest republican character, I presume well...
I enclose you some resolutions of the General Assembly of this Commonwealth, passed at its last...
I found your favor of the 28th. ulto. communicating an extract of a letter from Dupont De Nemours...
When lately in Albemarle I found the complition of a chmney in my house delayd by the want of...
I find among the papers in the council chamber an acct. adjusted by you between Houdon and the...
I returned on friday from Albemarle without having accomplished the object of my trip by the sale...
I did not receive yours of the 9th. till the day before yesterday (15). I am sorry it will not be...
I annex a note of persons qualified for the office of comrs. under the bankrupt law, for the...
Colo. David Lambert of this city has requested me to communicate to you his desire to be employ’d...
From some distant allusion it was inferr’d that Mr. Hay wod. not act as a comr. of bankruptcy....
I find by your letter of the 3d., that you think Sierra Leone on the Coast of Affrica a suitable...
Nothing is more difficult than to give you a suitable nomination for comrs. of bankry. at...
I enclose you some columns of a paper here edited by Mr. Callendar. It was whispered sometime...
On my return lately from Albemarle I found yr. favors of the 15. 17. & 20th. wh. were unopened...
Jas. Monroe’s best respects to Mr. Jefferson. He has the pleasure to send him a letter from Mr....
Jas. Monroe’s best respects to Mr. Jefferson. as he sits out to Richmond to morrow or next day, &...
Jas. Monroe’s best respects to Mr. Jefferson. If he has a moment of leisure, he will thank him...
There are two persons in this place who according to the information I have recd., have...
I have endeavour’d to find suitable persons out of whom you might select one to fill the vacancy...
The inclosed was lately sent me by Col: Newton to be forwarded to you. Since my last R. Evers Lee...
Genl. Scott having intimated to me his intention to visit the federal city, I take the liberty to...
I should have acknowledged the rect. of your favor containing a copy of yr. message to the...
I recd. yours of the 25. ulto. with one to Mr. de Cepede , this morning, when I also recd. my...
In my communications to Mr. Madison publick & private which you would see, I have been so full,...
I send you by Mr. Law a book from a Mr. Williams of this place who was presented to me by Mr....
Mr. Halsey a respectable citizen of R Island who has been some years in Europe, will have the...
My letters to Mr. Madison are so full on what concerns us, as to leave me little to add to you. I...
I am so far on my way to Madrid and on the point of recommencing my journey this morning. my...
Altho’ it is not yet decided whether I shall sail this fall or not to the UStates, as I most...
I wrote you lately by Col: Mercer, by whom I intended to have forwarded Carey’s letter respecting...