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¶ From James Monroe. Letter not found. 3 February 1823 . Described as a three-page autograph...
I returnd to the city lately to receive our old friend General La Fayette, who after remaining...
My affairs in Albemarle, requiring my attendance there, again, before the meeting of Congress, &...
I have recd. yours of the 30th Jany. communicating the decision of Mr Lomax, to accept the office...
I regret to have to inform you of the death of Mr Wm. Burwell which took place on yesterday,...
I am so far on my route westward, after having extended my tour to the East, as far as Portland,...
I shall not be able to get from this place so soon as I expected. You well know how much is to be...
Mrs Douglas, with two of her daughters, having intimated their intention to visit Virginia, & to...
In the proceedings of Congress there is little interesting as yet. Some question will probably be...
I lately receiv’d the inclosed, from a gentleman residing in Bladensburg, who applies, for the...
I have the pleasure to inform you that the Senate has confirmd the nomination of Mr. Conway, to a...
I have yours of the 22d. ulto., communicating the purport of a letter to you, from H. Lee, at...
The enclosed from Mr Rush, will give you a view of our present relations with England. Retain...
I find that I omitted to send you a copy of my letter to Genl Jackson, yesterday, as I intended,...
I send you herewith the principal documents which have been printed since the commencment of the...
General King of the district of Maine in Massachusetts, being desirous, of making you a visit, I...
Permit me to present to your acquaintance Mr Owen, who proposes to make a visit to you & Mr...
The late session, considering the flourishing & happy condition of the country, has been...
The unfavorable state of the weather since my arrival here, has kept me so much confind, that I...
Mr. Livingston intimated to me some time since, his desire to hold with you and Mr. Jefferson,...
Mr Lawrance & Mr Jones of New York, young gentlemen of merit, well connected there, expressing a...
Since the receipt of your last letter, application has been made to me, from citizens at Leesburg...
I am anxious to know the state of your health, & whether it is such, as will enable you to attend...
I enclose you a copy of the letter to Genl. Jackson, of the 21st of octr. 1814. requested in your...
Col: Sullivan having intimated to me his intention to visit our University, and other parts of...
I have been detain’d here longer than I had expected that I should be, but hope & presume that I...
Mr Vaughan, with whose character you are I presume well acquainted, left this city lately on a...
I had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 2d. yesterday. We shall set out to morrow & be...
I receiv’d at Washington your letters respecting Mr. Lehre, Mr R. B. Lee & Mr Scott, and in...
Being very anxious to join and proceed with you to the University, to perform our duties there, I...
I had the pleasure to receive yours of the 20th. by yesday’s mail. The letter from the governor,...
Mr Sullivan, a son of the late Governor of that name, in Massachusetts, being desirous of...
The question as to the admission of Missouri into the union, which is still depending, will...
I send you within two papers which will give you the most full & correct information of the views...
I have had the pleasure to recieve your letter with one from Mr Lee, and regret that you should...
I have been since my return here, so incessantly engaged in the most interesting business, that I...
I receivd your kind letter, with the information, respecting my acct., with the estate of our...
I have just receiv’d yours of the 23.d., and by the same mail, a second, from Judge Brooke, the...
I have receivd your letter of the 18th. communicating a project of Mr Johnson, for carrying into...
We heard with great regret of your serious indisposition, but were relieved from anxiety, by a...
I receiv’d lately your letter of the 9th. & intended to have answer’d it, by the mail of...
Had I receiv’d your letter respecting Mr. Robt. Taylor, before the appointment of General Pegram...
Mr Elliott Cresson a very respectable citizen of Philadelphia, with whom I became acquainted...
I enclose you the letter to Mrs Madison, which I omitted to take with me on my late visit, as I...
Mr Ticknor & mr Webster, both of whom are well known personally to you, intending to make a visit...
I send you a copy of the message which has just been sent in to Congress. The affair with Spain...
I enclosed you yesterday, a copy of the message, & now send another, rather in larger print. I...
I have yours of Decr. 2d. with the papers enclosed, relating to the application of Mr J. B....
It is painful for me to pass you, but some private concerns, & particularly the expectation of...
Since my last the fever has left me, and the cold diminished, so that I hope in a few days, to be...