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I arriv’d here a few days since to press on the legislature of this State a seperation of the...
The arrangment in our foreign affairs begins at length to assume some form. Upon whatever ground...
Letter not found. 28 April 1786. Mentioned in JM’s letter to Monroe, 13 May 1786 , and Monroe’s...
I enclose a copy of the journals so far as they are printed. They contain nothing you will find...
Your favor of the 9th. reach’d me a few days since. Mine by the last post advis’d you of my...
As you will be on the ground or convenient to it for negotiating further engagments on the Mohawk...
I have not heard from you lately but hope it hath not arisen from ill-health. Two days since we...
I have recd. yr. favor of the 27. of Novr. in answer to mine of the 15th. My last gave you the...
Since my last a report proposing a change in the first paragraph of the 9th. of the articles of...
Since my last a letter has been recd. from Mr. Jay to the following effect “that difficulties had...
I arriv’d here the evening of the day I left you & found Mrs. Monroe & the family well. They...
I have lately seen Taylor—he has a right to 4,000 acres of land in an undivided tract of 40.000...
You recd. I hope by the last post a small cypher from me. At fort Stanwix you were necessarily...
I have been favor’d with yours covering a letter to Mr. Thomson which I shall deliver him in the...
I had the pleasure to receive yours from Phila. yesterday but so late that I cod. not answer it...
Letter not found. 16 February 1786. In this letter, mentioned in JM’s letter of 19 March 1786 to...
Your favor of the 12th. of April accompanied with the cypher I receiv’d yesterday. The...
My professional duties have taken me from the political scene here, so that I have it not in my...
I was favor’d with yours by Mr. Blair, and a late one covering one from Mr Jefferson a few days...
I was favor’d with yours of the 14. two or three days past. The apology is rather due from those...
It has occur’d to G. & myself to propose to Congress that negotiations be carried on with Spn....
Since my last we have been from day to day upon the business wh. engag’d us when you were here....
I was favord with yours upon my return a few days since from the districts of Staunton &...
I arriv’d last night & found only six States present. Mr. Hancock we hear is on the road & will...
In my last I advis’d you of the point to wh. seven States had brought the business. After...
I enclose you a paper wh. will give you a state of the representation of the States, beside wh....
I have lately heard nothing from you nor indeed from Richmond. I shod. suspect it arose from the...
I have had hopes of being able to give you something from the proceedings of the Assembly of an...
It wod. have always suited me for you to pay the sum I am in advance for you in New York the last...
Yours of the 4th. inst. I have recd. Congress are now closely engag’d in very important business....