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28 September 1803, London . Introduces the bearer, Mr. Halsey, “a respectable citizen” of Rhode...
Upon my return home the other day after the close of the Chancery term, I found a letter from you...
I send you the report in the case of genl. winder which I rejoice to find is an honorable...
You will receive within a copy of a note recd. yesterday Evening from Mr. OReilly of Phila., of...
The acting Secretary of State to whom was referred the Resolution of the House of Representatives...
We heard with great regret of your serious indisposition, but were relieved from anxiety, by a...
The Secretary of State to whom was referred the Resolution of the Senate requesting information...
I believe the ship is almost ready to sail, but that her detention to sunday will not expose me...
I receiv’d lately your letter of the 9th. & intended to have answer’d it, by the mail of...
I recd. notice of my recall in Novr., Mr. Pinckney arrived here in decr. & I took my leave of...
Mr. Purviance to whom we commit the treaty which we have lately concluded with the British...
In compliance with the resolution of the Senate of the 26 inst, I have the honor to transmit...
I intended to have written you by the two last mails but was interrupted at the moment I had...
I saw Mr. de Neuville to day and explained the cause, why, the article was not sent to the press....
Since my last nothing material has occurr’d here or in any other quarter that has come to my...
An unhappy event has occurr’d which has overwhelmed us with grief. At ten last night our beloved...
I have yours of the 26th. of decr (private[)] with those which accompanied it. No change of any...
My professional duties have taken me from the political scene here, so that I have it not in my...
Although the negotiation with which we are charged with the Government of Spain is only in the...
I was favor’d with yours of the 14. two or three days past. The apology is rather due from those...
I dined yesterday with the Minister of foreign relations in Company with my colleague, Mr....
Mr Gales’s notice of the publication in the Aurora relative to Mr Foster was precisely what it...
I fear that it will not be in my power to leave this for the present. Several of our friends have...
I enclose you the letter to Mrs Madison, which I omitted to take with me on my late visit, as I...
Since my last we have been from day to day upon the business wh. engag’d us when you were here....
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the Resolution of the House of Representatives of...
The Spanish officer to whom the enclosed papers relate, having obtaind an interview, presented...
As my letters to Mr Pinkny & Mr Gallatin are partially concluded, and little is to add to that to...
Mr Ticknor & mr Webster, both of whom are well known personally to you, intending to make a visit...
I have seen Genls Swartwout & Porter, the first last night & both this morning. They express the...
§ From James Monroe. 10 October 1814, War Department. “I have the honor to lay before you a list...
This will be presented to you by Mr. Davis a very respectable young man from the State of...
The enclosed give a very unpleasant prospect in regard to our affairs with Engd. The part of Mr...
I had began a long letter to you in cypher, it appearing the British have commenc’d seizing my...
I am now on my return home, where I expect to arrive on friday next. I visited the white sulphur,...
25 January 1813. “The Secretary of State to whom was referred the Resolution of the Senate of the...
Genl. winder will be in town, perhaps at McLeods this morning, if he is not already there. I am...
I send you a copy of the message which has just been sent in to Congress. The affair with Spain...
15 January 1813. Proposes for JM’s “approbation the enclosed appointments in the Army of the...
The dispatches from France & England have kept me constantly occupied since their receit...
I have yours of the 15th. and write merely to inform you that nothing new has occurrd, since...
I have just returned home from an attendance on the courts at Fredbg & Richmond & promise myself...
I recd. yours with the communications lately forwarded to you from France, by the mail of this...
I enclosed you yesterday, a copy of the message, & now send another, rather in larger print. I...
You promised to send me the documents which I left in your hands when at Washington as soon as...
The day being unfavorable I think it probable you will not get further than occoquan this...
I have yours of Decr. 2d. with the papers enclosed, relating to the application of Mr J. B....
§ From James Monroe. 23 February 1815, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to propose...
It is painful for me to pass you, but some private concerns, & particularly the expectation of...
The enclosed plan for raising 20.000 men in New York, was submitted to my view yesterday by Genl...