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I duly recd. your letter of the 17th ulto. in answer to mine of the 7th; informing me that you...
As you are the President of an Agricultural Society, you doubtless read some Agricultural papers,...
I duly received, and am greatly obliged by your interesting letter of the 6th in answer to mine...
As no act of the Congress of the Thirteen United American Colonies was so distinguished as that...
You will recollect that Gibbon, in his history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire,...
I have repeatedly applied to the secretary of the navy to obtain the discharge of a minor of the...
The two nominations of an associate judge of the supreme court to fill the seat vacated by the...
I have just received from your office a letter covering a copy of one dated the 10th instant from...
Mr. Pickering is requested by Major Burnham to present the inclosed bill to Mr. Jefferson, for...
Mr. Pickering presents his compliments to Mr. Jefferson, and thanks him for the ear of Osage...
Accustomed to act as a sense of duty urges; as most would think, with too little regard to...
Mr. Pickering begs leave to inform Mr. Jefferson, that on returning yesterday to his lodgings, he...
Agreeably to the conversation of last Saturday, Colo. Pickering presents for Mr. Jefferson’s...
Mr. Pickering presents his respects to the President, and returns the copy of Crozat’s grant from...
Mr. Pickering has the honour to return to the President his memoir on the northern boundary of...
Mr. Pickering presents his respects to the President of the United States, and submits to his...
An inquiry concerning the Northern Boundaries of Canada & Louisiana  By the tenth article of the...
Mr. Pickering presents his respects to the President, and requests the loan of Crozat’s grant of...
I hoped to have seen you on my way hither; but the distance at which you were from the place of...
The assertion of the Jacobins, that you are an aristocrat & a Monarchist, is not new: But at a...
13 June 1801, Easton, Pennsylvania. Forwards a packet of papers pertaining to the claims of the...
Mr Joseph Dennie, now of Philadelphia, has more than once observed to me, that he had never the...
When in Philadelphia, last winter, Mr. James Yard of that city, reminded me of an assurance given...
After an absence of four months in the Woods I returned hither on the evening of the 10th...
I have at this instant received your letter without date, but stamped at the postoffice in NYork...
The Secretary of State has the honor to lay before the President of the United States, letters...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter dated last Saturday, stating that “as you...
The inclosed letter dated February 26. 1800, from Jacob Mayer, Consul of the United States at...
The Secretary of State has the honor to lay before the President of the United States a letter...
We have considered the question of renewing the commercial intercourse of the United States with...