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I yesterday received a letter from my mother, painting an embarrassment in one of my father’s...
The inclosed letter is from Charlton. If you approve it, let the sum be settled in what I owe you...
The attorney general of the U.S. has the honor of submitting to the secretary of state his...
I shall make a statement of my account with Mr. Mazzei, as soon as I return home; and will...
As the terms for an arrangement, including Mr. Short’s claim on me, will soon be perfected with...
I beg leave to remind your excellency of the situation of John Dean, a supposed fugitive from the...
The return of Warder’s bills under protest has embarrassed me so much, as to make me request the...
Reflecting upon what I wrote this morning respecting the capture, made by the unarmed countrymen,...
A Perhaps the Secretary of State, revising the expression of this member of the sentence, will...
1. I cannot discover any existing authority, to make the deed to Pennsylvania . Congress must be...
The answer of the attorney general of the United States to the question propounded to him by the...
Mr. J. rightly supposed, that the approbation of E.R. was by mistake written upon the answer to...
The requisition of departure is, in my judgment, expressed in the most accurate and satisfactory...
Judge Wilson, to whom application was made for a citation in the writ of error, desired in...
Being on the point of my departure for Philadelphia, I have only time to inform your excellency,...
A Man has 3500 £ P.C. to pay in instalments of 500£ each beginning 1. Oct: 1795, and continuing...
I do myself the honor of returning to your Excellency the papers referred to me, respecting the...
The question is, whether any punishment can be inflicted on persons, treating with the Indian...
Mr. James Lownes, of this place, is about to visit Monticello, upon a subject, interesting to...
I have been forbidden by an unusual sensation in my head for some time past, to write a line,...
Gilmer, not being able to attend the Convention the other Day, when the Delegates were chosen,...
Immediately upon my receipt of your request to execute a deed to for M r Mazzei’s property in...
When I came lately into office, I found two letters from your excellency to my predecessor...
Edm: Randolph presents his respectful compliments to Mr. Jefferson; and will thank him to assign...
I suspect from the communication of the British Minister, dated on the 18th. of february 1792,...
Memoranda Neither of the two cases is cognizable in the U.S. criminaliter ; because they arose...
E. Randolph informs his friend Mr. Jefferson, that he shall by the mail of tuesday next, put into...
The existence of the bill is, I believe, unquestionable. I remember to have heard my uncle speak...
Would it be amiss to anticipate a suspicion, that the paper, mentioned in the 6th. line, was...
Many unforeseen accidents, and particularly a long indisposition have occasioned the delay, which...
You will perceive from the two letters marked A and B, of which I enclose copies, that the...
I was much distressed on the receipt of your late favor by Mrs. Randolph, to find your...
I have examined the papers which you did me the honor of submitting to me yesterday, on the...
Mr. Wilson, after a consultation with his brethren, has allowed Pagan’s writ of error . No...
Your friendly overture of a correspondence; altho’ written on the 31st. Ulto. , did not reach me...
Will you be so good as to tell me what answer to give to the interrogatory in the last sentence...
As your excellency and the council probably have not access to Vattel, on whose doctrines this...
E. Randolph, with best respects, to Mr. Jefferson. Yesterday your suit with Johnson was tried;...
Does not Marius on bills of exchange (p. 29) give satisfaction as to your bill; which I...
I can never believe, that the impeachment of Mr. G. should be drawn from any other sources, than...
A cursory reading suggests for consideration the following hints. The above observations are too...
This morning I had the honor of receiving the letter of Mr. Van Berckel , with its inclosures...
A Perhaps the Secretary of State, revising the expression of this member of the sentence, will...
I took the liberty of inclosing to you about ten days ago a farther representation, and some...
I wished to have said a word to you in private; but being prevented this morning, I must beg your...
Philadelphia, 22 Feb. 1792. “The visit of respect, which is due to-day, it was my most earnest...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). Unsigned but in Randolph’s hand. Addressed by him to “The honble....
I thank you for your favor of the 10th. inst. from Orange. Colo. Nicholas in a late letter to me...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). Unsigned but in Randolph’s hand. Cover addressed by him to “The honble...
I returned home three or four days ago, under the vexatious operation of a quartan. I have been...