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I have the honor of herewith transmitting to you, for your acceptance, an impression of the...
In reply to your letter of the 25th of this month, just received, I have no hesitation in stating...
Baltimore, May 31, 1789. Acknowledges receipt of a letter from Hamilton enclosing “a Bond from...
Your application to me in favor of Capt Du Buisson was highly acceptable and required no kind of...
The Bearer is kind enough to take Charge of a Packet of Letters brot out by a Flag, all private....
Hardly any thing has come out to Day. No Passes have been granted from Town. Some Ladies who got...
I have been so unfortunate as to have a Relapse of a Fever, with which I was confin’d some Time...
I am honoured with yours of the 4th ulto to Our House, now desolved by the death of my worthy...
Permit me to inform you, that I shall be happy in Obtaining an appointment in the Judicial...
I have the Honor to request that you will be pleased to send me an order on the Director of the...
I have received from a friend intimations which induce me to think that the son of G. Christie is...
3 August 1802, Navy Department. Acknowledges JM’s letter of 29 July and informs him that...
5 April 1803, Navy Department. Encloses a letter “this day received” from Israel Whelen in reply...
11 May 1803, Navy Department. Encloses for JM’s information a copy of a letter to Mackenzie and...
13 April 1804, Navy Department. “Immediately on receiving your letter of 30 ult —I called on Capn...
21 April 1804, Navy Department. “I enclose a letter from John Tilden to me [not found]. “There...
28 April 1804, Navy Department. “I have the honor to enclose an estimate of the value of the...
28 May 1804, Navy Department. “We are in want of a Set of the Laws of the United States for...
§ From Robert Smith. 3 July 1805, Navy Department. “Will you be pleased to send me an order on...
§ From Robert Smith. 23 January 1806, Navy Department. “I have the honor herewith to conclose [...
§ From Robert Smith. 6 March 1806, Navy Department. “I enclose for your perusal a copy of a...
The enclosed sketch of my proposed answer to Mr Erskine I yesterday morning gave to Mr Gallatin...
The enclosed papers shew the temper of the B. Govt. with respect to our late arrangement with Mr...
The papers by the Northern Mail of this day just received I hasten to forward to you. They are...
I have received your favor of the 27h. It would seem that Mr Erskine has taken great liberties...
You will perceive that the enclosed papers from Gov. Claiborne state a Case, which has not been...
The enclosed is the only Original despatch which has been received by Mr Jackson. Not having time...
You will herewith receive copies of letters which I have received from Erskine & Jackson and my...
9 October 1809, Department of State. Expresses regret that British government has disavowed the...
19 October 1809, Department of State. Answers Jackson’s letter of 11 Oct. by explaining the...