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Lieutt: Parker of the Navy has kindly offered to take charge of a packet for you, and will renew...
I send you a pamphlet for Yourself & one for the Secretary of State which you’ll please to...
Mr. Latimer, Son of the Collector, of the Port of Philada: & Mr: Neal, a gentleman of this place,...
This letter will be received by you from the hand of Horace Binney—You know him—He knows you—What...
The Statement in this morning’s paper on the subject of a certain nomination, is in some degree...
After I had closed my letter of yesterday and delivered it at the Coffee house, I received your...
I have only time to say that after the severe frost of last night & the night before, I conceived...
By tomorrows Mail I shall send you a power of Atty to receive the interest due upon the Stock...
I left Berlin the 30th: ulto., and made rather a circuitous journey to this place, where I...
Yours of the 25th: is just recd: and with it a number of pamphlets & a letter from my Mother—All...
Your favors of the 24th: and 27th: ulto: are duly received. It seems not to be understood here,...
I had closed my letter of this date and delivered it to a person going to town, but afterwards...
I wrote you soon after my arrival here that I expected to take passage with Captain Jenkins of...
I enclose you a receipt from Watson for your last pr of Pentaloons, and Mr: Lynch’s receipt for...
I enclosed you by the Mail of this day yesterday a Substitute power of Attorney to receive the...
I enclose you a letter for Mrs: Miller, who is gone to Boston with Captain Murray & Miss...
Your’s of the 6th: saluted me on my return from a little excursion on a visit to the Bishop’s &...
I received your’s of the 10th: yesterday & am obliged to you for giving me so early information...
Your favor of the 6th: currt. is at hand. It is true, that I mistook the statement in your...
Your favor of the 19th: instt: is before me, with the enclosure for Judge Cushing, which I shall...
The morning after you left this place, the Aurora was filled with five columns & an half, from T....
Your favors of the 8th: & 9th: instt: with sundry enclosures & pamphlets came to hand this day;...
I have had the pleasure of seeing and perusing two or three letters from you to my Father and Mr....
I have your letters of 30th: ult & 3d currt: for which I thank you—The letter, which has so...
Your very acceptable favor of the 14th: currt: was received by me 10 days after its date, at...
I have scarcely heard of you since my return excepting once through Mr: Johnson, and as I had...
I spoke with Judge Cushing yesterday on the subject of your application for the clerkship of the...
I have your’s of the 25th. and am satisfied with your account of certain matters & things, which...
Mr: Charles D Coxe, the bearer, is going to the seat of Government to make interest for a...
I thank you for your favor of the 4th: and the enclosures therewith for my brother. Although one...