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Your letter of the 5th. instant came to my hands yesterday afternoon, and the mail will depart in...
In the course of my reflexions on the subject on which I had the honor in my last letter...
The idea I lately took the liberty to suggest may have appeared visionary and strange, but on...
21 April 1804, Purveyor’s Office. “I have taken pains to procure information whether I could...
H. Miller. Muhlbg No. 1. H. M. Supervisor of the Reve. Latimer No. 2. The collector of the...
I add to the paper No. 1 the two inclosed papers. You will excuse their rough form and the...
I find it to be a fact, that a family connexion of a person, who accuses ABurr, expresses his...
It is manifest to every person, who reflects on the affairs of the United States, that the...
Cotton The present crisis again draws into consideration the important agricultural production...
The situation of the United States has become very uncomfortable, and presents disagreeable...
7 June 1805, Philadelphia . “Shortly before Mr. Adams[’]s mission of Messrs. Gerry, Pinckney &...
I wrote you a note by yesterdays mail, without signature, date of place or year, putting at foot...
Under all the circumstances of the times, in Europe & America, the tendency of things to the...
1) On the State of external affairs in February 1807. Every faithful and reflecting friend to the...
Mr. Jacob Meyer, who was lately our consul in French St. Domingo is going to Washington upon some...
I take the liberty of mentioning to you that I am informed Genl. Muhlenberg has given to one of...
I had the honor to furnish you lately with some Abstracts (in my hand writing) from a paper...
To James Madison, Esquire, Secretary of State the memorial & petition of Tench Coxe, a citizen of...
A british armed brig of 10 guns, & I believe about 250 Tons has been this afternoon crippled &...
I wrote by the mail of last evening in reply to your letter of the 17th. that the two places...
I have the honor to inclose to you an extract from a letter from Silas Dinsmore, Indian agent of...
From a desire to cultivate the public interests and honor of the United States I prepared, soon...
I observe that the death of Judge Patterson of New Jersey is announced in the papers of this day....
In the letter I had the Honor to address to you on the subject of the packages of books and...
Letter not found. 7 May 1804. Mentioned by Coxe in his docket of JM to Coxe, 3 May 1804 , as a...
It has appeared to be of great importance to public impression to get the inclosed (Chaps. 66...
An eminent Merchant of this city has lately communicated to me some information upon the subject...
When your message to the legislature announced the idea of the abolition of the internal...
Note on the act of the President of the United States of the — of — 1801. relative to the...
When I had the honor to write you upon the subject of an appointment, I did it with great...
A small addition is proposed to the note by the mail of monday & wednesday from Pha. to Washn....
§ From Tench Coxe. 29 November 1805, Philadelphia. “I am honored with your letter relative to the...
Mr. Coxe has the honor respectfully to submit to the inofficial perusal of Mr. Jefferson, a part...
I have been requested to transmit to you the papers in relation to Mr. William Griffith...
I have sent to our greater seaports from New Orleans to Portsmouth N. H. to different friends,...
British blockade by mere notification-- Russian--do. Not to produce a fall of the blockade plan...
The recent advices from Europe have produced effects upon the mercantile body, of which I presume...
3 April 1804, Purveyor’s Office. “As I am not possessed of the account of Mr. Stevens, and am...
I find myself greatly impressed with the idea of the recent inroad of G. Britain upon neutral...
An original letter from a house of the first character in Liverpool, of the 7th. Ulto. is now in...
The temper of the two great combinations of European powers towards each other at this time is...
Ca. 11–16 Apr. 1805 . “I have the honor to write to you in consequence of an application from Mr....
The great importance of the Florida and Louisiana Business has occasioned me to trouble you with...
The account of the death of the late worthy collector of this port will probably reach you with...
3 February 1804, Purveyor’s Office. Has just acknowledged receipt of the U.S. treasurer [Thomas...
Knowing the attachment to freedom and humanity, which mark your character I feel a solicitude to...
18 June 1805, Philadelphia . “On my return from a short visit to my family, I had the honor to...
The subject on which I have lately exposed my sentiments to you is so important in itself and so...
I hope the communications I have taken the liberty to make on the subject of Colonel Burrs affair...
I have this day the honor of your respected favor of the 21st. instant. Permit me to assure you,...