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In the Course of public business it has been my lot and duty to meet a gentleman, who held a...
Dear Sir Very pressing business of the Army & indian department, with some other circumstances &...
I beg you to excuse the liberty & the inconvenience of this application, & to believe that...
The immense objects, for which the nations of Europe began to contend at the Commencement of the...
I had the honor to receive your letter of the 27th. Ultimo, and as I consider it to be your...
24 April 1801, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Recommends E. Forman and Samuel White for clerkships. If...
Because of Tench Coxe’s efforts on behalf of the Republican party in the Pennsylvania...
I hope the extraordinary time will afford an excuse for offering to you the inclosed notes. They...
(Private) There are many symptoms of foreign and domestic eagerness upon the subject of the...
Being this day informed that the death of the late worthy Collector of this Port has taken place,...
I find among my collection of documents in relation to our foreign trade a book full of tables,...
The subject of naval power is agitated every day in our seaports, Towns, because the Editors of...
17 January 1804, Philadelphia. “Mr. Thomas Benger of the County of Philadelphia goes to...
Since I had the honor to address you on the India trade, I am informed, that Great Britain has...
The proclamation is well received here by a very large proportion of the community. It is however...
It is proper that the Government should understand the language held in so important a city as...
I am honored with your letter containing the communication of the 5th. Jany. 1804 and the other...
A gentleman of this place called upon me to day and stated to me the receipt of a letter by him...
10 November 1804, Purveyor’s Office. “I have the honor to transmit you a Note of the monies...