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The prize Ship Betsy Cathcart, in June 1796, with a British cargo on board, in her passage from...
This will be handed you by a member of Congress from the State of Massachusets. Mr. Bidwile’s...
+  considering the great captiousness of the opposition, I respectfully, suggest for...
The Newspaper accounts of the proceedings of the Legislature of Mass., during the present...
I recieved yours of August 22 while attending the Council at Boston. I possessed previously a...
with the letter, and the associated papers from Mr Porter, and three from Gent. in Alexandria...
I have in vain searched, and untill wearied with the pursuit, for some authority from the...
Your pleasing favor of March 23 reached me last evening, by the way of Boston. I was prepared to...
We are now reposing from our electioneering conflict. The struggle has been, in general, severe &...
It is from duty and inclination that I now write. After some accidental & unexpected delays on...
The Address. relieved from the danger— 2 page—3 line Quere—if the word from had not better be...
Major Brocier a Gent. of this town is, this moment with me, on the wing for the city of...
By the chronicle, received yesterday, we have learnt the fate of Mr Morton’s motion in the...
The names, agt Worcester, in the memorandum were intended for commissioners of bankruptcy;—...
I have the honor of stating my ideas on the subject submitted to my consideration by your favor...
On the reception of your note yesterday, I waited on Mr Gallatin with the inclosed. He was so...
I have been gratified by the reading of the abstract of those Ethical and religious doctrines,...
I cannot deny myself the pleasure of congratulating you on the result of our late election. My...
I omitted to mention that there was a mistake in making out the commission for Ray Greene of...
In my endeavours to forget my friends at Washington, & to transfer and fix my attention to...
I have examined the questions referred to my consideration by your note of yesterday —By the...
After the utmost attention which I have been able to pay to the questions , respecting the...
Since my last , has been received your’s of the 26th & 28 of August. The former was read with...
I have the honor of communicating to you the result of an examination of the documents submitted...
The Letter from Mr. Callender inclosed to me by Morton as also Mr Morton’s I do myself the honor...
I had the honor of recg. yours of the 10th, this morning. It is much to be regreted, that Mr...
There can, I think, be but little difficulty in determining on the theory and general principles...
Deeming it of importance that you should know, as fully as possible, the state of the public...
I have perused, and reperused with increased satisffaction the proposed message which you did me...
By the inclosed, from Mr Russel you will perceive the situation in which he places himself—I have...
On examining the charges against Governor St. Clair, and his defence, unaccompanyed with any...
The day before yesterday, I took the liberty to write to the Secy of the treasury respecting the...
By yours of the 12th mentioning a former letter which I have since had the honor of receiving, I...
Your favor of the 30th ulto. was duly recd. I have to reproach myself with a neglect in not...
Since mine of the 10th. I Recd from Govr. Sullivan a letter of the same date, on the subject of...
By the last mail I recd. letters from two very respectable Gent. in the county of Essex, to whom...
I have the honor to acknowledge the reception of your favor of the 16th ult. Absence from...
Permit me to introduce to your notice the bearer Coll. Hatch from this state. He is a gent of...
The inclosed is a poem spoken by my 2d son on the last commencement at Harvard College—The...
It is to be feared, that I shall be too troublesome. But deeming it of importance tht. the...
I had the honor of receiving your interesting favor of the 19th. ult. It came safely & duly to...
Mr Lincoln’s best respects to the President. he has no doubt of the propriety & utility, as it...
In the hasty consideration, which I have been able to give to the verbal communication which I...
In a letter, by the last evening’s mail, covering the inclosed from a young friend its author, he...
From the perusal, & reperusal of your Instructions for Capt. Lewis nothing of importance has...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance Mr. Jonathan Russell of Providence, whose name I have...
I have thought it my duty to submit to your consideration two letters, addressed to the...
I have the honor to enclose a letter which I recd some time since respecting the continuence of...
Sir I have carefully considered the subject you did me the honor of submiting to my attention....
I ought to dismiss all scruples, and apprehensions respecting the constitutionality of the...