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Since mine of the 10th. I Recd from Govr. Sullivan a letter of the same date, on the subject of...
I have the honor, in compliance with your request, to submit to your consideration, my ideas...
By the last mail I recd. letters from two very respectable Gent. in the county of Essex, to whom...
17 April 1801, Washington. Forwards a letter addressed to the secretary of state which, when...
11 March 1802, Washington. Relates circumstances of the case of the vessel Mercator , “alledged...
I received your favor inclosing papers respecting the Bingham and Cabott cause and will pay...
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...
As the office which I have been honored with under the General Govt. will become vacant on the...
I have the honor to enclose to you the communications which I recd., yesterday, from the Spanish...
28 February 1803, Washington. Has examined Daniel Clark’s will and the accompanying papers...
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 despair of being able to form a decided opinion or one perfectly satisfactory to myself, from...
In a letter, by the last evening’s mail, covering the inclosed from a young friend its author, he...
26 May 1802, Washington. Gives opinion on the case of a Portuguese brig “which you did me the...
From the perusal, & reperusal of your Instructions for Capt. Lewis nothing of importance has...
The authority given, by law to grant patents is unquestionably confined to the citizens of the U....
I have the honor to submit to your consideration a summary result of my examination of the 3d...
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...
The inclosed, received by the last evening’s mail, from its extraordinary contents, I have felt...
As the accompanying, from their conciseness, will consume but eight, or ten minutes in their...
At the request of several of the decided friends to the national administration of the first...
The office with which I have been honored under your administration, was conferred without...
Perceiving by a paper, just received, that Mr Madison had arrived at Washington, I am reminded of...
26 March 1802, Washington. “In answer to your communications, as contained in the letter of the...
I ought to apologize for the many interlineations, and erasures in my letter respecting the Case...
I have the honor to forward for your consideration several setts of papers on subjects to which...
I have the honor to submit to your consideration my Ideas, generally, on the questions which...
29 October 1802, Worcester. Has considered the case of Captain Clifton, on which JM asked his...
I have considered the subject of the letter, referred to by your note of the 8th , with which I...
you will have learnt before this reaches you, that we have failed in electing a republican member...
In examining the charges against Govr. St. Clair and his defence, it is perceived, that an...
I met my family in health, after a journey of dispatch, and of course, some fatigue. At Hartford,...
It may be gratifying to learn the temper of friends, in distant parts of the Country. By the...
I hope a letter , some time since, directed to you at the seat of Govt. altho it contained no...
In the selfdenial which I have practiced for some time in forbearing to intrude for one moment on...
Since my last by a letter from Brown the Navy agent in Boston I have his accont of the...
The inclosed letter from the author of the former letters, would to me be too flattering, not to...
I have the honor to forward a letter recd by the last mail from the District attorney of Vermont...
Mr. John Waldo, letters from whom I have heretofore handed you soliciting for a Consulship, is...