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I do myself the honor to inclose you two letters I have recieved in Consequence of the Death of...
I did myself the honor to inclose you a letter from Major Lenox recommending to the vacant...
Letters Such as the inclosed Shew with more truth the State of things at St. Louis than any...
I do myself the honor to send you a Copy of a letter I have this instant recieved from my friends...
I am about to ask of you a particular favor. Not an Office for any of my friends, but that you...
I do myself the honor to present to you Doctr. Davizeau, a Native of France who married & has...
You will do me the honor to recollect that Sometime in last Winter, I handed you an application...
I am honored with your letter & I perfectly correspond in opinion with you as to the Appointments...
I have this day recieved the inclosed letter from Genl. Wilkinson. I presume from the Postscript...
The Writer of the inclosed letter to me, Coll. William Lowry, is an excellent Tactition, has...
My Brother has gone this Morning to Baltimore, he has taken with him his Eldest Son, not quite...
I do myself the honor to Inclose you a letter recieved from Judge Davis.—The Territorial...
My Colleague Mr. Wright, informs me that he wishes the appointment (now Vacant) of the Associate...
Mr. Tracy’s motion for a Call for the Letter of Mr. Munroe has been under discussion & has been...
When in Balte. a few Days past, I mentioned to Capt. McLellan (of the Artillery) that Genl....
Agreeably to the request of Commodore Truxtun I do myself the honor of presenting his Sketch of...
I was led (by the Secretarys Report to the last Session of Congress) to believe that there was no...
My Son is personally acquainted with Mr. Irving to whom you have been So polite as to give a...
My Son Louis B. Smith has it in Contemplation to Spend the Winter at Madrid. will you do me the...
I do myself the honor to Send You the inclosed—Mr. Keene is a young Lawyer from this City, the...
The inclosed extract of a Letter (also from Mackenzie & Glennie) differs from that to Mr Taylor...
Interrogatories to be administered Samuel Smith Esquire of Baltimore in the State of Maryland a...
General Samuel Smith of Baltimore in [the] State of Maryland—A Witness sworn & examined apart the...
Permit me to return my Sincere thanks for the Appointment Conferred on Mr. Donaldson, I am...
25 May 1805, Baltimore. “My friends Mr. Barclay & Mr. Davis will perhaps Spend a Day or two at...
I have the honor to address you on a subject highly interesting to the Commerce and Agriculture...
I did myself the honor to recommend for your Attention Mr. James Lowrey Donaldson, a Gentleman of...
Mr. James Lowrey Donaldson, a young Gentleman of the Bar, of very handsome talents, has a...
2 March 1805 . “The inclosed proposition of a law was shewn by me to a number of our friends, who...
We are requested by Mr L Harris of St. Petersburg, to receive & forward to you, a Box containing...