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Letter not found. 16 July 1810. Acknowledged in Monroe to JM, 25 July 1810 . Concerns the...
If I did not misunderstand you when in Washington the Gardener Beza, was not now engaged or...
I may perhaps consult too much my own wishes public & personal, and too little a proper estimate...
I have recd. your letter of the 23d. and learn with much pleasure that you are not disinclined to...
I have the pleasure this moment of receiving yours of the 29th. inst: I am particularly glad to...
Altho’ I have expressed a hope that you would leave Richmond before a Commission of Secretary of...
I just find by the letters from W. that you had at length been liberated from your detention...
I snatch the opportunity by the bearer of yours of this date, to send to the Ct. House for the...
Among the papers herewith inclosed are letters from the Govt. at Santa fee, and among these one...
I ascribe to the heat of the weather my not having yet had the pleasure of your promised visit....
Mr. Hamilton from the John Adams reached me yesterday. He reposes to day, and will be with you...
I have just recd. your favor of this date. I need not express the perfect confidence I feel in...
It has so happened that the above &c did not come to my knowledge till the arrival of the bearer....
The letter from Acheson, should be known in some of its contents. I inclose it to you for reasons...
I recd. yours of the 2d. inst: last night. Your observations on the policy called for by the...
I recd. last evening your favor of the 4th: with a subsequent note covering a letter from Mr....
I have recd. yours of the 6th. I am sorry to find that Pike confides so little in our prospects....
I have this moment recd. yours of the 8th. & 9th. A failure in the mail, occasioned the recet. of...
Not a word from abroad, or the West, since you left us. Dearborn has still one eye on Montreal,...
Still without authentic information from Abroad. The Halifax papers expect Adml. Warren with a...
The views with which the U.S. entered into the war, necessarily dispose them to a just peace. The...
I have recd. yours of the 18th. by Mr. Mercer and have weighed as well as I could the pros & cons...
I have recd your letter on the subject of Wyer. He puts both himself & us in an awkward position....
I am just favored with yours of the 12th. which was due yesterday, but the mail it seems lost a...
I return the papers brought me from the Dept. of State by the mail of this morning. If it be...
I have recd. your favors of the 16 & 17. The communication of de Forrest is extremely...
I return the papers relating to Yeaton, with the opinion of the attorney general on the case....
I return the letter from Mr. Skinner to Genl. Mason, which merits attention as a circumstancial...
I this moment receive your favor of the 30th. It gives me much pleasure, that you have so soon...
I am just favored with yours of Aug. 31. In allotting Genl. Pinkney to take charge of the...