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Owing to some accident I did not receive your letter of the 28. untill after Mr. Rush left me,...
Col: Hawkins, will accept the offer of agent, for the boundary under Porter; and there is reason...
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred several resolutions of the House of Representatives...
I have yours of the 12. Mr Rush and I shall set out for your house on friday eveng, with...
I have not seen Mr. Tazewell & therefore can add nothing to what I have already said respecting...
I send many letters recd. by this mail in favor of Mr. Beaseley, which I have not had time to...
I intended to have written you by the two last mails but was interrupted at the moment I had...
I enclose you a letter from Col Humphreys & also one from Col. Pike. I am glad to see by the...
The unceasing fall of rain has so broken in on my proposd visit to, & return from Washington, to...
I wished to obtain an interview with Bizet before I answer’d your favor of the 16th., that I...
I have yours of the 23d. Col: Aspinwall is desirous of obtaining the appointment to London as you...
I have received yours of the 21, & 19th. instt. On a closer inspection of the details from...
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the House of Representatives,...
A great number of small objects with the necessity I was under to answer some letters, prevented...
I have receivd yours of the 28th. april, from Monticello. The late events in France will...
I have receivd yours of the 29th. ulto: with the project of a letter in reply to adml. Cochrane....
I send you a letter from our ministers lately in London, and some from mr. Beasly, and a very...
I have this moment recd. a letter from Mr Hay, & several others from other persons, chiefly on...
We came here on sunday & shall proceed to Richmond the day after to morrow. We left Washington on...
Nothing new has occurrd since mine of yesterday. I have yours of the 5th. Mr Eustis has been with...
I found my family, except our gd. child, much recover’d from their indisposition. She is...
The instructions & coms., to Mr Shaler & the commodores, and letter to the dey were forwarded...
3 March 1813, Department of State. “The Secretary of State to whom was referred the Resolution of...
Your letter of the 20th. instant reached me yesterday morning. The subject which it presents to...
To all whom these Presents shall concern, Greeting. Reposing especial Trust and confidence in the...
8 April 1813, Charleston. “I am directed by Judge Drayton to forward to you, for the information...
The President cross’d the Potowk., after the affair of the 24th, accompanied by the attorney...
Having thought fit to commit to you the charge of borrowing on behalf of the United States, any...
To all whom these presents shall concern—Greeting: Reposing special Trust and confidence in the...