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I think you showd me last summer a note of the courses and distances, taken by M r R. Lewis , of...
I receivd lately the enclosed letter from ch: Carter in which he proposes to submit the question...
An unexpected change has taken place in my situation since I had last the pleasure to see you. an...
The bearer M r M c Cullock of Baltimore was introduc’d to me by a particular friend there, with a...
I have read with great interest & satisfaction your remarks on finance, which I return by the...
I had the pleasure to receive the letter which you forwarded to me through Col: Trumbull , & to...
From the date of my last letter to you the President has been ill of a bilious fever; of that...
I arrived here last night indisposed and must return in the stage to morrow or should have the...
It is with infinite satisfaction that I inform you of the arrival of mr Carroll yesterday from...
I expected to have had the pleasure of seeing you, more than a month past, and to have deliver’d...
J. M’s best respects to mr Jefferson. He encloses him a hand bill just receivd which seems to...
At the commencment of the war I was decidedly of your opinion, that the best disposition which...
M r Dortic mentioned in your favor of the 23 d ult o was furnishd with a passport, and a packet...
The President will communicate to day to the Congress , the discovery which has been lately made...
The letters to D r Jackson & mr Appleton received with yours of the 16 th shall be forwarded by...
The President’s health is rather improved since my last to you. He had a bad night, but his fever...
We have heard with equal astonishment and concern that Gen l Hull has surrender’d the army under...
m r Rush has just left me to bid you farewell, intending, when he departed, to set out on his...
I have the pleasure to return you your correspondence with the directors of the Rivanna company...
A M r Easterley who reminds me of a conversation with him in London some years past, has...
I intended calling on you to day, which I still hope to be able to do in the afternoon. Your...
It would give me real pleasure to be useful to m r arm i stead , for the reasons which you have...
It is not known that the British govt. has accepted the mediation of Russia; nothing has been...
The minister of France intending himself the honor of paying his respects to you at your...
24 December 1812, War Department. Proposes for JM’s approval various “Promotions in the Army of...
I am now on my return home, where I expect to arrive on friday next. I visited the white sulphur,...
§ From James Monroe. 16 December 1814, War Department. “The Senate having declined confirming the...
I arrived here this morning at 8 OClock, and have been since within 4 miles of Benedict, at...
I have yours of the 6th. I am willing & ready to act in either character alluded to. The effect...
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the Resolution of the House of Representatives of...