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Ja s Monroe ’s best respects to M r Jefferson . He has the pleasure to send him the Edinburg...
It has been intimated to me by unquestionable authority, that a visit by you to Col: Walker would...
I do not know what particular fact or circumstance can have given rise to the apprehension lately...
A M r Easterley who reminds me of a conversation with him in London some years past, has...
I called the day after the rec t of your letter on m r Jefferson and made the offer of y r...
I wished to obtain an interview with Bizet before I answer’d your favor of the 16th., that I...
I arrived here last night indisposed and must return in the stage to morrow or should have the...
I have the pleasure to return you your correspondence with the directors of the Rivanna company...
Your letter of the 20th. instant reached me yesterday morning. The subject which it presents to...
I have received your letter of the 26th instant. Its contents are very satisfactory to me. The...
An unexpected change has taken place in my situation since I had last the pleasure to see you. an...
The minister of Russia , Count Pahlen & his brother , having intimated their intention to make...
I have had the honor to receive your letter of the 25. ulto. in which you are so good as to...
M r Dortic mentioned in your favor of the 23 d ult o was furnishd with a passport, and a packet...
I arrived here late yesterday eving. having taken Richmond in my route. I had the great...
The incapacity for business produc’d by so long an application to it at Washington, has been...
Mr Gales’s notice of the publication in the Aurora relative to Mr Foster was precisely what it...
Some very interesting domestick concerns which could not well be postponed, seconded by the state...
The dispatches from France & England have kept me constantly occupied since their receit...
Permit me to submit to your consideration a subject of peculiar delicacy. It is to suggest a...
I have had the Honor to receive your Letter of the 28th ult. covering one to your Son the...
A circumstance has occurr’d with which it may be useful for you to be made acquainted , with,...
The Secretary of State to whom was referred the Resolution of the Senate requesting information...
This letter represents the cases of the Catharine & Julian, as proofs that the Berlin & Merlin [...
The President will communicate to day to the Congress , the discovery which has been lately made...
I recd. the enclosed on my return home. Be so good as read it, & return it by the bearer. I am...
The Secretary of State to whom was referred the Resolution of the Senate of the 4th. March last,...
An accident lately occurr’d which has given me great concern. The inclosed letter was received,...
We arrived here on sunday last, & had the good fortune to meet Mr Hay & our daughter on their way...
It was our intention to have passed a day with you & your family while I was in the county, but...
We have heard with equal astonishment and concern that Gen l Hull has surrender’d the army under...
Nothing new is recd. from England; or France. Mr Baker will remain at Fredericktown or some other...
I send within a letter from Mr Russell & one from Mr Beasley, which are of no great importance...
I send by the mail a communication from the chr de onis, which was presented to me by mr Chacon....
I enclose you a letter from Col Humphreys & also one from Col. Pike. I am glad to see by the...
Nothing new has occurrd since mine of yesterday. I have yours of the 5th. Mr Eustis has been with...
I have yours of the 6th. I am willing & ready to act in either character alluded to. The effect...
I have nothing from you to day. Col Cass has arrivd & gives the same acct. heretofore recd. from...
I have yours of the 8th. Having been engaged the whole day in communication with Col. Huntington...
Finding by your letter recd yesterday that you would set out on that or this day, & probably be...
I have just received yours of the 21st. Smiths pretention is entirely unfounded. A major genl. in...
I set out today, but being forc’d thro Caroline by some private concerns with the family of my...
M r Russell has arrived at New York & is expected here in a day or two. He made the second...
Ca. 17 December 1812. Lists proposed appointments in the U.S. Army from North Carolina,...
The Secretary of State to whom was referred the Resolution of the House of Representatives of the...
24 December 1812, War Department. Proposes for JM’s approval various “Promotions in the Army of...
8 January 1813, War Department. Forwards “copies of the several letters which have passed between...
15 January 1813. Proposes for JM’s “approbation the enclosed appointments in the Army of the...
25 January 1813. “The Secretary of State to whom was referred the Resolution of the Senate of the...
By the enclosed communication from General Dearborn, it appears, that Genl Prevost declines the...