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Letter not found. 27 June 1812, Baltimore. Offered for sale in Swann Auction Galleries Catalogue...
I am not able to tell you how much pleasure I have received from the kind Letter which you did me...
I regret sincerely that my professional Engagements here are so pressing and importunate as to...
I thought it possible that the Hornet would touch at Cowes—although I gave no order to that...
I beg your permission to mention to you that Mr. William Kilty calculates upon losing his office...
As Mr. Erving leaves Town early in the Morning and it is now past Midnight I have scarcely Time...
I have only this Moment seen your obliging Invitation to Dinner for Monday last. It was left in...
I do not perceive that the General Government could well interfere upon the subject of the...
As I know you take an Interest in the Views & opinions of our Friends in England I take the...
I beg Leave to say that I wrote on the 24h. Instant a Letter to you, explanatory of my Motives...
Will you permit me to make known to you a young Gentleman (Mr. Robert Walsh Junr. of Baltimore)...
The Case of Livingston ag’ Dorgenoy (formerly Marshall of the Territory of orleans) now depending...
I had intended to write you a very tedious Letter; but I have no longer Time to do so—as it is...
30 June 1812, Baltimore. Wishes to mention his “young Friend, John Hare Powell, who, now that War...
I have received from Mr. Brougham, with whose high Character you are acquainted, the enclosed...
I had the Honour to receive, late last night , the Letter which you were so good as to write to...
It has been mentioned to me as possible that the Gentleman who now holds the office of Marshall...
A Bill appears to have been introduced into the House of Representatives, the object of which is...
From the enclosed Extract from the “American” it would seem that our Consul at Lisbon has retired...
It was only a few Days ago that I had the Honour to receive your letter of the 5 th of August...
I had the Honour to receive a few weeks ago, the very acceptable Present of your Book on...
Judge Storey has touched, in the enclosed Letter to me, upon a Subject which I have myself often...
I have had the Honour to receive your kind Letter of the 21st. of April; and now send the last...
I return you my sincere Thanks for your friendly Letter of the 23d. of May. Nothing could have...
I have had the Honour to receive your Letter of the 17h. of March, and thank you sincerely for...
The proclamation of the 2d. of November is doing good here, and may perhaps bring this Ministry...
Your Letter of the 23d. of October reached me on the 25h. of last Month. That of the 23d. of...
§ From William Pinkney and Others. 10 April 1815, Baltimore. “We beg leave to offer you our...
M rs Leigh , who is I believe known to you, sent me some Time ago two Copies of her Book upon...
I send by this opportunity a Letter to the Secretary of State, entreating your permission to...
I have received a Letter from Mr Dallas (of the 16th.) from which it appears that he had not been...