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I have just been favored with your confidential letter of the 11th instant, and will lose not a...
I am of opinion the seventh additional article of the constitution, which provides that "no...
I beg you will do me the honor to accept a Copy of a discourse I delivered on the 4th of July at...
The enclosed papers have just been sent on to R. Rush by this days southern mail, and he loses...
R. Rush has the honor to present his most respectful compliments to Mrs Adams, and to thank her...
I beg you will do me the honor to accept a copy of a discourse I delivered on the 4th of July at...
¶ From Richard Rush. Letter not found. 5 February 1814. Described as an eight-page letter,...
In considering the case submitted to him yesterday by the President, the attorney general has the...
R. Rush presents his respectful compliments to Mr Adams, and begs leave to enclose him a note...
Having received the commission of attorney general of the United states which you have been...
I have given the above extract exactly as I find it in a book of my venerated parent that I have...
I had the honor of your favor of the 14th of last month enclosed to me by Mr Smith, and upon...
In further answer to your favor of the 20th of last month, I beg leave to say, that I have just...
Since the receipt of your letter of the 19th instant I have dropped a line to Mr Yates, and been...
R. Rush presents his affectionate respects to Mr Adams, with the hope that Mrs Adams and himself...
On Sunday last I saw the President, and he mentioned to me that not a single line had been...
I have sent on to Philadelphia the papers which accompanied your favor of the 20th instant. I had...
Your very obliging and gratifying favor of the 17th of this month, with all its accompaniments,...
The last kind favor that I had from you, mentioned your indisposition, and as it is a great while...
R. Rush presents his compliments to M r Jefferson , and begs he will do him the honor to accept...
I received, yesterday, your favor of the 31. of last month , and beg leave to return my warm...
I have taken the liberty to copy for your eye the enclosed lines, written by St George Tucker of...
If I have detained the enclosed letter longer than was proper, I beg it may be ascribed, not to...
Nothing has transpired since I last wrote, except the arrival of Commodore Rodgers from Baltimore...
Employing myself during the past month in arranging papers, I laid my hands upon the enclosed,...
The extraordinary juncture of publick affairs emboldens me to trouble you with this letter, and...
While the military nominations are under consideration, I have ventured to think that it would...
I lose no time in returning the enclosed letters, which came to hand to day, and for the perusal...
As a little exercise of the pen, I have just been throwing out a small pamphlet, of a copy of...
There are so many motives for visiting Monticello , that it is no wonder all are ambitious to do...
Mr Ingersoll has sent me on the enclosed letter from Philadelphia, which, for the sake of the...
Mr. Dallas, Mr. Crawford and myself met yesterday upon the business relative to the capitol. It...
Your valued favors of the 5th and 10th, have gratified, instructed, and consoled me. As far as I...
It would have been a greatr gratification to me if I could have announced to you before this time...
I find, from a conversation with Mr Monroe, that it is not the intention of government to send...
After having read, for a fifth time, the elegant letter of Mr. J. Q. Adams, I return it with...
For the first time since I was a lad, I have been making an excursion this season. Health and...
I have to offer many apologies for detaining so long the letters you were kind enough to put into...
Encouraged by the very flattering permission you have given me, I am venturing to say to you in...
After thanking you, most cordially, for the affectionate interest you have taken in my late...
I think I must have been the debtor. But be that as it may, I seized, with equal avidity and...
Mr Hay is the son in law of Mr Munroe, and the day after I received your last favor I took the...
Grattan said of Burke lately, “that he had read more than all mankind, and that his command of...
I cannot refrain from the expression of my most hearty congratulations to you on the auspicious...
A day or two before I had the pleasure to receive your last valued favor of the 3rd of February,...
I have complied with the requests contained in your letter of the 17th. instant. To Mr Dick I...
I am here on a visit of a few days to my remaining parent, enjoying as much happiness as a son...
I had before observed, in the newspapers, some account of the affair of which Judge Tucker’s...
17 July 1812. Requests that JM “accept a copy of the discourse the delivery of which, on the 4th...
Respectfully enclosed for the eye of the President by R. Rush; who ventures to believe that, in...