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It would seem mighty idle for me to inform you formally of the merits of Col o Trumbull as a...
Mr King of the Senate, called on me, on the part of a committee, to request that I would state...
On the question of publishing the secret journal & foreign correspondence of the Revolutionary...
All our intelligent Travellers to Washington, I find have an ambition to See both the present,...
Although, our good old Massachusetts, has encore quelques Prejuges; yet I find that all our...
It will be proper to take the steps suggested by Mr. Joy for obtaining further information. My...
Although I am very sensible that any request of mine will have but little weight with the...
If it be proposed to place an inscription on the Capitol , the lapidary style requires that...
A mr Arm i stead , who married a neice of our governor , who is brother to the Col o Arm i stead...
As you appear to have read hastily the letter from Jessup, I send it back. That Onis is...
There is much force in the reasons given herein for an appt. of a Successor to Genl. Smith, which...
On perusing your letters to Mr. De Neuville, and Mr. Gallatin, some ideas occurred which induced...
Will you join mr Divers here at dinner tomorrow? and can you tell me the name of the Collector at...
I sent to mr Divers to-day to ask a dinner for mr Correa , D r Wistar , mr Gilmer & myself for...
Among the inclosures is a very extry. letter from Mr De Neuville. It was brought by his private...
Yours of the 14. sd. be 13th. has just come to hand. Wishing to read more attentively than...
I have yours of the 12th. intended for the 11th. inst. I have no map by which I can judge of the...
I have just recd. yours of the written on your return to the City. It may be best to taper off...
I have just recd. yours of the 3d. and return without delay the several letters inclosed in it....
I recd. yesterday the 2 letters from Onis herewith returned, and today copies of the papers...
I have recd yours of July 31. and return the answer to Mr. B. with one or two alterations, the...
The 2 letters of Mr. De Neuville present topics which are not agreeable. The one demanding the...
I have just recd. yours of the 24th. Mr. Coles leaves me this moment on his way to Washington....
I must ask the favor of you & Mr. Rush to attend to the subject of the letter from Mr. Munroe &...
I have recd. yours of the 16. & 17. I return the letter of M. De Kantzow. Our expectation of...
I return the letter from Mr. Wirt, and the letter & paper from Mr. Mitchell. You cannot do better...
I rcd. from Mr. Graham during your trip to Loudon the inclosed letter from Mr. Bagot. The subject...
Herewith are the papers recd. from Mr. Hughs. He seems to have been no wise sparing of diplomatic...
I have recd. yours of the 7th. and return the communications from Mr. Adams. The arrangement of...
Mr. De Neuville arrived here on Saturday and sets out this morning on his return. I inclose his...