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I may perhaps consult too much my own wishes public & personal, and too little a proper estimate...
When you spoke with me at Washington , on the sale of my lands at the Natural bridge , the...
1 January 1812, Mint of the United States. Forwards a report on the operations of the Mint during...
Having been for the last four days in Baltimore I did not receive the enclosed letters till my...
I must ask the favor of you to send me by return of post 200.D. I drew on you the 20 th inst. for...
The news of the embargo reached me yesterday. this rendering the hope of getting money for our...
I fear when you see a second letter so soon that you will think yourself illy requited for your...
Permit me to present, for the honour of your acceptance, a copy of a “Compendium”; which I lately...
Measures are taken to forward the Embargo Act with a p[r]int circular to the collectors and it...
upon my return from a visit to my Sister in Newhampshire, where I had been in pursuit of health;...
I have the honor of submitting to your consideration the paper herewith marked A—which exhibits a...
I have received by the Mail your Friendly Letter of L.M. 31. with your Gazetteer of the State of...
2 April 1812, Newcastle. Informs JM of the death of the district court judge, Gunning Bedford, on...
we have been as yet principly engaged in Receiving petitions, Making appointments, & c a few...
I send you herewith some more of Col Duane’s papers. You will perceive in One of them proposals...
J’ai l’honneur de vous envoyer imprimé l’ouvrage dont je vous ai l’obligation, car c’est vous qui...
I had the honour to address to you a letter on the 15th of february last, to which I have not...
Your letter of Mar. 16. was recieved on the 12 th inst. only, & the corn-drill arrived at the...
Should Mr Nelsons bill appropriating 30,000$ to encourage the destruction of enemys Vessels pass,...
In your fourth page you “are unable to discover, In Oour form of Government, any resemblance of...
D I have recieved, dear Madam, your very friendly letter of July 21. and Assure you that I feel...
I cannot be Serious! I am about to write You, the most frivolous letter, you ever read. Would you...
I learnt from your last letter , with much affliction, the severe and singular attack your health...
The Citizens of Washington cannot forego the last opportunity, which may, perhaps ever occur, to...
A War between the United States and Great-Britain, and a War between France and Russia, having...
I have received your Letter written at Sea dated the 1st of May, and was pleased that you had...
I have received by the last Post the letters enclosed from Mr Carlton a member of the Council of...
I have not the smallest trace in my memory of the transaction you state as between Col o Robert...
To relief a while mÿ distressed mind I take up again your interesting favour of July 13—but do...
As sister Ellen is writing to mama my Dear Virginia , I will write also by this opportunity, to...