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To the very much beloved friend of my much beloved mother—of that lamented & departed friend, I...
Tho a Stranger to you, yet feel a wish to be permited to address you. I entertain no doubt Sir...
Your favor of the 3d. instant came duly to hand. You will have learnt from the Secy. of War, the...
Yesterday I received by the Post from New York, your obliging Letter of 9. Novr.—Whether Letters...
I have received your favor of with the pleasure I could not but feel in learning that the...
When I meet The beattified Spirit I Shall Say to him, with our mutual frankness, “Sir you ought...
By this mail I send the sundry newspapers recd. pr. Ship Pacific from Liverpool by which it may...
After I had sealed my letter of yesterday , a mail arrived, bringing me one from mr Cathalan ,...
Thanks for yours of the first and the two Packetts. Who are they who furnish the Aurora with Such...
I have seen the statement of judge Fisher in the case of Mrs. Dauphin, and I should be highly...
I stated to you the other day in conversations that I believed the directors of the Rivanna...
Genrl. Brown and Mrs. Brown accept with pleasure the invitation of the President and Mrs. Madison...
We have the honor to enclose to your Excellency a final report in the case of the Claimants under...
I would not have you expose yourself to go out in the rain, but when you do go out, John prays...
Je profite du depart de Madame Barlow dont l’époux m’avait inspiré les sentimens de la plus haute...
Your letters of May 5. & Aug. 8. were both recieved, and I wrote to Cap t William Meriwether ,...
I have just had the honor to receive your respected favor of the 28th ulto. with its interesting...
I was favored with your accompaniement to my thoughts on banking & have reason to believe that...
I take the liberty of mentioning that M r Labarshette , who will have the honor of paying his...
I promised to drop you a line on the subject of the petition &c. I did my self the pleasure to...
Well knowing you to be an open and sincere friend and patron of literature, and presuming that it...
I have made up packets of Letters for this mornings post, to Wiscasset, to N york, to the Valley...
I recd. duly yours intimating your intended visit to the Sulphur Springs. I hope you will derive...
Your favor of Mar. 25. is recieved and I thank you for the offer it makes. I had desired mr...
I have the pleasure to return you your correspondence with the directors of the Rivanna company...
12 March 1813, New York. “The Petition of John Taylor of the City of New York Grocer....
I regret very much my accidental absence from home, when you did me the honour to call here. It...
Since I had the pleasure of writing you in April and July , I have not heard from you.— By a...
Judge Nelson has resigned his judicial office & the Executive of Virginia will soon appoint a...
My inexorable rheumatism still confines me, and has for the last three weeks bound me hand and...