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A weeks Absence on a Visit to my friends at Rye, from whence I returned last Evening, prevented...
I cannot easily tell you how much I am pleased & obliged by your friendly Letter of the 4th....
I have this Moment afternoon recd. the Letter wh. you did me the Honor to write on the 21 Inst—...
Docr. Edwards of Philada. will be so obliging as to take charge of this Letter. I regret that he...
From the Day of my appointment to this mission, my Attention has been much withdrawn from my...
I wrote you a few Lines last week—This Morning I was favored with two Letters from your Son of...
In Compliance with the Request of Sir John Sinclair I have the Pleasure of transmitting to you...
I was this morning favored with your obliging Letter of the 31 ult.—D’Ivernois is very...
The bearer will herewith deliver to you a Book of accounts transmitted to me by Mr. Jefferson,...
I have now the honor of transmitting to you herewith enclosed the extracts requested in your...
On returning from Exeter the Evening before the last, I had the pleasure of recg your Letter of...
New York, December 21, 1790. Recommends John McComb Jr. as “an intelligent sober & industrious...
New York, December 22, 1790. Recommends that Matthew Clarkson be appointed an inspector of the...
I send you Copies of a Letter of 3 Augt. from Jacob Cuyler, and of my answer of this Date. It is...
[ New York, November 14, 1791. On December 5, 1791, Hamilton wrote to Jay : “Your letter of the...
By the post I recd. this afternoon Letters from the Vice Presidt. & Atty. Genl. calling me to the...
The Chief Justice of the United States, presents his compliments to the Attorney General, and...
I have conferred with Mr King on the Subject of your Letter of the 3d. Inst. We concur in opinion...
On Monday the 17th. inst. I set out for Sussex in New Jersey with design after dispatching some...
[ New York, November 26, 1792. On December 18, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Jay : “Your favours of the...
[ New York, December 16, 1792. On December 18, 1792, Hamilton wrote to Jay : “Your favours of the...
On my Return this Evening from Rye, I found your Letter of the 18 Inst: at my House. It is not...
Your Letters of the 9th. Inst. were this Day delivered to me, as I was preparing to go out of...
By George Washington President of the U. S. of am⟨erica⟩ a Proclamation. Whereas every nation has...
On Saturday week last I arrived at Pha. and very early the next monday morning set out in the...
You will recieve herewith enclosed a Publication by Mr Genet denying his having declared that he...
Mr King & I have written this Day to you & General Knox. To that Letter and its Enclosures I...
I thank you for the printed paper you sent me, and for your Letter by Monsr. Cadignan. On...
I am happy to find by a New York paper, that the Result of the late Inquiry into your official...
I had last week the Pleasure of recieving from you a few Lines by Mr. Blaney. You will recieve...
There is something very pleasant in the Reflection that while war discord and oppression triump...
My Task is done—whether Finis coronat opus, the President Senate and Public will decide. This...
In pursuance of a concurrent Resolution of the two Houses of the Legislature of the third and...
[ New York, July 8, 1791. Letter not found. ] “List of Letters from Mr. Jay …” to H, Columbia...
I have the honor of transmitting, herewith enclosed, the copy of Mr V. Berckel’s credentials...
Mr Jay has the honor of transmitting herewith enclosed to the President of the United States, a...
Mr Jay has the Honor of observing to the President, on the Subject of Capt. Tate’s application,...
Mr Jay has the honor of informing the President of the United States, that yesterday afternoon he...
There does not appear to be a single Circumstance in the Case of the murderer in question, to...
The Case which I had Yesterday the Honor of recieving from you gave occasion to the following...
the act “to regulate Trade and Intercourse with the Indian Tribes”, passed the last Session...
I have the Honor of transmitting to you herewith enclosed, a Packet which I received last Evening...
Perceiving that you have been pleased to appoint Col. Smith a Supervisor for this District, I...
My first Idea was to have made a Sketch of what, in my opinion would be proper on the occasion;...
As I shall be absent from the next sup: Court, obvious Considerations urge me to mention to You...
We have taken into consideration the Letter written to us by your Direction, on the 18th Instant,...
We have considered the previous Question stated in a Letter written to us by your Direction, by...
Letter not found: from John Jay and Rufus King, 27 Jan. 1794. In his letter to Henry Knox of 15...
When Mr Drayton of Charleston was here last Summer he told me that the true nankeen Cotton was in...
I was this day honored with your’s of yesterday. There is nothing I more ardently wish for than...