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… The room now occupied as an office has undergone no alteration [and if] applied to any other...
I have borrowed two hundred and fifty french Crowns of Mr Monroe at Paris and agreeably to my...
On a reference to the Muster Rolls of the late Line of Virginia, I find Lieut: William OCallis...
I have this morning received a letter from Colo. Monroe, covering the account of the sums paid...
Amongst the Multitude of your Friends, and Admirers, permit me to Congratulate you upon The Fame...
Letter not found. Ca. 20 January 1790. Acknowledged in JM to Pendleton, 4 Mar. 1790 . Recommends...
I have flattered myself with hopes of receiving a line from you with information of the time you...
§ From George Washington. Ca. 1789–1796. Three notes requesting consultation with JM on...
It is with pain I find myself constrained to trouble you on the present occasion. Nor should I...
The receipt of your letter of the 29th. ult. gave me a sensible pleasure as it recommences a...
I write you by Mrs. Nourse a lady of my acquaintance from N. york and it only Serves to Convey...
Your favor of the 25 Ult. came to hand last evening: I have to acknowledge the polite attention...
On my return a few days past I wrote you a letter and requested you wod. take the trouble to...
I embrace the first oppy. to inform you that your Conjectures with respect to the motives of the...
Inclosed are the different papers relative to my Claim against the United States, and shall...
No. 6. Since my last of June 29. I have received your Nos. 2. & 3. of June 24. & 25. The...
In expectation this will find you in Philaa: where the best information can be obtained...
Being desirous from a variety of reasons mostly of a private na[ture] to change my residence, &...
I take the liberty to ask your attention to that part of the domestic debt which is registered in...
I have read with attention your Reply to Messieurs Smith, Ames, & Dexter; I am certain there is...
I recd. the favour of Your letter a few days before my departure from Charleston. The person in...
Wee are now to acknowledege Your favours Wee have recived by your Kind Letter of may 28 1794,...
Your favor of Feb. 15. is duly recieved and I now inclose the letter for Mr. Christie, which you...
Dr. McHenry has communicated to you how & why I came to this country. Your character of...
I take the liberty of forwarding to you two resolutions which have pass’d both houses, on the...
You will pardon I hope the intrusion I am about to make, in the solicitation of your advice...
We have nothing in this quarter worth mentioning or I should more frequently make communications....
Your Letter came to hand by the post informing me of the Letter you received from my father in...
I am to thank you for your several favors since the commencement of the session of Congress and...
I have recd. yours of the 23d. Ulto. in which you say you think I should have done well if I had...
Yours I Rec’d the 20th of this month and have observed fully its contents. You speak of Gratitude...
Your esteemed favor of the 15th: is at hand Covering a Bank note of Fifty Dollars for Mrs. Payne,...
It is now nearly two Months since I addressed a Petition to the Hon’ble House Representatives in...
Letter not found. Ca. 29 May 1791. Acknowledged in JM’s letter to his father, 2 July 1791 ....
I have omitted in my letter of this date to comply with the requ[e]st of our relation Jonathan...
My solicitude for drawing the first characters of the Union into the Judiciary, is such that, my...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly respects to Mr. Madison and asks the favor of him to procure...
Yours of the 12th. inst. is received, and I will duly attend to your commission relative to the...
The enclosed were communicated to me (as you will perceive) to make a Confidential use of. Upon...
By yesterday’s post of receivd your favour of Friday. Shou’d Trenton be substituted by the Senate...
Yours of the 10th. I receiv’d. Mr. Reynolds is now on his way to Newyork from what he inform’d me...
My Brother Stephen Mussi partner in the houses under the firm of Bolongaro Simonetta in...
In the line I scribbled to you from Georgetown to-day I omitted to inform you that I had...
The idea seems to gain credit that the naval powers combining against France will prohibit...
At a time when Your extensive abilitys and attention are so constantly engaged and unremittingly...
I wrote you on the 23d. and yesterday I received yours of the 17th. which was the more welcome as...
You will be pleas’d to accept my thanks for the Journals receivd a few days since by mr. Hopkins,...
It has turned out much as I expected—there are few men who possess sufficient public spirit to...
About two months Since Mr. Jones of this Town informed me, you would pay Messrs. Philips Cramond,...
As I hope on my return to Virga. to raise as much money as will pay off old Fairfax & put into...