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Allow me to give you the trouble to deliver the inclosed to the President of the U. States and I...
Letter not found. 24 January 1796. Acknowledged in JM to Jefferson, 7 Feb. 1796 ; mentioned in...
I ought perhaps to apologize to You for the liberty I take and have taken. But in a matter so...
It is with pain I find myself constrained to trouble you on the present occasion. Nor should I...
Pardon the liberty I take of sending my petition to you with whom I have never had the pleasure...
I am just returned from Loudoun a journey the most disagreeable from weather and roads I ever...
I enclose you the Memorial I troubled you about which I should sooner have sent but that I...
I have been confined by an inflammation in my throat—or I shou’d have called on you at an early...
Accept my best acknowledgments both for your goodness in the investigation of my case; and the...
As you have considered the question of Constitutionality arising on the Carriage Tax, & I am...