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Since your illness at Georgetown I have heard nothing of you, only that you had so far recovered...
I flatter’d myself I shod. have been able by this, to have remitted you my proportion of the...
In George Town and Alexa. your discrimination has, as it is said, few advocates. Dr. Stuart was...
After a fatiguing journey we arrived here on sunday evening, when I found all my family well,...
I once knew a Swedish Clergyman in this city, who told me that when he preached in the Country,...
As there is like to be business for some Person (in Our Destrict) under the fœderal Governmt. I...
Before I left home, Col Lee being about to depart for Congress, I wrote you by him. Since my...
I am now to acknowledge with many thanks your favour of the 31 January. The hope of collecting...
When I came home, I found my family in a really deplorable condition. Not to mention my children,...
Letter not found. 15 March 1790. The list probably kept by Peter Force (DLC: Madison Miscellany)...
The governor has reason to expect the death of Colo. Grayson in a short time; and therefore...
I am sorry to find that the Rhode Island Convention have adjourned without determining in favor...
Il latore della presente sarà il Sigr: Conte Paolo Andreani, di Milano, che vi raccomando...
My dear wife is not better, than when I wrote to you last. I expect something determinate in a...
Your Letter of the 28. feby. gave me the disagreeable Information of your infirm Health; which I...
There are a great number of small ballance’s due to the Soldiers and officers of this and the...
I have avoided opening my usual correspondence with you from a conviction in my own mind that any...
Upon coming to Town last ev’ning I had the pleasure to receive your several favors of the 10th....
I forgot to take your final opinion last night as to the mode of conveying official...
I recd. your favor of the 28th. instant by yesterdays post. I find the idea of a landed fund for...
I know your Time is so much occupied that unless on some very important Occasion it ought not to...
Letter not found. April 1790. Mentioned in JM to James Madison, Sr., 2 May 1790 . Reports...
I will thank you to inform me whether it is likely that any thing will be done this session of...
Letter not found. 2 April 1790. La Forest was the French vice-consul in New York. Calendared on...
Letter not found. 2 April 1790. Acknowledged in JM to Pendleton, 13 Apr. 1790 . The list probably...
I am induced to address you on a subject which violates the rule I had lately prescribed to...
I have the pleasure to enclose you a further consideration of the affairs of R. Island —and two...
I have seen the decision of the House of R. upon the Quaker Memorial, nearly I suppose as the...
Yr. Favor of february tenth did not reach me untill yesterday having been from home six weeks...
I congratulate you upon the prospect of the funding System being delayed ’till the next session...