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11 May 1796. Acknowledges payment of $57.33 for a cask of claret. RC (owned by Charles M. Storey,...
I have this morning received a letter from Colo. Monroe, covering the account of the sums paid...
12 May 1796. Invites JM “to dine on Thursday next at 4 oClock.” Requests an answer. FC ( DLC :...
I have to thank you for your favours of the 1st. of May, which I r[e]ceived on the 12th.—the...
Among the many unexpected incidents of my life, it is one of the most singular, and partly one of...
I herewith return to you Mr. Russells papers with my objection, being in substance what I had the...
Yours of the 25. of Feby. is the only I have recd. for 12. months past, altho’ I have written...
Letter not found. Ca. 14 June 1796. Mentioned in Taylor to JM, 16 July 1796 . Discusses Kentucky...
A few days ago a barrel of hams arrived to your address, which I immediately took into possession...
Yesterday the Fourth of July was celebrated here by the Americans. I intended to have done it but...
I wrote you not long since by Capt: H. Lee to be left in Orange, which I suppose you have recd....
The letter which I now take the liberty of transmitting under cover hereof, I had intended to...
This with other letters & papers are committed to Dr. Edwards for you, & to whom I beg to refer...
Last week I received the inclosed letter dated Pisa 24th March 1796, addressed to “Edmund...
19 August 1796, Richmond. Introduces Edwin Burwell. RC ( DLC ). Written on a half-sheet, with...
This government has at last and against my utmost efforts to prevent it sent an order to their...
I am very Sorry that your Letter came too late to arrest the intended progress of yr. funds to...
I have to acknowl[e]dge the rect. of 40 dollars by Mr. Jno. Brown. I will take care to have it...
From what I see in an American newspaper and what Dr. Edwards writes me from London it is...
It is hinted to me by a person lately from London that it was said there I presume by King or...
The state of affrs. remains nearly the same since my last: except that upon the Rhine or rather...
I should not have disturbed your repose with anything of a private nature, nor indeed with the...
I beleive I mentioned to you before we parted in Phila: that Mr. Mason and myself intended among...
I received your favor of the 1st: instant, covering one for Colo. M. which I shall forward to...
Inclosed are the different papers relative to my Claim against the United States, and shall...
As this will be handed you by Mr. Brown it will be unnec[e]ssary for me to give you any...
This will pass by the way of Engld. & will therefore most probably arrive safe. It is committed...
Governor Brooke is this day elected the attorney for the commonwealth in place of Mr: Innes, and...
In expectation this will find you in Philaa: where the best information can be obtained...
Generl. Moylans compliments to Mr. Madison, sends him 226 dollars 67 cents for half years rent of...