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I dine at home and alone to day and Saturday of the present week.—I inclose some loose thoughts...
The most prominent suspicion excited by the Report of the S. of the T. of Jan. 3. 1793. is that...
Th: Jefferson to J. Madison The idea seems to gain credit that the naval powers combining against...
Nothing remarkeable this week. What was mentioned in my last respecting Bache’s paper was on...
We may now I believe give full credit to the accounts that war is declared between France and...
Yours of the 12th. inst. is received, and I will duly attend to your commission relative to the...
No letter from you since that of Apr. 12.—I received one from Mr. Pinckney yesterday informing me...
I wrote you on the 5th. covering an open letter to Colo. Monroe. Since that I have received yours...
I wrote you last on the 13th. Since that I have received yours of the 8th. I have scribbled on a...
I wrote you last on the 19th. The doubts I then entertained that the offers from the Fr. rep....
I wrote you on the 27th. Ult. You have seen in the papers that some privateers have been fitted...
I have to acknolege the receipt of your two favors of May 27. and 29. since the date of my last...
My last was of the 17th. if I may reckon a single line any thing. Yours of the 13th. came to hand...
I wrote you on the 23d. and yesterday I received yours of the 17th. which was the more welcome as...
I wrote you on the 30th . ult. and shall be uneasy till I have heard you have received it. I have...
I wrote you on the 7th. since which yours of the 29th. of June is received acknoledging mine to...
I wrote you on the 14th. since which I have no letter from you. It appears that two considerable...
Your last was of June 29. acknoledging mine of the 17th. Since that I wrote you June 23. 29. July...
Your last received was of June 29. which acknoleged a scrip of mine of June 17. Consequently my...
Yours of July 18. and 22. are received and have relieved my anxieties about mine of June 27. 30....
I wrote you last on the 3d. inst. Your’s of July 30. came to hand yesterday. Besides the present...
I write a second letter to-day, because going by a private conveyance I can venture in it a paper...
My last was of the 11th. since which yours of the 5th. and 11th. are received. I am mortified at...
You will percieve by the inclosed papers that Genet has thrown down the gauntlet to the President...
My last was of the 25th. Since that I have received yours of the 20th. and Colo. M’s of the 21st....
I have received and am charmed with No. V. I thought the introduction an useful lesson to others...
The fever spreads faster. Deaths are now about 30. a day. It is in every square of the city. All...
I have to acknolege yours of Aug. 27. and Sep. 2. The fever in town is become less mortal, but...
I overtook the President at Baltimore, and we arrived here yesterday, myself fleeced of seventy...
The stages from Philadelphia to Baltimore are to be resumed tomorrow. The fever has almost...
I have got good lodgings for Monroe and yourself, that is to say, a good room with a fire place...
Notes on the alloy of the Dollar dwt grs. dwt The Spanish dollar, till 1728, had 11–4 of pure...
We are here in a state of great quiet, having no public news to agitate us. I have never seen a...
Our post having ceased to ride ever since the inoculation began in Richmond till now, I received...
I wrote you on the 3d. of April, and since that have received yours of Mar. 24. 26. 31. Apr. 14....
In the moment of the departure of the post it occurs to me that you can, by the return of it,...
A merchant neighbor of mine, sets out to-day for Philadelphia for his fall goods, and will return...
I write this merely as a way bill. The Orange post arrives at Charlottesville on Tuesday morning...
I wrote you a kind of way-bill by the Orange post, which arrived at, and left Charlottesville on...
I have kept Mr. Joy’s letter a post or two, with an intention of considering attentively the...
Congress drawing to a close, I must trouble you with a bundle of little commissions We have now...
I inclose two letters to the President and Secretary of state open for your perusal and...
Your favor of Feb. 15. is duly recieved and I now inclose the letter for Mr. Christie, which you...
Your letter of Mar. 23. came to hand the 7th. of April, and notwithstanding the urgent reasons...
I send you the inclosed as you may perhaps not have seen it. Return it if you please. I have not...
You will percieve by the inclosed that Hamilton has taken up his pen in support of the treaty....
I recieved about three weeks ago a box containing 6. doz. volumes of 283. pages 12mo. with a...
Your favor from Fredericksburg came safe to hand. I inclose you the extract of a letter I...
The inclosed letter came under cover to me from Mde. de Chastellux. As I know not where the Duke...
I propose to write you a longer letter in answer to your two favors of Jan. 31. and Feb. 7. which...