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I had began a long letter to you in cypher, it appearing the British have commenc’d seizing my...
I duly Received your favour of the 30 June last the House is secured for you at £200 per Annum as...
You will percieve by the inclosed that Hamilton has taken up his pen in support of the treaty....
Letter not found. 3 August 1795, Philadelphia. Acknowledged in JM to an unidentified...
Soon after my arrival here last year I found it necessary to appoint some one consul...
On looking over some of my papers found the Memdm. your brother Ambrose gave me. And also a copy...
I rec’d your favor of the 3rd. April with the Books you were so good to send me. I find in Mr:...
I have been delayed in seting out for Loudoun longer than I expected. I move on Tomorow but not...
I have been favourd with two letters from You, the Dates I can not immediately refer to, not...
WHEN the treaty of amity, commerce and navigation , negociated by lord Grenville , minister of...
On my return from Phila: I meditated a trip to the Mountains, and in that event my design was to...
Yours of the 2d. of May is the last with which I have been favd., tho most probably this is owing...
I have purposely delayed answering your favor of the 10th: Ulto. until now, because of some...
As I have not seen you since we graduated I can’t but resume College freedom. Let me therefore...
I recieved about three weeks ago a box containing 6. doz. volumes of 283. pages 12mo. with a...
I have borrowed two hundred and fifty french Crowns of Mr Monroe at Paris and agreeably to my...
I send you herewith an invoice of the articles purchased for you according to yr request & by wh....
I wrote you yesterday with a view of sending the letter by the same vessel which takes the...
Circumstances will not allow of my visiting Albemarle before I return from the genl. court where...
To day the members of the Directoire are to be chosen. Yesterday the two houses were organised...
I have forborne to write to you since my resignation, that you might be able to affirm, that in...
Since my last to you I have been favored with one or two of your friendly letters, for which I am...
The gentn. (Mr Murray) by whom my letters are forwarded was detained longer by contrary winds in...
I am much pleased to find from yours of the 10th. Augt. that your State are in sentiment with you...
The trouble of perusing the present address must be charged to my knowledge of your pure...
I take the Liberty to Adress a few Line to you by my Son in Law Mr John McIntyer On the Subject...
I have some reason to suppose that the ensuing Congress will establish a Land Office on the...
I came up in the stage from Richmond on Thursday having the evening before traveled to the oaks...
Your favor from Fredericksburg came safe to hand. I inclose you the extract of a letter I...
I take the Liberty of recomending the Bearer the Revd David Beard to your notice youll find him a...
We the Under Signd. Citizens of the Town Of portland And falmouth in the Destrict Of Main, have...
The inclosed letter came under cover to me from Mde. de Chastellux. As I know not where the Duke...
The papers, of which I was speaking to you on friday evening, are herewith sent. In looking over...
Having been disapointed in my Election to Congress, and being a tollerable Astronomer and a very...
Before Mr. Monroe left America he desired me to write to you if I found it necessary. If you have...
I lately returned from my trip to Loudoun and Albemarle—what was doing in the Assembly I mentd....
On my return a few days past I wrote you a letter and requested you wod. take the trouble to...
Letter not found. 24 December 1795, Richmond. A circular letter from Gov. Robert Brooke to...
The inclosed Invo. being put into the hands of our G W Murray by Mr. Munroe with a request that...
Letter not found. 1796? . Described as a one-page letter about private matters in the lists...
Letter not found. 6 January 1796. Acknowledged in JM to Pendleton, 7 Feb. 1796 . Asks JM to edit...
We have to inclose you Cap John Wards bill [of] Lading of the furniture received ⅌ the Schooner...
I am favourd with your letter of the 30th. of the last month. I have nothing to give you in...
Yours of the 6h. of April is the last I have received from you, though since that period I have...
I Recd. yours soon after my arrival in Kentucky, informing me that you had acceeded to my...
I have been absent a fortnight on a visit to Albemarle—while there I went over all the papers and...
I think I mentioned to you sometime since that Mr. Paine was with me. Upon my arrival I found him...
Yours of 13th. Inst reached us in course & this day Edwd Livingstons Dft on Mr. Livingston was...
The enclosed letters, with the additional explanation that follows, will bring the case of young...
Letter not found. 23 January 1796. Mentioned in JM to James Madison, Sr., 21 Feb. 1796 , and in...