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I have the honor of transmitting, herewith enclosed, the copy of Mr V. Berckel’s credentials...
Mr Jay has the honor of transmitting herewith enclosed to the President of the United States, a...
Mr Jay has the Honor of observing to the President, on the Subject of Capt. Tate’s application,...
Mr Jay has the honor of informing the President of the United States, that yesterday afternoon he...
There does not appear to be a single Circumstance in the Case of the murderer in question, to...
The Case which I had Yesterday the Honor of recieving from you gave occasion to the following...
the act “to regulate Trade and Intercourse with the Indian Tribes”, passed the last Session...
I have the Honor of transmitting to you herewith enclosed, a Packet which I received last Evening...
Perceiving that you have been pleased to appoint Col. Smith a Supervisor for this District, I...
My first Idea was to have made a Sketch of what, in my opinion would be proper on the occasion;...
As I shall be absent from the next sup: Court, obvious Considerations urge me to mention to You...
We have taken into consideration the Letter written to us by your Direction, on the 18th Instant,...
We have considered the previous Question stated in a Letter written to us by your Direction, by...
Letter not found: from John Jay and Rufus King, 27 Jan. 1794. In his letter to Henry Knox of 15...
When Mr Drayton of Charleston was here last Summer he told me that the true nankeen Cotton was in...
I was this day honored with your’s of yesterday. There is nothing I more ardently wish for than...
Your Letter to the chancellor went the Day after I wrote to you by his mother to Clermont; and...
private Dear Sir London 23 June 1794 on Sunday the 15th of this month I arrived here. the next...
In a Packet sent last Week to Mr Randolph, was enclosed directed to You a Book which the author,...
private Dear Sir London 5 Augt 1794 On the 2d Inst: I wrote to Mr Randolph, and sent him Copies...
The Letter herewith enclosed from Mr Wangenheim came to me enclosed from him, requesting me to...
private Dear Sir London 13 Septr 1794 My Letter to Mr Randolph which accompanies this, contains...
22 Sept. 1794. Introduces "Monsr De la Rochefoucauld de Liancourt, who was President of the...
I have written to Mr Randolph by this opportunity, rather because I make it a Rule to write...
I have been honored with your’s of the 5th of September. Want of Liesure constrains me to be...
A Letter which I wrote to you on the 29 Octr last contained the following Paragraph vizt. “I am...
The Design of this Letter is merely for the Purpose of transmitting to You the pamplet herewith...
Your very friendly Letter of the 1 Novr last, gratified me not a little. The Insurrection had...
My last to you was written on the 25th ult: and is gone in the ohio Capt. Kemp, who sailed last...
The enclosed contains my Resignation of the office of chief Justice —I cannot quit it, without...