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General Edward Stevens—solicits an appointment in the Customs particularly the District of...
It is with great diffidence I offer the enclosed but having taken that liberty will not add to...
A. White having received the enclosed from his Friend General Wood, could devise no method so...
It is with real pleasure I obey the commands of a respectable meeting of the Citizens of...
I embrace the first opportunity of acknowledging the receipt of your letter of 28th Ulo—which did...
On Saturday evening I received from the Department of State the Commission with which you have...
I have the honor of your letter of 15th instant. I sensibly feel the impropriety of giving you so...
I returned from Frederick yesterday—Visiting the Works this morning an alteration of part of the...
I purpose to set out for Virginia tomorrow and to return about the end of November—You would no...
We are honored with your Letter of 27th Ulto, and on friday, agreeably to your expectations, we...
We have the honour of your Letter of the first Instant; the plan of the City also, came safe to...
Mrs White remained three weeks in Washington without coming to a determination respecting her...
Annexed is the copy of a letter written 15th Ulo to which I have rceived no answer; had I been...
The enclosed was intended to go by the Winchester Mail, but recollecting that if any accident had...
Previous to Mr Scotts setting out for Annapolis, it was mentioned by him and not controverted by...
I was honored with your letter of 13th instant, and a copy of your letter of 26th Ulo in course...
Agreeably to my expectation I left Philada on Monday the 9th instant and arrived at Washington...
The Board having agreed to adjourn for a Week I shall set out for Virginia Tomorrow Morning—I...
I returned to this place and took my Seat at the Board on Monday Morning—Our Crops over the...
I informed you of my return to the City on the morning of Monday Se’night—Next Tuesday being...
Conformably to your wish, expressed to us, when we had last the honor of your company, we have...