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I this moment only receive your letter of the 17th. Mine by this mail renders nothing more...
Inferring from the silence of the Newspapers, since they announced your appointment as a visitor...
Tho’ sorry to trouble you so often I must ask the further favor of you to let me have from the...
To my requests the day before yesterday I forgot to add that of a Copy of As letter to Harrison...
I thank you for the copy of your Message. The moderation it breathes towards Spain will be...
Your favor of Jany. 26. came duly to hand. The information I wish to be obtained from Genl....
Yours of the 1st. inst: came on slowly. I return the letter from Mr. Ingersoll whose continued...
I have recd. a letter from H. Lee dated Nashville Aug. 24. stating that he had corresponded with...
The inclosed is of little consequence, but you will see that it ought to have been addressed to...
A most distressing picture has been presented to me of the condition of Mr. Cathcart and his...
In the hurry of acknowledging yours of Ocr. 17. recd. at the last moment of the opportunity for...
I have recd. yours of the 7th. You will not doubt that our sympathies have been fully with you...
I have rcd. your favor of the 3d. I am much obliged by the kind manner in which you speak of my...
A letter from Mrs. Dallas has just come under my eye, by which I find she is subsisting on very...
Your favor of the 18th. was handed to me by your servant, at a moment & place which did not...
I have duly recd. yours of the 27th. Ulto. I am very sorry that I shall not be able to have the...
Yours of Feby. 23. was not recd. before the last mail tho’ having the Aldie post mark on the day...
Among the names which are presented for consideration in filling the vacant Chair in the...
I have recd. from Mr. Lear engaged in settling the accounts of General Hull, a request of what I...
I recd. yours of the 10th. with a full sense of your kindness in taking so much interest in my...
I recd by the last mail a letter from J. H. Causten, accompanied by a huge volume of Documents,...
Mr. Morris who was employed for several years on a confidential Mission to Spain, observes to me...
Mr. Ths. Lehré of S. C. is a candidate for the vacant Collectorship of Charleston, and writes...
Since we left the university I have recd. the letter from Mr. Gallatin, of which the inclosed is...
Your favor of the 9th. did not come to hand till the evening before the last. From a...
Mr. Jesse B Harrison of Lynchburg offers himself as Successor to Mr. Long in the professorship of...
I recd. by the last mail yours of the 18th. You were not more surprized than I had a right to be...
On my arrival here last evening I learnt that you had reachd home the day before yesterday. I am...
I find that Mr. H. Carroll, son of Charles Carroll, who brought over the Treaty of Ghent, is very...
A very near friend of Mr. Stone of Fredg. who is not ignorant of my having on former occasions...