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From the tenderness of Friendship and the Weakness of Compassion and humanity, I have promised...
From the tenderness of friendship, & the weakness of compassion & humanity, I have promised two...
Another application has been made to me by Mr Elbridge Gerry, the oldest Son of the late Vice...
In the good old English Language of your Virginian and my New England Ancestors, I am right glad...
I should ask leave without scruple to transmit the enclosed letter to you were it not for the...
For the last twenty years I have made it a rule to interfere as little as possible with public...
Had I not been poisoned by the mephytic effluvia of blossoms and roses to Such a degree as to...
Will you please to accept a morsel of rusty Antiquity, which I know you cannot and ought not to...
I ought not o have delaid an acknowledgement of your favour of February 20th. and the Volume of...
I ought not to have delaid an acknowledgement of your favour of February 20th. and the Volume of...
Of the multitude of applications to me for Letters of Introduction and recommendation to the...
Had I not been poisoned by the mephytic iffluvia of blossoms and roses to such a degree as to...
Permit me to introduce to you Mr Ticknor and his Lady. This Gentleman is a Professor at our...
Permit me to introduce to you Mr Ticknor & his Lady, this Gentleman is a Professor at our...
At the risk of incurring the anger of my husband, and under the apprehension of your displeasure;...
Altho’ your personal and official acquaintance with Mr. J Graham, be well known to me, I can not,...
Your favor of July 27. from Plattsburg was duly received, and I am very glad to learn from it,...
Your favor of the 18th. was handed to me by your servant, at a moment & place which did not...
Your favor of the 24th has just been recd. I am fully aware of the load of business on your...
The mail of saturday brought me the Copy of your message. It is a fine landscape of our...
Your favor of the 22d. has been duly recd. I am so much aware that you have not a moment to spare...
I have recd. your favor of the 13th. I beg that you will not think of the pecuniary subject till...
I find that Mr. H. Carroll, son of Charles Carroll, who brought over the Treaty of Ghent, is very...
I have just been favored with yours of the 18th. inclosing the Moscow document. I had previously...
On my arrival here last evening I learnt that you had reachd home the day before yesterday. I am...
I have duly recd. yours of the 27th. Ulto. I am very sorry that I shall not be able to have the...
I thank you for the “Message” put under cover to me. The topics which it embraces are well...
Your favor of the 23d. having passed on to Milton whence it came back to Orange Court House I did...
The inclosed is of little consequence, but you will see that it ought to have been addressed to...
I recd. by the last mail your favor of the 7th. The death of Genl. Mason with the manner of it is...
Mr. Ths. Lehré of S. C. is a candidate for the vacant Collectorship of Charleston, and writes...
The best use I can make of the inclosed letter from Mr. Scott is to give you a perusal of its...
The day after you left us I recd. a letter from Mr R. B Lee which I inclose. It contains a fuller...
Capt: OBrien having extended a ride into Virga. thus far, has during his stay with me,...
Mr. Stone of Fredg. whom you well know informs me that his son in law Chs. H. Smith of Norfolk,...
I thank you for the copy of your Message. The moderation it breathes towards Spain will be...
Mr. Hackly called on me a few days ago on his way to Washington. I found him very intelligent and...
I have duly recd. your favor of the 5th. followed by a copy of the public documents; for which I...
I received yours of the 19th. on Monday. Genl. Brown, who returned from Monticello on that...
My nephew R L. Madison has turned his thoughts to the new acquisition expected from Spain on our...
Whilst I was in the Government at Washington, Henry Sidney Coxe, a son of Mr. Tench Coxe, was...
Mr. Governeur gave us to understand that we should have the pleasure of seeing you & Mrs. Monroe...
I have just recd. a letter from Chs. D. Coxe, appealing to my recollection on certain points, and...
Yesterday’s mail brought me your favor of the 16th. with a Copy of your message: the only one...
I have recd. your two favors of the 18 & 23 inst. The prospect of a favorable issue to the...
Mr. Hackley called on me a few days ago on his way to Washington. I found him very intelligent...
I congratulate you most heartily on the happy close to the first period of your public trust, and...
I have recd. your favor of the 31. ult. The retrospective claim for Newspapers has been made on...
I observe that Genl. A. Moore has resigned the office of Marshall for Virga. I know not who may...
I am just informed by Mr. F. Corbin, that E. Randolph, who held a Commission in the late Army, is...