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A Perhaps the Secretary of State, revising the expression of this member of the sentence, will...
A Perhaps the Secretary of State, revising the expression of this member of the sentence, will...
Will you be so good as to tell me what answer to give to the interrogatory in the last sentence...
As your excellency and the council probably have not access to Vattel, on whose doctrines this...
The return of Warder’s bills under protest has embarrassed me so much, as to make me request the...
The requisition of departure is, in my judgment, expressed in the most accurate and satisfactory...
Knowing, that the President intended to answer your letter , relative to the shares in the two...
The Attorney general of the United States has the honor of submitting to the Secretary of State...
No new Occurrence at Cambridge can justify an Intrusion on the well-employ’d Moments of a...
E. Randolph, with respectful compliments to Mr. Jefferson, incloses to him the execution, which...
Mr. John Ammonett, who will deliver this letter into your hands, is a descendant from one of the...
Notwithstanding you have fenced out from the purlieus of Monticello every thing, which assumes a...
There is, without doubt, a protection due to foreign built vessels, owned by American citizens ;...
Philadelphia, 27 July 1779 . Detailed account of Wayne’s capture of Stony Point on the Hudson, 15...
To instruct Governor St. Clair 1. To transmit to Judge Turner any authentic intelligence, which...
Before the departure of the attorney of this district for Norfolk, I wrote to him, with his...
We have been at cross purposes about the inclosed letter of July 24. 1793. in answer to Mr....
By the last post I suggested to you that our European affairs would probably bear greater delay...
The letter and proclamation of the governor of North Carolina seem to afford a proper ground for...
The 14th. article of our treaty with France has shut out all general reasoning from the law of...
The new arrangement, to which my aversion to the law has lately given birth, throws me into a new...
The council board has been so much crouded with business of late, that I could not procure an...
The attorney-general of the United States has the honor of replying to the communication of the...
The attorney-general of the U. S. to the secretary of state The fifth section of the act ,...
I cannot suffer my engagements in business, to interfere with a reply to the observations, with...
My communications to you in the case of Pagan against Hooper, combined with the facts, which have...
Mr. Carrington, who is a defendant in the suit, brought by your Relation Jefferson vs. Reade’s...
Your mission to Europe reached us the day before yesterday, and made me doubt whether you will...
While I supposed, that every thing was completed by Mr. Morris relative to Mr. Short’s money, for...
I have the honor to acknowledge your favor, of the 28th. of December, on the subject of John...