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Since writing my Letter of this Morning, Mr. John Donnell (one of our Republican & most wealthy...
I did myself the Honor to forward y[our] Box of Books by a Schooner bound to the Navy Yard—and by...
I do myself the Honor to return you Mr. Coxe’s Opinions —there are some Ideas, that I think...
I do myself the honor to inclose you a letter I have recieved from J. H. Purviance. permit me to...
I have recieved two letters from General Wilkinson . Since his Arrival in Georgia, he appears...
Permit me to introduce my young friend Mr. Abraham Ogden formerly of New York where he had his...
Capt. Norman (a respectable Man of this City) has arrived here from Trieste, he has just informed...
I have this Moment left Mr. Carr, he is Something easier, the Blisters on his Back & Ankles have...
When I paid my respects yesterday I had no great expectation that I should now have the pleasure...
I take the Liberty as one of thy wellwishers to address Thee thy Enemies assert that thou art a...
During the late War between England & France—England levied a Convoy Duty of ½ ⅌ C: on Goods...
I recieved a Letter last Night from Mr. Patterson requesting me to remind you of your polite...
Permit me to have the honor of presenting to you Mr. Peter Hoffman, a Merchant of this City, of...
The Writer of the inclosed letter Mr. Hatch Dent (a Native of Maryland) imigrated last Winter to...
We are requested by Mr L Harris of St. Petersburg, to receive & forward to you, a Box containing...
Mr. James Lowrey Donaldson, a young Gentleman of the Bar, of very handsome talents, has a...
I did myself the honor to recommend for your Attention Mr. James Lowrey Donaldson, a Gentleman of...
Permit me to return my Sincere thanks for the Appointment Conferred on Mr. Donaldson, I am...
I do myself the honor to Send You the inclosed—Mr. Keene is a young Lawyer from this City, the...
My Son Louis B. Smith has it in Contemplation to Spend the Winter at Madrid. will you do me the...
My Son is personally acquainted with Mr. Irving to whom you have been So polite as to give a...
I was led (by the Secretarys Report to the last Session of Congress) to believe that there was no...
Agreeably to the request of Commodore Truxtun I do myself the honor of presenting his Sketch of...
When in Balte. a few Days past, I mentioned to Capt. McLellan (of the Artillery) that Genl....
Mr. Tracy’s motion for a Call for the Letter of Mr. Munroe has been under discussion & has been...
My Colleague Mr. Wright, informs me that he wishes the appointment (now Vacant) of the Associate...
I do myself the honor to Inclose you a letter recieved from Judge Davis.—The Territorial...
My Brother has gone this Morning to Baltimore, he has taken with him his Eldest Son, not quite...
The Writer of the inclosed letter to me, Coll. William Lowry, is an excellent Tactition, has...
I have this day recieved the inclosed letter from Genl. Wilkinson. I presume from the Postscript...