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The enclosed copy of a letter from Colo. Downman respecting the militia from this county under...
When I informed you there were several orders for rebuilding your mill, I was under a mistake....
I have long been desirous of consulting you on a subject wherein my interest and happiness are...
I have ventured to enclose to you the Character of a young man who has served me faithfully for...
I presume once more to solicit your aid in forwarding my views which I hope will not be refused...
Your Note of yesterday has been handed me by the Boy—From a conversation will Gen l Cocke on...
Mr. Eppes has this morning received yours of Dec. the 11. and poor Dear Polly has been in tears,...
Agreeable to your request I have written to you more frequently this Summer than usual but by a...
I am informed that your little Girl is to Embark on the first of May. My constant prayers attend...
[ 6 May 1785 . Recorded in SJL as received 22 July 1785 “by Mr. Mazzei.” Not found.]
[ Eppington, 22 May 1786 . Entered in SJL as received 3 May 1787. Not found.]
[ 3 Dec. 1787. Recorded in SJL Index. Not found.]
I received yours of Jan. 18. but that of Dec. 19. has never come to hand. I am much concerned to...
Your letter of Aug. 20. came to hand some time in Feby. and releived me from much anxiety as I...
I am most unlucky in my Corrispondence with you for when I expect my letters are in France they...
[ Spring Forest, 15 Apr. 1784. Noted in SJL as received 24 May 1784. Not found.]
I have long wisht for an Opportunity of writing to you but since Mr. Madisons departure from this...
You wrote me some time ago that you could discharge any pressing debts for me. My haveing a...
Your favour of the 11th. Novbr. I received some time in Febry. with much pleasure as it will ever...
Doughoragen, 9 Aug. 1792 . At his request he introduces the bearer, “Mr. Cassanave,” an upright...
Annapolis, 10 Apr. 1791 . TJ’s of the 4th received. Yesterday morning he gave Brown TJ’s letter,...
Since you did me the honor the other day to mention the subject of the Canal from the falls of...
Your favor of the 15th Ulto. with the plat of the Territory of Columbia reachd this as I am...
I do myself the honor of transmitting herewith, a copy of the Act , passed last Saturday, by the...
In consiquence of an application to the Comrs of Washington by Mr Barry in the year 1800 for the...
I do myself the honor of incloseing a Resolution No. 1 of the Genl. Assembly of Maryland acceding...
I had the ho[nour to re]ceive your favor, covering the Commission which includes my name in the...
Mr. Danl. Carroll presents his respects to the President, he cannot have the pleasure to dine...
This is principally to acknowledge the Receipt of your favour of the 1st Instant.—Previous to the...
Your favor respecting Mr. Hallet came to my hands just as I was leaving home. I presumed you...
Georgetown, 29 July 1791 . Introducing Mr. Cabot of Massachusetts who wishes to be acquainted...
The Commissioners did themselves the honor of writing to you on the 14th Instant, the Warrants...
The inclosed for Mr. Madison is open for your perusal and information. The prospect before us...
The Bearer of this is Mr. Collen Williamson of New York, from whence he came at the request of...
Yr. favor of the 27th. Ulo. came to hand Yesterday. When the Commissioners were compelled to...
I think it proper to inform you that if nothing unforeseen prevents me, I shall visit Mr. Johnson...
It may be some satisfaction to you to know that the letter you dropd from Mr. Madison came to...
Georgetown, 2 July 1791 . Mr. Wederstrandt, whose enclosed letter solicits consulship in Isle of...
The Eastern Branch Bridge Company , incorporated by law, is now engaged in the erection of a...
The Petition of James Carroll of the City of Washington, Blacksmith. Most humbly sheweth, That at...
The Petition of James Carroll of the City of Washington, Blacksmith; Most humbly Sheweth, That at...
The papers inclosed, which I have the honour to transmit to you, have been for some time in my...
The Bearer will deliver to your Steward, a Bacon Ham, which has been cured Seven years, & which I...
Spring Forest, Virginia. 5 Mch. 1790 . Agreeable to TJ’s request , he has searched “every book,...
The committee of which J. Nicholas speaks in his note , was appointed for the purpose, of viewing...
Your letter of the 28th. March was handed me on the 15th. of the present month by Mr. Randolph. I...
Your daughter being about to sail to France gives me an opportunity of informing you of my...
In my letter of April. 30th. I mentioned in what manner my time had been imployed to that date;...
You will receive by James , a very fine boar-pig of the Chinese or Parkinson breed; he is just...
The appointment of Colo. Monroe as Envoy to the courts of France and Spain was communicated to us...