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Having received no letter from you since the one dated the 3d instant, I have nothing to reply...
Early in the late War, James Mugford Commander of the Schooner Franklin was killed in an...
Your letter of the 26th of Jany with a Postscript of the 30th of the same month, by Captn...
Your letter of the 17th January has been received since the date of my last which was on the 8th...
The Servant who carried my letter of the 17th to the Post Office in Alexandria returned with...
After a pleasant Journey we arrived in this City about 2 O clock on thursday last. Tomorrow we...
On friday last I wrote you a few lines, and assigned reasons for not writing more fully. In...
Philadelphia, Tuesday Evening, 3 Feb. 1792. Submits to the president the bill that has passed the...
The Ambassador of Tunis confined himself on his arrival to claiming restitution of the Xebeque...
My attention was so much occupied the days preceeding my departure from Philadelphia, with...
Your letters of the 26th and 30th of the last, & 3d of the present month, have come duly to hand....
Since my last to you (from this place) I have received your letters of the 12th immediately from...
I inclose the information given me by Colo. Louis. The copy of the letter from his nation bears...
By the Schooner Citizen, which will carry this to Gibraltar, are forwarded the greater part of...
Herewith you will receive the commission under which you are to reside in St. Domingo, and a copy...
My last was of the 24th day of November since which date I have received your several letters as...
In The incloased I Send you a letter I did myself the honour to write to the President yesterday...
The notice that the departure of the Store vessel is taking place, being sudden, I cannot specify...
Since my last to you from Mount Vernon, your letters of the 3d. and 5th. Instant have been recd.,...
Instructions for Mr Lear You will proceed to Pittsburgh by the following rout—Leesburgh, Keys’...
This is the eve of my departure for George town, & being Sunday, ought to have been a day of...
The opinion the President entertains of your unshaken integrity and firmness has led him to...
On Sunday last I returned from a twelve days excursion up the Potowmack & found your letters of...
Your letters of the 22d Ulto came safe. I wish the information given by Mr Danl Parker to Doctr...
A few weeks since, a gentleman by the name of Stokes, arrivd from Great Britain at some port in...
In the present posture of our affairs with Tunis the President has judged it proper that you...
Since your last letter dated 3d. November from Malta, I have received communications from Mr....
On receiving information of the loss of the Philadelphia, the inclosed Act was passed by...
Since my last to you, which I think was written on this day week, I have received your letters of...
I arrived at this place at the time appointed—to wit—the 1st inst. but did not receive your...
The statement relatively to the Cherokees shall be made tomorrow, or next day at furthest —The...
I have not written to you since we parted, but had just sat down to do it when your letter of the...
Your letter of the 20th instt, with the Bill of lading for the Goods in the Sloop Salem, and...
The day is come, and the hour at hand, or very nearly—when our journey will commence for...
I was glad to hear by Charles that you were much better than when we saw you last. If you have...