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The day after you left us, I sat down and wrote the petition I mentioned to you. It is not yet...
Your’s of Oct. 31. has been duly recieved and the corrections suggested are thankfully adopted....
Mr. Richardson has been detained by several jobs indispensible to the progress of the carpenters,...
I have suffered the post hour to come so nearly on me that I must huddle over what I have more...
The forgery lately attempted to be plaid off by mr. H. on the house of representatives, of a...
My last to you was of the 16th. since which yours of the 12th. is recieved and it’s contents...
I wrote you last on the 30th. Jan. since which yours of the 25th. is recieved. At the date of my...
I wrote you last on the 5th. which acknoleged yours of Jan. 25. the last at hand. Yesterday the...
I wrote you last on the 11th. Yesterday the bill for the eventual army of 30. regiments (30,000)...
My last to you was of the 19th. It acknoleged yours of the 8th. In mine I informed you of the...
With this you will recieve the IVd. nails desired in your memorandum, that is to say 25. ℔...
I have never answered your letter by mr. Polk, because I intended to have paid you a visit. This...
I omitted in my letter of the 23d. to say any thing on the subject of mr. Wirt; which however was...
I have never written to you since my arrival here for reasons which were explained. Your’s of...
Your’s of the 15th. is safely recieved. I percieve by that that I had by mistake sent you...
Christopher Mcpherson, better known as mr. Ross’s man Kitt, proposing to go to Charlottesville...
Congress will rise today or tomorrow. Mr. Nicholas proposing to call on you, you will get from...
In my last letter to you from Philadelphia I mentioned that I had sent for yourself by mr....
Since you were here I have had time to turn to my accounts, and among others undertook to state...
Before the reciept of your last favor, mr. McGehee had called on me, and satisfied me that the...
I now send by Bp. Madison the balance which should have gone from our last court by mr. Barber:...
This will be handed you by mr. Erwin, a gentleman of Boston, with whom I became acquainted last...
Mrs. Brown’s departure for Virginia enables me to write confidentially what I could not have...
All the votes are now come in except Vermont & Kentuckey, and there is no doubt that the result...
I have not written to you since the letter by mrs. B. Your’s of Jan. 10. is recieved, and your...
The H. of R. has been in conclave ever since 2. oclock yesterday. At 10. P.M. 17 ballots had been...
Notwithstanding the suspected infidelity of the post, I must hazard this communication. The...
I was informed on my arrival here that Genl. Pinckney’s dispatches had on their first receipt...
I wrote you on the 18th. of May. The address of the Senate was soon after that. The first draught...
I wrote you last on the 1st. inst. You will have seen by the public papers that the amendment for...