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Your’s of the 17th. was recieved on the 21st. I consider Armstrong’s letter as giving us the...
I do not know whether you were acquainted with the late Major Duncanson of Washington, uncle of...
I have this day written to mr. Wagner to send me the commissions for the Orleans territory with...
Your letter to Dayton I think perfectly right, unless perhaps the expression of personal sympathy...
My Circular was answered by Gen l Breckenridge, approving, as we had done, of the immediate...
Will you come and sit an hour before dinner to-day? also take soup with me tomorrow? Since...
A gentleman going from hence by Lorient to Boston furnishes me an opportunity of recommending to...
I return you all the papers recieved from you by yesterday’s mail, except Mr. Burnley’s, which I...
I have got good lodgings for Monroe and yourself, that is to say, a good room with a fire place...
I inclose you Story’s oration that you may be enabled to take his measure. Be so good as to...
I inclose you a letter from Dr. Cooper, considerably important to the first successes of our...
I confess that the inclosed letter from General Turreau excites in me both jealousy & offence, in...
The Tunisian Ambassador put into my hands the packet now sent, & at his request I promised it...
M r Cabell’s last letter to me of Feb. 11. says that if the Professors do not arrive before the...
I confess that the inclosed letter from General Turreau excites in me both jealousy & offence, in...
Having received from all our brethren approbations of the loan, I authorised Mr Brockenbrough to...
I returned yesterday from Bedford, and according to my letter written just before my departure, I...
Your favor of the 16th by post & 17th by mr. Davis have been duly rec⟨eived.⟩ He has not yet...
Your letter to Dayton I think perfectly right, unless perhaps the expression of personal sympathy...
I recieved by last post mr. Gallatin’s observations on Dr. Stevens’s case. His outworks are...
I return all the papers recieved in yours of the 18. & 19th. except one solliciting office, &...
your favor of the 6 th has been recieved, and I will beg leave to add a few supplementory...
Commissions to be issued to the following persons under the bankrupt law. John Mussey at Portland...
Besey calling on me for some seed allows me just time to write a line, to await your arrival at...
I wrote you on the 18th. of May. The address of the Senate was soon after that. The first draught...
Our post having ceased to ride ever since the inoculation began in Richmond till now, I received...
Congress drawing to a close, I must trouble you with a bundle of little commissions 1. to procure...
Memoranda for the President. Information having been recieved in October last that many intruders...
Your packet came to hand yesterday with the letters of Monroe, Armstrong, Coburn, Zeigler &...
I forward you two most important letters sent to me by the President and add his letter to me by...
There can be no doubt that Foronda’s claim for the money advanced to Lt. Pike should be repaid; &...
The following Commissions to be made out Lemuel Trescott of Massachusets Collector of the...
My last to you was of May 11. Yours of Mar. 29. came to hand ten days ago: and about two days ago...
I return you mr Lear’s letters; in which I am sorry to find he says not a word about the...
The passport for the Leonidas goes by this post to the Collector of Norfolk. I return you...
Expecting daily an answer from the President authorising me to sign the within for him I had...
The poll of the N. Y. election stood the day before yesterday thus. Clinton Jay Suffolk 481 228....
I recieved yesterday the inclosed letter & papers from Governor Mercer, requesting my approbation...
I think with you we had better send to Algiers some of the losing articles in order to secure...
A visit of the ladies of our family to mrs Madison gives me an opportunity of sending you our...
Your favors of July 10. & 13. have been duly recieved and I now return the pamphlet inclosed in...
In hopes that mrs. Madison & yourself & miss Madison will favor us with a visit when Colo. Monroe...
I return you Mr. Lear’s letters; in which I am sorry to find he says not a word about the...
I recieved yesterday only yours of Apr. 27. with the letters of Armstrong, Turreau, Hull,...
I have got good lodgings for Monroe & yourself, that is to say, a good room with a fire place &...
When the war broke out which is now raging in Europe, our treaties with France, and Holland...
What say you to taking a wade into the country at noon? It will be pleasant above head at least....
I return you Pinckney’s letter the complection of which I like. If they repeal their orders we...
I return all the papers recieved in yours of the 18. & 19th. except one solliciting office, &...
I have no doubt you have occasionally been led to reflect on the character of the duty imposed by...