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I have this moment had the honour to receive your letter covering copies of a variety of my...
It is some time since I had the honour to receive and acknowledge your letter of the 14th. of...
I have had the honour to receive your letter of the 14th of August, and have read it with that...
It is some time since I submitted to the public certain observations on the writings of the late...
To ensure your well-pleased extension of the usual kindness of your hospitality to Mr. Alfred...
In tracing the conduct and character of Genl. Jackson I have had a correspondence with Genl....
For your letter of the 16th. Feby I now beg leave to express my thanks, and shall take occasion...
In examining the events of the late war I believe I have ascertained that when in the fall of...
I felt myself pleased and honoured by your letter, & shall avail myself of the earliest stage of...
The inclination which I expressed to you several years ago, in 1823 I believe, to devote myself...
It is, you must allow, very natural that any inquirer into the meaning of the constitution,...
As the reputed authour of a rejected address which was reported to the Jackson Convention in this...
Although I may not wish to be known , I expect to be reputed as the authour of the inclosed...
H. Lee has had the honour to receive Mr. Madison’s note of the 22nd April, and is glad to learn...
In a former letter, the only one I have written to you, I proffered my grateful & cordial thanks...
I feel daily & hourly the effect of your & Admiral Warrens goodness to me, & my heart constantly...
I cannot refrain from expressing to you my apprehensions on a subject which mater[i]ally affects...
I cannot with-hold from you what my heart so imperiously orders. The public good & yr. honor...
As the enclosed paper from the metropolis of yr. own state may not so soon reach yr. eye as in...
I so reluctantly address you on private business, when I knew that yr. public dutys claim every...
I came here to pay you a short visit, but finding a carriage at yr. door I avoided trespassing so...
I came here to see the S of war on army appointments & was obliged to wait till late in the...
27 December 1811, Baltimore. This letter will be presented by Major Clark of Little York in...
I cannot with-hold the expression of my delight at the tone & manner of yr. message (I wish I...
I received the other day a letter from my long loved friend Mr Stoddert requesting my correction...
The day after I had the honor of seeing you, I visited my young friend. His sentiments respecting...
Having omitted to mention one or two circumstances to you in the case of my neighbor Mr Yeaton...
Very contrary to my general practice is the entrusion of my solicitation for the promotion to...
Very seldom did I ever ask the attention of the President of the U States to any Candidate for...
Yr. speech which reached here last night is so far as my information reaches much approved, for...
You will soon be placed in a station first in honor as first in responsibility & at a period full...
Hoping that a change in our foreign relations might produce a change in our system, I postponed...
It belongs to me to try to aid those I esteem & who stand in need of it. Such is the case with...
Doctor Wellford having conducted the medical department of the Militia Army in 94, I owe it to my...
The last letr. from my family commands me to make the only effort in my power to preserve a life,...
I enclose for yr. confidential perusal the letr. on which was founded mine to the P. As I said...
I find here considerable distress at the issue to Mr Rs mission. All prospect it would succeed, &...
I do not know whether any information I can give will be to you intelligence. But I am so...
I have been detained here by a violent cold taken on my journey & of which I am just recovering....
I was as far as G town on my way to Alexa. this morning when I recd. several letters, all of...
So long seperated from politics & politicians I should not now revive even a momentary connexion...
We seem to be passing the threshold of War. I fear it is inevitable. Therefore we ought to be...
I have some papers of a private nature touching some pecuniary concerns in London interesting to...
6 June 1795, Richmond. Introduces Mr. Hopkins, “a gentleman from Newyork on a visit to our...
I hear with real joy that you have joined the happy circle & that too in the happiest manner. To...
I had the pleasure my dear sir to receive your letter by Mr. Adair & shall pay every attention to...
In obedience to the direction of the General Assembly I transmit a copy of the resolutions passed...
Some few days after my late domestic calamity which stings me to the quick, I left this place on...
I have your two letters of the 6th & 11th. The last communicated the appointment of commander in...
I had the pleasure last night to receive your letter of the 28h. March with the newspapers...