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Will you be so good as to read the inclosed Letter from Dr. Belknap and tell me, from your...
Mr Malcom was three years in my family at Philadelphia as my private Secretary; and during that...
My Election to the Presidents Office was but by a majority of one, or at most of two Votes. Mr...
A young Gentleman, and his Father, have requested me to mention his Name to The Secretary of The...
I have subscribed with Mr Gray and others a recommendation of Hendrick W Gordon Esquire a copy of...
I am very apprehensive that the liberties I so frequently take of writing to you will appear...
The Reverend, Mr Henry Colman of Hingham, my Neighbour and Acquaintance has a Brother, as I am...
I have been informed that a number of very respectable Gentlemen are desirous of having the...
Yesterday Morning expecting a Letter from Dr Rush I Sent early to the Post Office: but my...
I ought to make an apology to you for the trouble I give you to read so many of my letters upon...
I was yesterday honoured with the favour of the 5 inclosing Dr Waterhouses letter to me of the 23...
I hope you will not think me a Fanatic, because I introduce Clergyman to you. The Truth is that...
When my Son departed for Russia, I injoined upon him to write nothing to me, which he was not...
Francis C. Gray a Son of our late Lt. Governor, after an Education at Colledge, two Years travels...
Knowing the immense weight of your cares, it gives me pain to interrupt you a moment. But when a...
The enclosed letter supposes more importance, in my judgement, than it deserves. Whatever it is...
Benjamin Wells Esqr and his Lady are very ambitious of paying their respects to President Madison...
I am informed that General Dearborne, Mr Morton and other Gentlemen have recommended Mr Winthop...
I have So often taken the Liberty to introduce Gentlemen to The President of The United States,...
Thank you for your favour of the 12th. The Anecdote mentioned in my Letter of the 4th of...
As I feel a kind of Ambition to introduce to the past present and future Presidents of U.S. Some...
I beg leave to introduce to You Col. William Sumner; and to Mrs Madison, his Sister, Miss...
As I can make no Apology for so long forgetting to return the volumes inclosed, I must, without...
Accept my thanks for your favour of last month. The safe Arrival of your books has quieted my...
Permit me to present you, what I think a Curiosity. Dr Mayhews Thirtieth of January Sermon,...
Since the departure of my Brother, Mr: John Q Adams, upon his Mission to Russia, and while he was...
I take the Liberty of addressing you in behalf of my Son, now at St Petersburgh, and to ask of...
I am informed that among other disagreeable things said about the removal of Congress from...
On my arrival in this city I am more convinced than I was before of the necessity of giving a...
If Mr. Madison should be disengaged this Evening Mr. Hamilton would be obliged by an opportunity...
I have been very delinquent My Dear Sir in not thanking you sooner for your letter from...
I believe I am in your debt a letter or two, which is owing to my occupations in relation to the...
Some days since I wrote to you, My Dear Sir, inclosing a letter from a Mr. V Der Kemp &c. I then...
In my last I think I informed you that the elections had turned out, beyond expectation,...
Yesterday, My Dear Sir, The Convention made a house. That day and this have been spent in...
I thank you for your letter of the 9th. instant and am glad to learn that you think the chance is...
I am very sorry to find by your letter of the 13th that your prospects are so critical. Our...
A day or two ago General Schuyler at my request sent forward to you an express with an account of...
Your letter of the 20th. came to hand two days since. I regret that your prospects were not yet...
I felicitate you sincerely on the event in Virginia; but my satisfaction will be allayed, if I...
I thank you My Dear Sir for yours by the post. Yesterday I communicated to Duer our situation...
I wrote to you by the last post since which nothing material has turned up here. We are debating...
I thank you My Dear Sir for yours of the 20th. The only part of it which surprises me is what you...
I thank you My Dear Sir for the line you was so obliging as to leave for me and for the loan of...
You will oblige me by taking the trouble to peruse the Report which accompanies this; and if the...
[ New York, May 20, 1801. On May 26, 1801, Madison wrote to Hamilton : “I have received your...
[ New York, April 18, 1784. “I take the liberty to introduce him to you, as to one who will be...
Can nothing be done in our Assembly for poor Paine? Must the merits, & Services of Common Sense...
After the several conversations we have had on the subject of inland navigation; and the benefits...
Gentlemen: I returned yesterday from Annapolis, having conducted the Marquis La Fayette that far...