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I am the more indebted for your friendly letter of Feb. 13. mentioning the charges against...
I recieved last night a letter from M. Cathalan inclosing that for the Secretary of the Navy...
Considering that I had not been to Bedford for a twelve month before, I thought myself singularly...
Your favor of Mar. 14. has been duly recieved. in that you ask if my letter to mr Morse may be...
The inclosed answers your favor of the 29 th Ult. on the value of your lands. I had had great...
Your favor of the 2 d was rec d on the 16 th inst. together with the herb which accompanied it,...
With the transmission of two of the inclosed letters I have to apologise for having torn the...
The reasons assigned in your favor of the 7 th for preferring to retain Loudon instead of...
The moment, my dear friend, is come which I was so anxious should happen in your time. the office...
Our Visitors determined to make a report to the Governor as their patron, of the progress and...
I recieved your letter at dusk, when no candle was lighted, & not suspecting your so sudden...
I do not know by what individuals the association was formed which is the subject of the inclosed...
I have duly rec d your favor of the 12 th inst. and concur in every sentim t you express on the...
The question presented by the letters you have sent me is the most momentous which has ever been...
Our University asks a kind attention from you. you doubtless know that our legislature...
Finding subsequently, what had not been before attended to that the law had appointed the 1 st...
The inclosed letter is from a person entirely unknown to me; yet it seems to expect a confidence...
The multiplied sollicitations to interest myself with you for applicants for office have been...
I am often placed under the dilemma of either alienating my old friends, or of giving you the...
Your favor of the 3 d is recieved and always with welcome these texts of truth relieve me from...
On the failure of the house of Smith & Buchanan & their connections in Baltimore, Col o Robert...
D r Wallis of Fauquier with whom I think you are acquainted seems desirous as his years advance...
I have duly recieved your two favors of Feb.23. and 27. and am truly sensible of the interest you...
I took the liberty some time last fall of placing mr Duane your notice, should any thing occur...
There will be some cases wherein it will be out of my power to refuse my testimony of worth to...
Your favor of Jan. 15. is recieved, and I am entirely sensible of the kindness of the motives...
The use you have made of my letters needed no apology. they were in fact public in their nature....
What can I do, my dear friend, with such letters as the inclosed, but forward them to you? and...
You oblige me infinitely, dear Sir, by sending me the Congressional documents in pamphlet form....
I shall not waste your time in idle congratulations. you know my joy on the commitment of the...
I have made it a rule, and have pretty steadfas tly ob observed it, not to permit myself to be...
Th: J. to the President Instead of the unintelligible sketch I gave you the other day, I send it...
Your favor of Jan. 29. did not get to hand till a few days past, and as I could not answer it...
In answering a letter from mr Short I indulged myself in some off-hand speculations on the...
Mr. Girardin, president of the college of Baltimore understanding that the office of librarian to...
I thank you, dear Sir, for the opportunity of perusing the inclosed, which I return without...
Your favor of the 13 th was recieved yesterday. your use of my letter with the alterations...
I forward to you the inclosed letter on the same ground on which it is addressed to me, and not...
The wine called Scuppernon (or some name like that) is made as I am informed on the South side of...
The reciept of a commission as Visitor , will have informed you, if you did not know it before,...
I have examined my letter of Jan. 13. 1803. as well as the indistinct copy given by the copying...
You have seen announced in several of our papers an intention of the Polonese nation to erect a...
I thank you, Dear Sir, for the opportunity of reading mr Taylor’s letter, which I now return....
My friend Col o Peyton, passing thro’ Washington on a trip to the North, will pay his respects to...
Amant Spreafico , of Nice , to be Consul of that place instead of Victor Adolphus Sasserno...
I have been lately visited by a mr Miralla, a native of Buenes Ayres, but resident in Cuba for...
I inclose you a letter from Thomas Lieper, the Doyen, you know of the genuine republicans of...
I recieve mr Livingston’s question through you with kindness, and answer it without hesitation....
I recieved last night a letter from Cathalan of Aug. 13. informing me he had just recieved some...