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Ordered, that the Secretary wait upon the President of the United States, and acquaint him, that...
I am so Happy, so exceedingly Rejoiced to hear, that your Excellency encourages the Publishing...
With the utmost sorrow have I lately perused the unhappy fate of your son, and among the many...
My second son Richard Rush has long felt a strong desire to visit Europe in the capacity of a...
I have duly recieved your favor of Nov. 10. and shall be happy in every practicable occasion of...
I herewith transmit you these successive numbers to this date of the Leyden Gazette: It is...
I take the liberty of suggesting, for your consideration, the propriety of proposing to Congress...
I should deem myself lost to the best Emotions of the human heart, did I not seize with Avidity...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Granger and incloses him a letter from mr Lyon a...
Permit me the honour of presenting to your Excellency a copy of a brief history of the...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Lyon and informs him that he has inclosed his letter...
Your favor of Oct. 27. was recieved some time since, and read with pleasure. it is not for me to...
[ Albany, December 4, 1801. On Sunday, December 6, 1801, Schuyler wrote to Elizabeth Hamilton and...
I sincerely condole with Mrs. Hamilton and you on the loss which you have sustained in the death...
I return the notification which Mr. Palyart has given of your appointment to act in his place as...
4 December 1801, Madrid. No. 296. Has had no news of Commodore Dale since he sailed from Málaga....
4 December 1801, Baltimore. States that his affairs in America will delay for some time his...
The Memorial of the Commissioners appointed by virtue of an Act of Congress, entituled “an act...
The Legislature of Georgia, reposing high confidence in the Executive of the Union, congratulates...
Not having heard from our friend in Petersburg upon the subject of the Tobacco, I wrote him on...
Your favor of Nov. 28. came to hand the night before last, and I thank you for the attentions to...
Your favor of Nov. 26. came to hand the night before last. it would have given me great pleasure...
A gentleman here has occasion for a particular purpose to consult the Preliminary discourse...
Your favour of 20th. Sept. last was duly received, and its contents attended to immediately on...
I have the pleasure to inclose for communication to the society observations made on a lunar...
The Secretary of the Treasury requests the Secretary of State to furnish him with a copy of the...
Last Sunday evening, in great haste, I happened to direct a letter, on the subject of printing...
J’ai reçu du Ministre des relations extérieures l’instruction de présenter au Gouvernement des...
I have recieved your two letters. I wish It Could be managed So as to Stop whatever may be due,...
In the month of August, mr Barnes shipped from hence by the Schooner William, James Collett...
This claim is totally without foundation. M. de Rayneval wrote to me on the subject last spring...
Your favor of Nov. 6. was recieved in due time. a press of business has prevented my answering...
I do myself the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your excellency’s letter of the first...
Agreeably to the instruction of the President A Thomas had the honor to Submit the enclosed...
2 December 1801, Gibraltar. No. 76. Has received no letters from JM and has written none since...
2 December 1801, Hamburg. Acknowledges receipt of a duplicate of JM’s 1 Aug. circular letter ....
I have none of your regarded favours wherefore referr to my last dispatch No. 75, since when have...
I had the honor to receive a few days ago your duplicate Circular of the 1st. Augt. Similar...
In my last notes in the case between mr Ross & myself, I mentioned that I would apply to messrs....
Your favor of Nov. is recieved. my crop of tobacco of the last year’s growth was sold in April....
I have the pleasure of making Known to you Mr: Richard Peters & Mr: J. B Wallace, two gentlemen...
Enclosed I send you an explanation of the Device for an armorial Atchievement and Reverse of a...
Ca. 1 December 1801, Norfolk. Rescued thirteen distressed Portuguese seamen off the Azores in...
In the Year 1800—in the Month of March I Received on Board of my Vessel, thirteen Portugues...
The Secretary of the Navy , the regular organ for the present communication, being absent from...
Permitame V.E qe por la Ultima ves, le moleste lleno de Sentimientos; y represente mi desgracia...
La Magnifisencia de las Obras, la Magnanimidad del Corason, adorno de las Costumbres, Lusimiento...
7. Thos. Lehré recommended by C. Pinckney and Goodwyn by P. Butler & by Ephraim Ramsay Parker ....
A sense of thy services to our Country, and the satisfaction I have received from our...
An Article of the Treaty with France, stating, that all Vessels captured after September 1800...