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As far as can be judged from the maps, the road from Fort Stoddert ought to bear down South...
After delivering my letters to Dr. Jones, I recieved one from mr Thomas Strode, to whom I presume...
Some days ago a person called at my door with your account, & as I was engaged in business with...
Your two letters of Apr. 9. & 15. were recieved together on the 21st. inst only. I am sorry you...
Your last letter bears date on the 12th. February. Those of 18 Octr. 11. 26 Novr. 11. 23 Decr. 28...
I have the honor to make known to you that by a nomination of the President with the concurrence...
§ From Isaac Cox Barnet. 23 April 1806, Paris. “With my respects of the 26th. Ulto. I had the...
§ From John Dawson. 23 April 1806. “I call’d to see you on this morning, but you were engag’d. I...
The Petition of John Adams, humbly Sheweth, That your petitioner hath been convicted at the...
I have the honor of proposing for your approbation the following promotions & appointments in the...
I have laid my Petition before the Senate in behalf of the Heirs of Captn. Carver praying for a...
Have the goodness to cause the Book containing proceedings of the Senate in their risen capacity,...
Presuming too much upon Mr Jeffersons polite attention to me while I resided in the United States...
Under the same cover with this you will receive a letter for our Consul at St Petersburg...
§ From Sylvanus Bourne. 22 April 1806, Amsterdam. “You will perceive by the within that matters...
§ From Anthony Merry. 22 April 1806, Washington. “Mr Merry presents his Respects to Mr Madison....
§ From James Simpson. 22 April 1806, Tangier. No. 110. “I have the honour to advise that in...
the respect which evry one feels for youre destinguished merit and virtue encourages me to...
Observing a Statement in a late Columbia Paper, wherein it appears that Certain Charges were...
The interest I feel in every thing which concerns your Charracter will I hope serve as an Apology...
I send you the inclosed from O’Brien merely that you may read the upper half of the last page the...
I duly received your Excellency’s letter, enclosing the judicial proceedings had, under your...
§ From Joseph H. Daveiss. 21 April 1806, Near the Yellow Banks, Kentucky. “Upon arriving home...
§ From Frederick Degen. 21 April 1806, Naples. “I did myself the honor to address you the 17th....
§ Account of William Thornton. 21 April 1806. “For Services rendered in the Patent office” from...
While it is my highest ambition to extend the sphere of my usefulness & in some measure to...
Before the boat arrives which is to carry me to St. Louis, and which I hourly expect, I think it...
I inclose you a bill of lading for a pair of 6. feet Millstones, weight 6000.℔ which were to...
Although I have been in the city a week, an unfortunate accident has prevented my waiting upon...
I nominate for promotion and appointment in the army of the US. the several persons proposed in...
Having obtained a sight of the bill now before the Senate entitled “an act in addition to an act...
I inclose to you a hasty sketch of our state politics. The sufferings I have endured would not...
By some letters from Washton lately recieved it appears that there is great interest felt in our...
I have the pleasure to inform you that I had an interview with Mr. Fox yesterday, in which we...
§ From Sylvanus Bourne. 20 April 1806, Amsterdam. “In proportion to the rapidity of the late...
§ From Henry C. Coleman. 20 April 1806, Fredericksburg. “I take the liberty of enclosing you a...
§ From George Joy. 20 April 1806, London. “I hand you herein the report of a decision lately made...
§ From George Mathews Jr. 20 April 1806, Washington, Mississippi Territory. “I received a...
§ From William Haslett Smith. 20 April 1806, Baltimore. “I have to ask the favor of you to...
The H. of R. having by a resolution requested me to take effectual measures for the completion of...
J’ose me flatter que Vous ne desapprouverez pas que J’aie l’honneur de Vous rappeller la demande...
The Bill which Our Tennant has presented must I presume be allowd him: the repairs were necessary...
To the Secretary of State, Clerks and Messenger in his Office, for one Quarters Salary,...
I owe an acknowledgement to Your Imperial Majesty of the great satisfaction I have recieved from...
We take leave to present to you, a Resolution of the Senate and House of Representatives of the...
I have the honor of proposing, for your approbation, the following promotion and appointments in...
I do hereby certify that no evil or inconvenience has arisen to the public from the employment of...
√ I nominate James Monroe now Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States at the court of...
Your favor of the 7th. came to hand on the 10th. I had before recieved a letter from mr Spier of...
The Bearer of this Mr. Edward Dartnell will do Mr. Samuel G. Ogden and myself the honor of...