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I have recd. your letter of Jany. 2. with the sketch of a convention arranged between you & the...
I have the honor of submitting to your consideration the paper herewith marked A—which exhibits a...
By the President of the United States, of America A PROCLAMATION. Whereas great and weighty...
24 July 1811, Washington. Proposes to convince JM that the president has the power “to settle as...
24 July 1811, Indian Office. Informs JM that Samuel Tupper, factor in the trading house at...
A sincere and ardent veneration for your person and character, has induced me, to transmit you an...
I beg leave to inform you, that I have received the volume for general La Fayette . I shall set...
“Sirs—The Journal proceeds—1782—November 21, Thursday—Paid a visit to Mr. Brantzen, and then to...
your Mother has been So constant in writing that I have been the more remiss. I am glad to find...
I hope you will not impute my not writing to you by your son to want of attention to you, or a...
We are at length about to exchange Washington for Montpelier. The morning after tomorrow is fixt...
I had the pleasure of duly receiving yours of the 8th. inclosing a Copy of your son’s oration. In...
23 July 1811. Has just heard that “the consulship at Tripoli is without an officer, in...
My Brother Norborn & myself having Commenced a Commission buisiness in this place any...
M r John T Mason , intends to pass thro’ your part of the Country on his return to Loudon ; and...
I have perused the pamphlet you did me the honor to submit to my perusal last Saturday. It...
Mr. Barry has expressed to me Your wish that your Glass should be sent by your Waggon. I will...
22 July 1811, Madeira. Acknowledges receipt of the duplicate of JM’s letter of 28 May . “I feel...
I had not supposed a letter would still find you at Washington . yours by last post tells me...
I must ask the favor of you to send me by return of post 200.D. I drew on you the 20 th inst. for...
Timber Length in feet & parts— Breadth in Inches Thickness in Inches— 6 10 15 16 4.½ Back Cants...
In the beginning of the year 1776 There was printed, at Phyladelphia, a Pamphlet under the Title...
In the Winter of 1776 there was much discussion in Congress concerning the Necessity of...
American vessels are now pouring upon us in floods—I wrote you less than a month since that there...
Mammoth Rye . I recieved it last year from France . it is lately from Asia . I sowed 70 grains in...
I have taken a second consideration on the calculation of the running gears intended for your saw...
The 4th of July has been celebrated in Philada: in the manner I expected. The military men, and...
20 July 1811, St. Petersburg. Announces that he wishes to employ his envoy Count Pahlen elsewhere...
20 July 1811. Submits to JM “the enclosed literal copy of the original” on the assumption that...
Your letter of the 17 th ul t has been received and the answering of it thus long delaid. to...
IN dedicating this book to you, I have many reasons to expect, that I shall escape the censures,...
Your favour of the 11 th Ult o reached me a few days ago covering the papers asked for in my...
The failure of the postmaster of Charlottesville to forward your favor of the 3 d to Milton , to...
My duty, as Chairman of the Commissioners of the Columbia turnpike roads obliged me to spend the...
The day after I had the honor of seeing you, I visited my young friend. His sentiments respecting...
I reached this place, Madam, after a ride of 22 hours. I cannot refuse myself the satisfaction of...
Having a Copy of the Letter from the Danish Chancery to the Admiralty enclosed in my Letter to...
Letter not found. 18 July 1811. Acknowledged in Hawkins to JM, 13 Oct. 1811 . Discusses political...
I thank you for Leolin which is a morsel of exquisite Taste in composition, and a model of...
The Journal proceeds—November 18, 1782.—Returned Mr. Oswald’s Visit. He says Mr. Strachy, who sat...
I had the honor of receiveing, few days since your letter by Mr. Edwd. Coles and Brother, who...
16 July 1811, Washington. “The smallness of the sum, and the probability that it might be...
Your favor of Mar. 15. by the Essex came safely to hand. I can not disapprove the disposition you...
I take the Liberty to enclose you an Account of a celebration of the fourth of July, to shew you...
15 July 1811. Discusses the financial difficulties of her brother, John, after his return from...
I hope my Dear Sister’s Fibres are not so relaxed by the late intense heat of the weather, as not...
13 July 1811, Derryfield. Introduces the bearer, Benjamin Franklin Stickney, whom he mentioned...
M r William Harris has inform’d me of his intention of making a tender of his services to his...
The Charge of “Change of Politicks” hinted in your Letter of the 8th, deserves no other answer...
12 July 1811, Paris. “For nearly fourteen years I held the appointment of Consul for the United...