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Yours of May 29. came safe to Hand, and am much pleased to find that your Citizens have behaved...
No testimonials of personal respect to me, or of Attachment to the Government could be more...
Mr. Hughes will please to execute the above order as follows—After deducting the Costs he will...
Let me know whether you have received the money from Astor. Having informed Mr L that the affair...
Draft (incomplete): American Philosophical Society On my Return from our Northern Journey, I...
Photostat: Historical Society of Pennsylvania Since my last I have received your Favour of June...
ALS (letterbook draft): Library of Congress I received yours of Oct. 12. and in answer to your...
I write my dear Margaret to enquire after the health of your dear Father, who we all here are...
Letter not found: to Samuel Hughes, 15 Aug. 1793. Hughes wrote GW on 19 Aug. 1793 that he “had...
Mr. Lewis A. Terascon, an enterprising citizen of Pennsylvania, having built and loaded two...
Your letter of the 18th Ult, has duly come to hand, with the extract from the decree of the...
We are ready according to the terms of our Commission to enquire into the claims which may be...
22 March 1805, Department of State . “The President of the United States being desirous of...
I recollect with much satisfaction the friendly and familiar intercourse between Major Fuller his...
Having asked and obtained the opinion of the Attorney General on certain points stated by the...
11 June 1805, Department of State. “As no specific appropriation was made by Congress for the...
I have received your letter of the 21st of Novr., and am much obliged to you for the information...
§ To William Hull. 17 January 1806, Department of State. “As the seals & seal-presses necessary...
[ Philadelphia, February 28, 1793. “… The issue is contrary to expectation and is matter of...
I inclose herewith a number of printed copies of a proclamation issued yesterday by the...
§ To William Hull. 17 March 1806, Department of State. “I have received your letter of the 26th....
The President having thought proper to revoke the Commission of Stanley Griswold Esqr. as...
I enclose a pardon of the homicide committed by Mechosee, mentioned in your letter of the 18th....
I informed you in my last, that my own knowledge of the Western Country was rather general than...
I am just favord with your Letter of Yesterday. As the intent of sending the Troops on the Lines...
I have had the honor to receive your letter of the 8th. instant. The qualification of a freehold...
I enclose an extract of a letter from the Postmaster General to the President containing...
I recieved safely your letter of May 30. & with it your astronomical work & Political essay on...
Thos: Jefferson asks leave to observe to Baron de Humboldt that the question of limits of...
I have to acknolege your two letters of Dec. 20. & 26. 1811. by mr Correa , and am first to thank...
The reciept of your Distributio geographica plantarum, with the duty of thanking you for a work...
I recieved last night your favor of the 24th. and offer you my congratulations on your arrival...
The interruption of our intercourse with France , for some time past, has prevented my writing to...
Know all men by these presents, that we William Madison & James Madison are held and firmly bound...
AL (incomplete): Royal Society of Edinburgh; printed in full in Essays and Observations, Physical...
ALS : Royal Society of Edinburgh I have too long postpon’d answering your obliging Letter, a...
ALS : Royal Society of Edinburgh It is no small Pleasure to me to hear from you that my Paper on...
I recieved exactly a week ago your favor of Dec. 31. which may explain the tardy date of this...
your reccommendation alone would have been surficient apology for me Authority for me to sign my...
Your letter of Yesterday reached me yesterday me last night— I cannot express in terms strong...
The unexpected Honour of your Obliging Letter of the 30th of September and the rich presents it...
19 July 1802, Department of State. “I have duly received your letter of the 12th. Inst. [not...
I thank you, Sir, for your MS. on stenography. past the use of such things at present, I have...
Mr. Madison the Secretary of State being not yet arrived at this place, and a favorable...
As I go on Monday to Join the Cantonment of the Regiment I am under the Necessity of applying for...
My last to you was of Aug. 23. acknoleging the reciept of your Nos. 19. 21. and 22. Since that I...
On hand fit for service—soldiers tents 35. wall tents 6 Expected daily from Connecticut 300. very...
I have been favored with yours of yesterday respecting colonel Popkin’s going on the recruiting...
There has been published at Madrid, by some bishop who had been to Mexico, and found there an...
In the latter part of July I wrote to you very fully, since which I have received your favor of...