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The enclosed letter being from Mr: King, I apprehended might enclose one to me, from the...
We have this day a bill introduced to remove the temporary seat of Government to...
I enclose you a letter, which I received last Monday, and by which you will learn the distressing...
I received a few days since your very kind letter which I am ashamed of answering by a few lines;...
I have now two letters from you, and one from my mother, which ought to be answered more...
I have received your kind favour of the 6th: instt: and shall be careful to enclose the more...
Mr: Welsh proposes to return home by the way of Amsterdam, and will be the bearer of this...
The bill to protect foreign seamen, has been again debated this day, and various alterations in...
I continue as long as possible to send you my gazette; but I now hope in the course of three...
I have very much regretted, my dear Sir, that the severity of the Season has deprived us of the...
I have already written you a very long letter in answer to your favour of the 8th: instt:—and...
As I am informed there is a vessel soon to sail from Amsterdam for Boston I now forward to Mr....
I have two letters from you which ought to have been answered some time since, but I have only...
Since writing the within letter, I have seen Coll. Smith, who informs me that my Sister will...
I have received, and communicated to this Government, my recall from the mission here—I shall...
It is my intention during the short time that I expect to remain here, to send you from time to...
This prohibition of the admission of slaves into Louisiana, is like the drawing of a jaw tooth—We...
You will find, in the multitude of public documents, which I constantly transmit to you, the only...
The foreign Seamen Law, was yesterday postponed to the first Monday in December.—yeas 21. nays...
I enclosed under a blank cover to you a copy of the President’s Message, on the day when it was...
The gazette , of which you will find the first number enclosed, is intended to give you a concise...
The Fire and Marine Insurance Office are now repaying the third part of their capital, to which...
I enclose herewith the second number of my Gazette, which completes the Journal for the month of...
You will see by the folio sheet I inclose to you, that the House of Representatives have not yet...
A letter is now reading from Captain Bainbridge, with an account of the loss of the frigate...
After a passage of 58 days from Hamburg we have this day landed here, where we purpose to stay...
Before I proceed to remark upon the particular causes alledged by the citizen Hauterive in his...
We have seen in examining the first chapter of the volume “upon the state of France at the end of...
My last letter to you, was of November 25. since which I have not enjoyed the pleasure of...
I send you by this opportunity a french pamphlet entitled “ Bacon , as he is ; or denunciation of...