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When I had the pleasure of seeing you last summer at my Mothers , I informed you, that M r...
10 June 1811, New York. Observes that it is impossible to comply with his promise to write on...
I shiped yesterday on board the schooner Goodintent , Elliott Kirwan , Master, bound for Richmond...
E. Coles presents his respectful compliments to M r Jefferson, and takes the liberty of informing...
When I had the pleasure to see you at Montpellier I expected long before this to have been with...
5 October 1812. Sends this letter by his cousin Edward Carrington, son of Judge Paul Carrington....
I have this moment received a direct intimation from Dr. Barton, which I am requested to...
Altho’ I presume Payne wrote to his friends in Washington by the return of the Polot, yet as it...
This will be presented to you by Mr George Emlen of this City, whose relations I believe are...
As a good deal of feeling has been excited here by some military appointments, made during the...
I have been desired to communicate to you the wishes of Mr. Charles Biddle (Father of my friend...
I never took up my pen with more hesitation or felt more embarrassment than I now do in...
I had a very warm, fatiguing, and disagreeable journey to Philadelphia, where finding but few of...
I must be permitted again to trouble you, my dear Sir, to return my grateful thanks for the...
Edward Coles is desired by the President to send M r Jefferson the enclosed papers; and to inform...
Having changed our plans so far as to return from Mountvernon to Alexandria last evening, we did...
Flattering myself with the belief that you and Mrs. M. would be gratified in hearing from me,...
Believing from all I can learn here that it may, in the course of the winter, become useful to...
Since I wrote you from St. Louis I have visited the Lead Mines, and passed on from them through...
I have been shown the original, and permitted to take a copy, of a Power of Attorney, devised...
I have just had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 7th., and hasten, agreeably to your...
Mr. Birkbeck, a very extensive, and one of the most scientific and best practical...
As you and Mrs. M. were so kind as to say, at the moment of parting, that you would be gratified...
I enclose you a receipt for the 10$ you sent by me for the Agricultural Society of Albemarle. I...
It was my intention, as you know, to have remained here but two or three days. But altho’ I have...
In consequence of the great quantity of rain which fell, and the muddy roads, and high waters, I...
I left the Green Mountain this morning, and am this far on my way to Illinois. Altho’ I am...
I have only time to enclose you my late message to the Legislature–and to say that I expect to...
It was my intention to have made you and Mrs. Madison a visit about this time—but unexpectedly I...
My Brother has transmitted to me your letter to him of May 29., from which I perceive that you...
Edward Coles On Acct with James Madison For a check on the Bank of Va inclosed I. A. Coles in...
You will doubtless be surprised to find that I am here. It was my intention to have remained in...
Payne having failed to come into the City, I went out last evening to see him at the Water works....
It was my intention to have seen or written to you before this. But I was detained in Richd. by a...
Agreeably to your request I have paid to the printer of the National Gazette the five dollars you...
Soon after leaving you I became sick, & continued so for several weeks--indeed I have not yet...
Your letter of the 8th of Nov: was recd. in due time, and should have been sooner answered, but...
I send you enclosed two communications of the Governor, & a report of a Committee of the...
Received of James Madison one hundred and twenty dollars in full of interest on his note up to...
I have been anxious ever since I left you to learn the state of your health. I have heard from...
Thinking it possible, my dear Sir, you may not wish others to see what I am now about to take the...
My friend Mr Robert C. Winthrop, a son of the Lieut: Governor of Massachusetts, being desirous of...
In compliance with your request I have procured a copy of Gen: Armstrongs letter to Gen: Jackson,...
On a recent occasion, when one of the States of the Union promulgated doctrines subversive of the...
In returning my thanks, which I do most heartily, for your letter of the 29th ulto, I must be...
I have recd. your letter of the 3d. instant enclosing me a Check on the Bank of Virginia at...
Agreeably to my intention, made known to you, I should have deposited the $7. you overpaid me in...
In returning you my grateful acknowledgements for your highly prized letter of the 15th instant,...
I should have had this pleasure sooner, but for a severe cold, which confined me to the house for...
The enclosed letter from Col: Ch: Todd was recd. to day. I have an imperfect recollection of the...