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My notice of your health on the 31st. Ultimo, Sir, was intended to shew, that I knew what you had...
I had the honor to learn from the person, who left you on the 31st. instant that you were then...
I had the honor to receive a copy of your evidences relative to the murders of the family of...
I have the pleasure of your letter by Dr. B . and feel great pleasure at the partial measures,...
When I had the pleasure of my last interview with you, it was mentioned, that two gentlemen would...
It The Reasons which induced me to the freedom of my communication concerning our Affairs with...
I have the honor to make application to you upon the subject of two letters, which I have...
I have the honor to transmit to you, from considerations both of duty and of prudence, a copy of...
I have received a letter from one of my brothers, who went thro Pittsburg to New Orleans in June...
I wrote yesterday to Mr. Church, & now trouble you with this from a presumption that he is yet...
I had the honor to communicate to you by a late mail a few important lines concerning a foreign...
I have the honor to communicate to you the substance of a note, without his signature, which I...
Mr. T. Coxe returns, with his best respects, the pamphlet Mr. Jefferson was so good as to lend...
Mr. Robert Wescott who recd the title of the Land sold Messrs. Whelen Miller & Co. has reconveyed...
The reasons, which induced me to the freedom of my communication concerning our affairs with...
In doing myself the honor to submit to your consideration the ideas contained in the inclosed...
Mr. Coxe has the honor respectfully to enclose to the President the principal letter from his...