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Tho it is probable, that the subject may reach you & Mr. Jefferson in some other way, I think it...
I took the liberty on the 31st. Ulto. to address a letter to you, which was covered, with some...
The extraordinary operations against the cause of self government is manifest in the old world,...
The extraordinary operations against the cause of self government is manifest in the old world,...
I have heard of a collection of the debates in Congress between 1790 and 1800, which are to be...
I should have replied sooner to your last favor, but I had hoped to find some of the debates &ca,...
In consequence of a very kind letter of the 13th Ulto. from Mr. Jefferson, in which he recognizes...
You are one of the last persons to whom it is necessary to observe how comfortable are the...
During your investiture with the office of President you were so good as to confer the...
I beg leave to place, on the table of your library, the inclosed addition to my original Memoir...
I took the liberty to cover to you, by a late mail, a couple of printed copies of the Memoir on...
I was honored by your letter of March last on the 11th. of that month. The papers inclosed came...
Since I had the honor to submit to your consideration the object to which my recent memoir...
An affair in which I have no interest, but that of a citizen, whose property is landed, has...
I am informed by my friend & neighbour Mr. Du Ponceau, that he has received a letter from our...
In the winter of 1806/7, the writer of this note was so deeply impressed with the despotic...
I have the honor to offer to you my most grateful and respectful acknowledgements for the...
I have the honor most respectfully to state, that the Attorney General of Pennsylvania has...
I had the honor by yesterdays mail, before entering upon my Pennsylvania office, to transmit to...
I have the honor to respectfully to represent to you, that the Governor of Pennsylvania has been...
I had some time ago the honor to apply to you for the favor of Warrants, as Midshipmen in the...
During the last twelve or fifteen months two of my sons have pressed upon me an application to...
The admission of new states, and particularly of Louisiana, and the representation, on...
From my knowledge of the Reverend Mr. W. White, Commr. of Loans & of John White Esqr Collector of...
Mr. Cose most respectfully requests the favor of the President to peruse, in the democratic press...
The Comme. of Defense determined, on Thursday (I think), the 15th., to request a comme: from each...
The inclosed view of the British population is most respectfully submitted, at this crisis....
In proportion as new, solemn and unlooked for duties and trials come upon you, I find myself...
I respectfully request permission to submit to your perusal the enclosed papers, merely for...
A real necessity for relief, and not an intention to injure any one obliges me to make the...
I think it my duty confidentially to make known to you, that I have drawn a respectful memorial...
It has been my lot to be a trespasser upon your goodness, which has been very great and to my...
I had the honor to receive your commission, of the 8th. instant for the office of Collector of...
I presume you will receive, by the mail of this day, or tomorrow an account of the death of Gen....
I hope and trust, that the air and partial relaxation of Montpelier have restored you to the...
I am encouraged by your goodness, expressed thro Mr Gallatin, to trouble you with a letter on the...
I hope this letter will find you restored to that state of health which your personal happiness,...
Mr Coxe has the honor respectfully to transmit the enclosed to the President, as the best...
In the course of my reflections upon the intended negociations at St. Petersburg, I find my mind...
I really am unable to excuse myself, in my own mind, for the troublesome applications I have so...
Mr. Eustis, the late Secretary of War, on his way to Boston, remained two or three days here....
I respectfully trust you will excuse this second letter, when you know the circumstances, under...
It is only from a desire to reserve from the public files of the war department an application,...
I had the honor to write you a hasty line at day light yesterday morning. Suffer me to obtrude...
I am astonished to learn that Mr. B. Mifflin deputy Commy died yesterday suddenly. I entreat your...
It is with sincere reluctance, that I trouble you upon the subject of a vacancy which I am told...
I have the honor to inclose to you a copy of a paper, which is written, in part, with a view to...
The great intrinsic importance of Banking institutions, both associated and incorporated, will be...
It would be a matter of surprize to you, if you were to learn that any person, who ever felt a...
Ca. 26 May 1810. Discusses the need to encourage American manufactures and encloses some...