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Letter not found. 10 July 1797. Mentioned in JM to Jefferson, 2 Aug. 1797 . Informs JM that James...
Mr. R. Hackley has made known to me his wish to receive a consular appointment to some of the...
Letter not found: from John Dawson, 23 Feb. 1789. On 5 Mar. GW wrote to Dawson : “I have duly...
I will Thank-you kindly to inform me whether or not you receivd a letter which I took the liberty...
We have an account here that France has made peace with Prussia, which seems to gain belief—the...
Mrs. Wood wishes to have some conversation with you on a subject in which she is deeply...
I received the enclosed letter a few days ago, and learn from the Secretary of the navy that...
Mr. Samuel Turner of George town has made known to me his wish to act as the Marshal of this...
I take the liberty to present to you General Horey of South Carolina—a soldier of our revolution,...
Mr. Page Lomax, a young gentleman of this place, and the son of your friend Mr. Thomas Lomax is...
I am thus far on my way to Philadelphia, from whence I shall write to you as soon as I have any...
Will you permit me to present to your acquaintance and civilities Mr. Carter, who proposes to...
§ From John Dawson. 28 April 1806, Fredericksburg. “I take the liberty to present to you Mr...
Letter not found. 27 May 1801, Paris. Mentioned in JM to Levi Lincoln, 25 July 1801 , and JM to...
I herewith hand to you some observations which have been transmited to me, and which appear to...
29 October 1803, Washington . “Some time ago I intimated to you my willingness to go to New...
I have heard that Genl. Hull will not act as the Governor of Michigan—shoud that be the case, and...
I take the liberty to inclose you a copy of a letter which I have just written and shall deliver...
§ From John Dawson. 23 April 1806. “I call’d to see you on this morning, but you were engag’d. I...
I inclose you one hundred dollars which you lent to me on my leaving Washington, with many thanks...
I take the liberty to present to you Mr. C Chew of New York, who informs me that he has some...
On yesterday I recievd your letter of the 15. & on the day before wrote to you. The opposition...
The last evenings stage brought me your letter & a paper of the 21. of the last month. Before it...
Your session no doubt commencd on the last monday & the communications which you will have it in...
The recent outrage near our capes has excited an indignant feeling which extends to every...
By yesterday’s post of receiv’d your two letters dated on Monday and Wednesday. The legislature...
It is now several months since I was honord with a letter from you. During the recess of...
I left Philaa. on the 1st. & arrivd here on the 5. In the morning I shall go to Richmond for a...
I am honord with your favour of the 21st. inst., for which youll be pleased to recieve my thanks....
I am favour’d with your letter of the 24 ulto. with a paper inclos’d, for which I beg you’ll...