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Amongst the Multitude of your Friends, and Admirers, permit me to Congratulate you upon The Fame...
I have read with attention your Reply to Messieurs Smith, Ames, & Dexter; I am certain there is...
I had the satisfaction to receive your very Obliging Letter of the 3d. of Feb: from Monte Cello;...
Permit me thus late to present you, & Mrs: Maddison, mine, & my Marys Compliments of...
I have hitherto delayed acquainting You that Mr. Maddison had obliging forwarded my Letter Book ....
I take the Liberty to Inclose you a Letter For my Highly esteemed Friend General Kuscuiusko,...
The post which arrived within an Hour from Boston, brings an account, that a Vessel had just put...
I have the pleasure to Address this to You by my Friend, and long Companion in the late War,...
When Men, like Women, go astray—there is no knowing where they will Stop. One act of folly, or...
To relieve your mind from the Fatigue of National Affairs, which must necessarily oppress it; I...
My [ sic ] Armstrong has Sacrificed his Seat in the Senate, to his patriotism; he resigned about...
I take the Liberty this way to introduce to your Notice General Ebenezer Stevens , my Friend, and...
This will be presented to you by my Old Friend, & Companion in the War, General Ebenezer Stevens;...
Feeling an irresistable impulse for the Glory of your Administration; & convinced your Friendship...
Mr: Garnett, who does me the Favour to present you this Letter, is my particular Friend; He goes...
From my Heart I congratulate your Excellency, upon the Glorious success of The Embassy you sent...
Let the Land rejoice, for you have bought Louisiana for a Song. never was a happier moment...
Wednesday Noon Our Whigg Printer sent me your Message to Congress; he delivered it to The public...
I am charm’d with your instituting Gunn Boats; for I believe them to be the properest Defence for...
§ From Horatio Gates. 5 August 1805, Rose Hill. “Saturdays News paper acquainted me with your...
I take the Liberty to introduce to your Notice Mr: Temple; the Brother of Sir Grenville Temple &...
§ From Horatio Gates. 24 January 1806, New York. “Inclosed is a Letter I recived from General...
I have this day forwarded, by Mail, to the late President Jefferson, for his examination, a long...