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I addressed a line to you yesterday, with a bound collection of Edes’ Gazettes printed in 1775 &...
Your letters of the 11th of February has given me great pleasure. I regretted exceedingly that...
The subject of this letter, is the celebration of the 4th of July at Lexington; a fete which I...
By the request of Mr Wyer, lately appointed a Consul of the U States to Riga, I have the pleasure...
Enclosed are two letters marked A,B, & four documents numbered from 1 to 4 inclusively, which...
I have deferred an answer to the letter, which you did me the honor of addressing on the 28th of...
I have received from Benjn Austin Esqr, for your perusal, a collection of News papers, printed by...
I must apologize my dear Sir, for the troublesome request which I made; & for your ready...
Here I am, my dear Sir, by the partiality of my friends, & discomfiture of my political enemies;...
On the 1 st of may I addressed to you a letter , of which a copy is annexed. I conceive, by...
I thank you for the pamphlet this day received, respecting “the intrusion of Edward Livingston ”;...
I received your letter of the 11 th of June , in my sick chamber, & the pure friendship which it...
My eldest Son will have the honor of presenting this. He is on a visit to his friends & relations...
Your very friendly letter of the 19th of June has given me great pleasure. The preference you...
§ Elbridge Gerry to Dolley Madison. 3 March 1814, “Senate Chamber.” “Mr Gerry presents his best...
The Count de Crillon, son of the celebrated Duke, who beseiged Gibralter, & was famous as a great...
I was arrested in my intention to have left my family in time to have met the Senate on the first...
I have read your message, with great attention & pleasure. It is clear, candid, firm & dignified,...
I have heard, Dear Sir, with no small surprize, that charges have been preferred against Doctor...
I addressed, at the request of some Gentlemen, a line to you yesterday, introducing the Count de...
§ From Elbridge Gerry. 7 April 1814, Washington. “I have the Honor of enclosing another letter...
I had the honor last week of addressing a line of introduction to yourself, of my neighbour John...
From some circumstances which have come to my knowledge, I am induced to think, that measures are...
I am honored, dear Sir, by your letter of the 14th. instant in answer to mine of the 20th of...
The late President Adams communicated to me yesterday, in a friendly interveiw at my house, the...
Since my recovery from indisposition, I have had an interview with General Dearborn, who informed...
I addressed a line to you on the 5th, & am happy to learn that Colo Porter has the command of...
I addressed a line to you yesterday on a minor subject; at this time, my mind is intent on a very...
I have been honored by your letter of the 9th, & having heard of two instances only, in which is...
In a letter which I addressed to You yesterday, I omitted to mention, that you have the entire...
The death of Judge Cushing, having produced a vacancy which must soon be filled, the general...
I am happy, extremely so, in the prospect of your re-election; for the reverse of this would, in...
The enclosed petition I have the honor to transmit. It should have been directed to the supreme...
I am honored by your letter of the 5th, & thank You for the communications it contains. Your...
I think it necessary to communicate in toto, General Boyd’s letter to me of the 22d of Feby, &...
Enclosed are recommenda⟨tions⟩ of Doctor Elnathan Judson, for the office of Surgeon’s mate in the...
9 February 1813, Cambridge. “The bearer John Appleton Esqr, one of the Consuls of the U.States,...
I have heard with concern that the Yazoo Company in this State have agreed to divide their lands...
Executive Officers in this quarter have at different times expressed their chagrin, at the...
Accept my sincere thanks for your friendly favor, without date; & for the cheerful manner of your...
I am just informed of the death of Mr. Lovell, naval officer of this port, & think that our...
On the 21st instant, I received a letter from the Secretary of War of the 15th, for detaching,...
31 December 1811, Boston Council Chamber. Introduces Richard Devens Harris—“a young Gentleman of...
I have the honor to transmit a letter received from Jacob Gerrish Esq of Newbury Port of the 16th...
The petition enclosed, I have this moment received with the request of the subscribers “to...
22 May 1812, Cambridge. “The letter enclose[d], I recd, from Colo Sherburne of Newport, an old...
§ From Elbridge Gerry. 9 March 1814, Washington. “Lieutenant Walter Coles, of the Cavalry,...
Our late Secretary, Benjamin Homans Esqr will have the honor of paying his respects, & presenting...
The injuries which have resulted to me, by filling the office of Chief Magistrate of this...
War is declared, God be praised, Our Country is safe. But great care & caution, at this Time is...