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I return you mr. Bassette’s letter & think you may safely tell him we possess no Dutch accounts...
Your’s of the 17th. & that by the last mail are recieved. I have carefully searched among my...
I have just time before closing the mail to send you the Memoir on the Batture. It is long; but...
Yours of yesterday was recieved last night. The McGehee who is the subject of it, is an overseer...
Mr. Wirt having suggested to me that he thought the explanations in my case of the Batture,...
I returned yesterday from Bedford, and according to my letter written just before my departure, I...
Tho late, I congratulate you on the revocation of the French decrees, & Congress still more; for...
I found among my papers the inclosed survey of La Fayette’s lands adjacent to N. Orleans. Whether...
On my return from a journey of 5 weeks to Bedford I found here the two letters now inclosed,...
Your favors of Mar. 18. and Apr. 1. have been duly recieved. The extract from Armstrong’s letter...
Yours of the 19th. is recieved. I have carefully examined my letter files from July 1808. to this...
As I sent you my first effort to keep Duane right, so I communicate the second, which the failure...
I have seen with very great concern the late Address of mr. Smith to the public. He has been very...
Mrs. Lewis, the widow of Colo. Nich Lewis, has requested me to mention to yourself the name of a...
It is long since I have had occasion to address a line to you, and the present is an irksome one....
Yours of the 12th. has been duly recieved. I have much doubted whether, in case of a war,...
Your favor of the 6th. was duly recieved. The double treachery of Henry will do lasting good both...
The inclosed papers will explain themselves. Their coming to me is the only thing not...
It is a grievous thing to be pressed, as I am, into the service of those who want to get into...
The difference between a communication & sollicitation is too obvious to need suggestion. While...
Another communication is inclosed, and the letter of the applicant is the only information I have...
I have taken the liberty of drawing the attention of the Secretary at War to a small depot of...
I duly recieved your favor of the 22d. covering the declaration of war. It is entirely popular...
In a letter of May 6. from Foronda is this passage. ‘ No remito a Vm exemplares de mis papelitos...
The death of my much valued friend & relation George Jefferson will doubtless produce many...
The mail of yesterday does not tell us whether you have left Washington. I am this moment setting...
I take the liberty of inclosing to you a letter from mr Meigs, heretofore President of the...
This will be handed you by Monsr. de Neufville a person of distinction from France who came over...
I inclose you a letter from Colo. Gibson Secretary under Governor Harrison. I suppose he has...
Your favor of the 27th. Ult. has been duly recieved. You have had a long holiday from my...
On the occasion of your separation from mr Robert Smith, I recollect your mentioning in one of...
The writer of the inclosed letter being as well known to yourself as to me, I forward it merely...
The inclosed letter from Whit was unquestionably intended for you. The subject, the address both...
Your favor of the 6th. has been recieved, and I will beg leave to add a few supplementary...
I was so unlucky as to write you a long letter of business, when, as I learned soon afterwards,...
I congratulate you on your release from the corvée of a session of Congress, and on the pleasure...
I have been prevented setting out to Bedford as early as I had counted. I depart tomorrow. In the...
A letter from Colo. Earle of S.C. induces me to apprehend that the government is called on to...
In my letter of yesterday I forgot to put the inclosed one from mr Mill, which I now send merely...
Your favor of Feb. 7. was duly recieved. That which it gave me reason to expect from mr. G. did...
I inclose you two letters from mr. Burrall, postmaster of Baltimore. You will percieve by them...
The inclosed from Dr. Brown is this moment come to hand, and supposing it may possibly be of some...
The inclosed paper came to me for I know not what purpose; as it came, just as you see it,...
It is very long since I troubled you with a letter, which has proceeded from discretion, & not...
It seems if we should never find men for our public agencies with mind enough to rise above the...
I thank you for the information of your letter of the 10th. It gives at length a fixed character...
I duly recieved your favor of the 12th. and with it the pamphlet on the causes and conduct of the...
I had written the inclosed letter but had not yet sent it to the post office when mr. Nelson...
After I had sent my letters of yesterday and the day before to the post office the return of the...
I have totally forgotten the writer of the letter I forward to you, and every circumstance of his...