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A recent illness from which I am just recovering obliges me to borrow the pen of a grandaughter...
After a long silence I salute you with affection. the weight of 80. years pressing heavily on me,...
Th: Jefferson requests mr Gallatin to give a safe passage to the inclosed letters, and salutes...
‘It is said to be an ill wind which blows favorably to no one.’ my ill health has long suspended...
I avail myself as usual of the protection of your cover for my letters. that to Cathalan need...
I take the liberty of putting under the protection of your cover a letter to Cardinal Dugnani at...
In a letter of the 6 th inst. I took the liberty of troubling you with a part of my annual...
The importance that the inclosed letters should safely reach their destination impels me to avail...
This will be handed to you by mr William C. Preston a young gentleman of this state, either son,...
The jealousy of the European governments rendering it unsafe to pass letters thro’ their...
I have just recieved a request from M. de la Fayette to send him two copies of the Review of...
Your last favor is recieved just as I am setting out for a possession 90. miles Southwardly, from...
M r Dabney Terril , a relation of mine (the grandson of my sister) wishing to finish his...
A long absence from home must apologize for my so late acknolegement of your welcome favor of...
M r Girardin , who will have the honor of presenting you this letter, revisits his native country...
An American going to Paris considers you of course as his natural patron there; but still it is...
This letter will be handed you by mrs Patterson , daughter of mr Patterson of Baltimore , with...
This letter will be presented to you by mr George Ticknor , a young gentleman of Boston . he...
A mr James Dinsmore of my neighborhood, a very honest & worthy man himself, is anxious that I...
You are to consider me in this letter as a witness & not a sollicitor. it is written at the...
A book confided to me by a friend, for translation & publication has, for a twelvemonth past,...
I send you three letters from mr Fitz , improperly sent to me, but as they may contain something...
Yours of the 10 th came safely to hand and laid me under new obligations for the valuable...
Yours of July 14. with the welcome paper it covered, has been most thankfully recieved. I had...
In the action brought against me by E. Livingston on the subject of the Batture , the counsel...
Not knowing whether the inclosed infor letter may give you information either new or useful, I...
I do not know whether the request of M. Moussier , explained in the inclosed letter , is...
Have you obtained the name & character of the son of Made. Bonneville? I believe there remains a...
These recommenders are such good men that I think it will be best to make the nomination at once...
Walden’s petition to carry 30. new negroes from Charleston to N. Orleans, may I think be granted;...
The removal of Williams is approved. has not Gelston been deficient in not giving notice of...
will you examine the inclosed and make any alterations you think adviseable? it is written, as in...
I do not recollect the instructions to Govr. Lewis respecting squatters. but if he had any they...
I inclose you the petition of Jacob Smith of Newport in the case of the ship Triumph, which is a...
The inclosed petition from Deville was handed me by Genl. Turreau. I told him at once it was...
The cargo, ostensible destination, ownership & other circumstances respecting the ship Lorenzo of...
The answer to the petition of Percival & others praying that they may be permitted to send a...
The case of the schooner Concord, sold by J. Bell of Petersburg, to M. W. Hancock of Richmond. I...
I return you the papers in the case of the schooners Natalie & Atalante, and think there should...
Th: Jefferson returns the inclosed report to mr Gallatin with his entire approbation &...
I find that the correspondence on the subject of Tureau’s Permits was between mr Madison &...
The idea of regulating the coasting trade (to N. Orleans for instance) by the quantity of tonnage...
Mr. Harrison will continue in office till the 3d. of March. I send you tit for tat, one lady...
1. D.W. Coxe & the ship Comet. the application to send another vessel to the Havanna to bring...
1. Schooner Concord in which John Bell has an agency. the detention is confirmed for that cause...
1. the Comet & D.W. Coxe. I see in those papers no evidence but the letters of James Dixey & the...
I am quite at a loss what to propose in the case of Astor, and also of Nantucket. the difficulty...
I am really at a loss what to do in the inclosed case. the President as trustee for the city by...
1. Can we do better as to Nantucket than to send Coffin’s letter to Govr. Lincoln? he is better...
1. the ship Aurora, Capt. Rand. provisions, lumber, & naval stores being the articles on which we...