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I understand Capt. Wm Lewis has undertaken the management of the Light-house on our Cape, whereby...
After a conflict in my breast for two weeks past, whch I should transgress a rule from which I...
Understanding your election to the office of President of the united States has been announced to...
Apprehending from the conversation that passed between us at the Bowling-green you might think as...
We have at length got through the plan of funds to be recommended to the States for their...
Your favors of the 14th Decr last and the 11th inst. have been duly received—a series of ill...
I have received your favour of the 2d inst. with the inclosures and shall take proper care of...
Such has been the situation of Virginia for some time past we have had but little and that very...
I have your favour of the 7th instant which gives me intire satisfaction of the propriety of your...
I am this moment Conformed that Mr Rutlige is going to Head Quarters and have stolen out of...
Having returned to Congress a few days only and private matters requiring my attention for great...
I missed the opportunity by the Express of sending you the Letter of the 21st which is now...
I beg leave to mention to you a young Gentleman captured by the Enemy when the Buckskin fell into...
The Medical Department was under the consideration of a Committee before I left Congress and will...
I have received your favour of the 13th Ulto upon the subject of a Report respecting a certain...
Your Letter to Colo. Harrison turns out as I expected before I received your full information. If...
A Report from the Board of War in consequence of a Letter of Genl Gates’s to Congress refd to the...
I have your favour of the 31st ult. in answer to my several Letters and was then impressed with...
Col. Grayson has mentioned to me his receiving a Letter from Genl Weedon Desiring to serve in the...
On my return to Congress I found the speakers Letter informing me my resignation was accepted by...
I have your Phaeton here though I was obliged to send for it after I left Philadelphia being put...
Being in want of a light Pheeton I directed my Servt to inquire abt the City for one—He tells me...
Capt. Monroe leaveing Town this evening I cannot avoid informing you by him that as far as his...