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As you may possibly harbour some suspicions that a certain passage in your intercepted letters...
I receiv’d your obliging letter and cannot express the pleasure I feel in standing so high in...
I have the honor to transmit to Congress a report in pursuance of their resolution of the 3d of...
The Attorney General of the United States having maturely considered the questions submitted to...
In communicating to you a state of the Union at this time when you have been convened by my...
In obedience to the letter of the President of the United States to the Attorney General of the...
Mr. Charles Hall having declined accepting the office of Agent for the United States respecting...
It being very disagreeable and perhaps attended with a little danger to the health of my family...
Yesterday I had the honor to receive your letter of the 15th. Supposing the cold of winter in the...
In compliance with your direction I shall endeavor now to communicate my ideas of the matters...
I have attentively considered the letter of the judge of the United States for the district of...
I have taken into my most serious consideration the important subjects contained in your letter...
Beleiving it probable that if you communicate to Congress all the dispatches received from Paris...
I have the honor to submit to your consideration a copy of a resolution intended to be proposed...
The death of Col Innes which happened on the 2d instant has made a vacancy in the commission for...
I had the honor to receive your letter of the 10th. a few days ago and sympathising with you on...
Having for some time past been removed from the secretaris of the departments and therefore being...
In obedience to the directions of the President of the United-States, the Attorney General has...
Agreeably to your direction I have taken into consideration the memorial of Joseph Barrell...
The enclosed from my friend Marshall on Wednesday last was received by me, and it is with no...
I have this morning received letters from Virginia which contain very pleasing information...
The trial of Fries for high treason which was commenced on monday the 6th. instant and which from...
I had the honor to receive your letter of the 17th. but not having been present at the trial of...
At the Board of Commissioners appointed to carry into effect the sixth article of the treaty of...
The Commissioners named on the part of the United States for carrying into effect the sixth...
Hoping it will not be deemed improper in me to give my opinion before it is asked relative to the...
I have the honor to enclose you my sentiments upon two of the topicks mentioned in your letter of...
As the enclosed letter, purporting to be from a member of your house, and received by me on the...
In obedience to your direction to report my opinion upon the matters contained in the two Letters...
The articles of household furniture belonging to the United States in the use of the President...
In acknowledging the honor you have been pleased to confer on me by authorising me to perform the...
The Attorney General of the United States most respectfully reports to the President his opinion...
With infinite pleasure I inform you that Genl. Marshall has accepted the office of secretary of...
Yesterday morning I had the honor to write to you from Philadelphia that a letter from Genl....
In deferring my answer to the letter which I had the honor to receive relative to your speech to...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, October 11, 1789. On November 3, 1789, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “I observe...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, December 6, 1789. On December 18, 1789, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “I have...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, December 31, 1789. On February 12, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “Your...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, January 15, 1790. On February 18, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “Your...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, June 25, 1790. On July 4, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee acknowledging...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, June 29, 1790. On July 17, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee : “Your letter of...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, June 30, 1790. On July 9, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee: “These are to...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, September 25, 1790. On October 10, 1790, Hamilton wrote to Lee concerning...
Alexandria [ Virginia ] July 3, 1791 . “In answer to your letter of the 13th of May, I shall make...
I have received your Circular of the 5th. of August and due attention shall be observed...
Your letter of the 12th. shall be duly attended to. The Scale Beam and Chains, Scale plates and...
The Ship Washington and the Brandy that were seized here, have been delivered up to the Owners,...
[ Alexandria, Virginia, January 7, 1792. On January 17, 1792, Hamilton wrote to George Washington...
Due pains were taken by me in causing to be published the several parts of the last Collection...
I have received your letter of the 18th. Instant and I shall act conformably to it with respect...