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Some time agoe in conversation I took the Liberty of suggesting to you, the propriety of placing...
When Mr Orr was going to Kentuckey he left with me the enclosed Engagement, for the amount of...
4 June 1802, Georgetown. “Mr Nicholas King of the City of Washington, who will do himself the...
28 March 1804, Georgetown. “I find your note for 1200$ falls due on Wednesday next, and...
I find your note for $1200 endorsed by me & discounted at the Bank of Columbia, becomes due next...
My Neighbour Mr. W. O. Sprigg having intimated to me his Wish to fill the office of Attorney for...
Mr Suttle caled on you as you requested with a note in due Form to offer tomorrow at the Bank of...
Enclosed I take the Liberty to hand you for your consideration my Friend Hodgson’s Invoice of the...
Having no expectation that you would remain in the City after the 1st. of July I did not promise...
On the 15th. Inst your note for $500 endorsed by me became due in the Bank of Columbia. As I was...
On my Return last night from an absence of two or three Days at Alexandria (which circumstance...
J. Mason presents his respects to the President, having informed himself better on the Subject of...
The letter which I take the liberty to enclose, I received yesterday, and will be my apology for...
§ From John Mason. 10 February 1806, George Town. “Lieutenant Wormely of the Marine Corps, has...
I take the liberty of introducing to you, Dr. Triplett Surgeon in the Navy, who will do himself...
In answer to the note you did me the honour to write me yesterday I really cannot think of any...
J Mason [does for] himself the honor to call on the President this afternoon and to converse with...
The loss I experienced a few Days ago, of my Summer Residence, by fire, and the consequent...
Having this day sent in my Resignation, to Mr. Madison as Commissioner of the Cumberland-Road, I...
J. Mason presents his Respects to the President, does himself the honor to return the List of...
Mr. Theodore Mansfield of New York will do himself the honor to hand this Letter, he has been...
I beg leave to represent that in the month of June last, there was shipped by my Predecessor in...
I enclose you your note for $500 Paid at the Bank of Columbia on the 30th. Ulto. by your Check on...
In consequence of the intimation made by you, when I had the honor to converse with you a few...
J. Mason presents his Respects to the President, and with very great pleasure sends him the...