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I have recd. yours of the 30th Jany. communicating the decision of Mr Lomax, to accept the office...
I find that I omitted to send you a copy of my letter to Genl Jackson, yesterday, as I intended,...
Permit me to present to your acquaintance Mr Owen, who proposes to make a visit to you & Mr...
Mr Elliott Cresson a very respectable citizen of Philadelphia, with whom I became acquainted...
¶From James Monroe. Letter not found. 22 September 1820 . Offered for sale in The Collection of...
¶ From James Monroe. Letter not found. 3 February 1823 . Described as a three-page autograph...
I returnd to the city lately to receive our old friend General La Fayette, who after remaining...
My affairs in Albemarle, requiring my attendance there, again, before the meeting of Congress, &...
I regret to have to inform you of the death of Mr Wm. Burwell which took place on yesterday,...
I shall not be able to get from this place so soon as I expected. You well know how much is to be...
Mrs Douglas, with two of her daughters, having intimated their intention to visit Virginia, & to...
I lately receiv’d the inclosed, from a gentleman residing in Bladensburg, who applies, for the...
The enclosed from Mr Rush, will give you a view of our present relations with England. Retain...
I send you herewith the principal documents which have been printed since the commencment of the...
General King of the district of Maine in Massachusetts, being desirous, of making you a visit, I...
The unfavorable state of the weather since my arrival here, has kept me so much confind, that I...
Mr Lawrance & Mr Jones of New York, young gentlemen of merit, well connected there, expressing a...
Since the receipt of your last letter, application has been made to me, from citizens at Leesburg...
I am anxious to know the state of your health, & whether it is such, as will enable you to attend...
I enclose you a copy of the letter to Genl. Jackson, of the 21st of octr. 1814. requested in your...
Col: Sullivan having intimated to me his intention to visit our University, and other parts of...
I have been detain’d here longer than I had expected that I should be, but hope & presume that I...
Mr Vaughan, with whose character you are I presume well acquainted, left this city lately on a...
I had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 2d. yesterday. We shall set out to morrow & be...
Being very anxious to join and proceed with you to the University, to perform our duties there, I...
I had the pleasure to receive yours of the 20th. by yesday’s mail. The letter from the governor,...
Mr Sullivan, a son of the late Governor of that name, in Massachusetts, being desirous of...
I send you within two papers which will give you the most full & correct information of the views...
I have had the pleasure to recieve your letter with one from Mr Lee, and regret that you should...
I have been since my return here, so incessantly engaged in the most interesting business, that I...