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23 March 1804, Richmond. “You will oblige me by taking the trouble to comply with my request written on the inclosed Letter. “And I will thank you for informing me whether the Speaker of the House of Delegates transmitted to the President of the United States the Resolution of which the inclosed is a Copy; as I have but lately been able to procure it, & can receive no information here...
Your letter to Mr Cabell enclosing an extract of a letter from Mr Randolph of Roanoke with a communication from Mr Richardson of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich was presented to me as Rector of Wm & Mary College for the present year. The Professorship of Mathematics is vacant, and will I presume be filled at the annual meeting of the Visitors and Governors in July. Deeming it my duty to...
Letter not found. 14 September 1804. Listed in Paul C. Richards Autographs , Catalogue No. 6, item 738, which notes that the letter is addressed to JM and Dolley Madison, that it is docketed by Dolley Madison, “Rosewell, Sept. 14, 1804,” and that it reads in part: “Accept my congratulations on the happy state of affairs under your administration.”
25 June 1805, Richmond . “The receipt of the circular letter which you were pleased to address to me of the 29: May accompanyed by the act of Congress, ‘for the more effectual preservation of peace in the ports and harbours of the U. States, and in the waters under their Jurisdiction’ and the President’s instructions to the Marshall of the district of Virginia, in pursuance thereof, I have the...
Last night I received your letter of the 9th. instant, inclosing the residue of the hundred Dollar note, which you had before transmitted to me with two other notes of one hundred dollars each, the receipt of which two bank notes and the half was acknowledged in my last. I now acknowledge according to your desire, the receipt of the whole sum of three hundred dollars, which you informed me...
4 August 1813, Boston. “Permit me dear Sir, to assure you, that no Citizen, or Gentleman in the U States, is more Friendly to you Personally, & as the President of the U, S, or, that approves of your public pursuits more than the Undersign’d. Because I am convinced from close observations, & strict Examination, that all your public Services have been calculated, & soundly devoted for the good,...
Yours of the 27th. Ulto. inclosing the New York Papers, with the joyfull News of the Ratification of the Plan of the fœderal Constitution has just come to Hand. I return you many Thanks for communicating to me so early, an Authentic Account of that important & glorious Event. I heartily congratulate you on the brightening Prospect of our Affairs, & the Success of your Wishes & patriotic...
28 September 1804, Richmond. “I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the notification which you have been pleased to make to me under date the 24th. instant, in pursuance of an Act of Congress, passed on the 26th. of March last, intituled, ‘An Act supplementary to the Act, intituled An Act relative to the election of a President and Vice President of the United States, and declaring...
Letter not found. 25 January 1804. Calendared as a one-page letter in the lists probably made by Peter Force (DLC, series 7, container 2).
§ From John Page. 26 January 1814, Boston. “Additional Considerations, having Occurred to me, the president will please to indulge me, in Communicating them, it is not only my Opinion, but that of the many I Conversed with on the Subject, that all the Officers, & Men now stationed at the different posts in this State, should be ordered on to the head quarters of our Army; and the Forts &...