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Altho’ as I stated in conversation before I left Washington, I was convinced the public mind here...
I returned late last evening from a political tour of about two weeks in the lower counties of...
I had the pleasure of receiving your letter in answer to mine announcing the election of Col:...
Notwithstanding the Opposers of the Republican Administration have prevailed on our Chancellor...
The paper enclosed directed to yourself I wrote a few days ago. Since that time I have been...
I had the pleasure of receiving your letter of the 1st inst: on the 5th. of this month. I waited...
Letter not found. 13 February 1802. Calendared in the lists probably made by Peter Force (DLC,...
2 January 1805, Wilmington. “I take the liberty of laying the enclosed in a confidential manner...
I had the pleasure of receiving yours of the 15th. inst: this evening by the mail. Permit me to...
You will observe by the enclosed letter, that Mr. Dallas wishes to know, what he is to do with...
Your favor of the 14th. inst: with its enclosures was received by the mail of this morning. The...
This will be delivered to you by Mr John Crow who is an applicant for the office of Marshall...
If you recollect, when at Washington we spoke of publishing the pamphlet of Theirry, & the late...
Mr. Poydras declined the printing of Mr. Lisley’s able & argumentative work, which had been...
The critical situation of our country necessarily engages the attention of every thinking man in...
The delicate situation of Mrs. Rodney at the death of her father compelled me to return home &...
The enclosed letter, from Captain R. C. Dale was received the day before yesterday. The...
The enclosed were received by the mail of this day. They contain very ample testimony of Col....
The enclosed you will perceive embraces delicate subjects. In the present posture of our affairs,...
The enclosed letter is from Mr. Kintzing of Philada. of the house of Pratt & Kintzing. With Mr....
I do hereby resign the office of Attorney General of the United States. RC ( DNA : RG 59,...
It is with much regret I inform you of the unfavourable result of the election in our State. Mr....
Your esteemed favor of the 21. inst: was transmitted from Wilmington this morning to me at this...
I had the pleasure of writing to you some time since from Philada. in answer to a letter I had...
The ardent wishes of the friends of the revolution have been realized in the exaltation of...
Some time after my return home I wrote a letter to Mr. Madison on the subject of the late...
Whilst I most sincerely congratulate you on the happy prospects, which the wisdom & virtue of...
My friend Dr. A. Alexander of the town of New Castle will deliver you this letter. He has long &...
I take the liberty of introducing to your acquaintance Dr. Joseph McCreery , a young gentleman of...
The Court in Sussex County adjourning much earlier than usual, furnished me with an opportunity...
It is of considerable importance to the cause of Republicanism, that we should be in the...
This will be handed to you by Capt. Davis formerly of this port, who commanded lately the ship...
On my return last evening from Philadelphia whither I had been for a few days I had the pleasure...
I had the pleasure duly to receve your letter of the 24. inst:—In my last I gave you the...
I regretted that the Secretary of the Treasury was obliged to pass thro’ this place without...
Since I last wrote to you I have been on the verge of the grave. I was taken ill at Dover on my...
Enclosed is the pamphlet which ought to have accompanied my last. I should like to have an...
I returned to this place (where I have taken shelter from the prevailing fever , & which I am...
On my return yesterday from the Court at Dover, I had the pleasure of recieving your agreeable &...
You were so good as to subscribe One hundred dollars to the Seminary at this place . I enclose...
I have received your favor of the 31. ulto. & thank you most sincerely for your attention &...
I had the pleasure of receiving the letter inclosed to Mr. Bringhurst , in which was contained...
attachment which I feel your administration, & for state the reasons which have me absolutely to...
I received with great pleasure & satisfaction your friendly & affectionate communication...
The political campaign has been opened here. The ensuing election will for a long time at least,...
Notwithstanding you have, with the purest motives, voluntarily retired, from a situation at once...
Your favor of the 30 th ult o found me at this place where I have been detained by the situation...
A few days since your acceptable favor of the 25 th ult o was received, and the day before...
Immediately on my arrival here, I forwarded to you by the mail the original paper of M r Lislet...
Your letter enclosing the additional observations on the subject of the Batture directed to me at...