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Encouraged by the very flattering permission you have given me, I am venturing to say to you in...
I was more gratified sir, than I can express at the letter which you did me the honor to write to...
A day or two before I had the pleasure to receive your last valued favor of the 3rd of February,...
While the military nominations are under consideration, I have ventured to think that it would...
In an accidental conversation I had with Mr Gallatin in the course of the last week upon the...
I enclose you a paper for your perusal and perhaps amusement. I mentioned to you lately that I...
I beg you will do me the honor to accept a copy of a discourse I delivered on the 4th of July at...
17 July 1812. Requests that JM “accept a copy of the discourse the delivery of which, on the 4th...
I beg you will do me the honor to accept a Copy of a discourse I delivered on the 4th of July at...
By the mail of this day, I take the liberty to send you a small pamphlet , which I have to beg...
The extraordinary juncture of publick affairs emboldens me to trouble you with this letter, and...
Mr Ingersoll has sent me on the enclosed letter from Philadelphia, which, for the sake of the...
It was only the day before yesterday that Mr Andrew Eliot handed me your letter dated the 5th of...
I received, yesterday, your favor of the 31. of last month , and beg leave to return my warm...
Immediately after the receipt of your favor of the 17th instant I wrote to Philadelphia , and...
Your kind letter of the 13th has gratified me very much. When I spoke of New York having joined...
It is no interference with my publick employments to write to you. I can command some portion of...
I have taken the liberty to copy for your eye the enclosed lines, written by St George Tucker of...
Since I had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 11th of last month , the two written to my...
Mr St George Tucker is, I believe, a native of one of the West India islands. He was brought to...
I must be allowed to offer you my heartiest congratulations upon Commodore Perrys great victory...
Understanding, yesterday, from the secretary of the treasury that many of the applications for...
As soon as I received your acceptable and instructing letter of the 8th of this month, I wrote to...
According to the intimation contained in one of the letters I have had the pleasure to write to...
I had hoped that this letter would have shaped itself by some of the agreeable topicks touched in...
Christmas Day I sit down to offer you the compliments of the season, in the most respectful,...
Since writing the enclosed, which I wrote at home, I have come to the Treasury building where mr...
On Sunday last I saw the President, and he mentioned to me that not a single line had been...
Timeo Danaos, et dona ferentes. Nothing can be more applicable to our situation, and the late...
¶ From Richard Rush. Letter not found. 5 February 1814. Described as an eight-page letter,...