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It gave me the greatest pleasure to receive your favor of the 15th instant, as well from the...
I cannot longer abstain from expressing the deep interest with which I read your two letters on...
It afforded me the greatest pleasure to receive your kind letter of the first instant....
I have lately got through the extensive, and I believe I must add, very difficult, negociations,...
Mr Owen, the eminent philanthropist of New Lanark, in Scotland, being about to visit the United...
Your very acceptable favor of the 13th of November reached me yesterday. I am not able at this...
particularly proposals for abolishing all private war upon the ocean. And 6th. the Russian ukase...
Not for the value of the article, but as a little token of remembrance, I beg you will allow me...
Your favor of the 20th of November got to hand in January. The letters which it enclosed for Mr...
The last number of the Edinburgh Review having just come out, I have great pleasure, whilst...
Your favor of the 21st of April reached me a few days ago, and I have great pleasure in sending...
Your favor of the fourth of December came safely to hand, and with it the letter for Mr Joy, and...
Your acceptable favor of the 12th of August, reached me about a month ago. I fear that this...
The Mr Keilsall to whom the enclosed letter is addressed, I have not, by all the inquiries which...
I beg to offer my best thanks for your acceptable favor of the tenth of May and the very...
Your esteemed favor of the 24th of July came safely to hand, with the bill which it enclosed, the...
I received through Mr Brent, in January, the favor of your few lines, accompanied by the letter...
I have great pleasure in sending you by a conveyance, which I hope will prove a safe one,...
Considering the struggle that is now going on in Pennsylvania, as not wholly local, I have been...
We have latterly had no papers from abroad. Mr Adams seems to have ceased sending them, probably...
When it became my lot to superintend for a short time, the business of the department of state, I...
I beg leave to send you, enclosed, a few English newspapers. I have not been able to look over...
Remarks upon Commodore Patterson’s letter to the secretary of the navy, dated New Orleans, August...
Remarks upon Commodore Patterson’s letter to the secretary of the navy, dated New Orleans, August...
Mr. Dallas, Mr. Crawford and myself met yesterday upon the business relative to the capitol. It...
I have sent on to Philadelphia the papers which accompanied your favor of the 20th instant. I had...
I had before observed, in the newspapers, some account of the affair of which Judge Tucker’s...
I well remember the law to which Mr Wirt alludes. Indeed, I drew it. It was deemed necessary from...
I am of opinion the seventh additional article of the constitution, which provides that "no...
As a little exercise of the pen, I have just been throwing out a small pamphlet, of a copy of...
Since the receipt of your letter of the 19th instant I have dropped a line to Mr Yates, and been...
I have complied with the requests contained in your letter of the 17th. instant. To Mr Dick I...
Mr Duvall returned yesterday, but too late to drop a line by the mail. He brings however nothing...
Owing to the weather Mr Duvall did not reach Baltimore until a very late hour on wednesday night....
Nothing has transpired since I last wrote, except the arrival of Commodore Rodgers from Baltimore...
I have just been favored with your confidential letter of the 11th instant, and will lose not a...
Since my letter dated at 8. in the morning, it occurred to me that there might be an advantage in...
The several measures indicated in your letter of the 5th of this month, have been carried into...
Employing myself during the past month in arranging papers, I laid my hands upon the enclosed,...
The Edinburgh review reached me safely. I had read the article on the corn laws, but confess the...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 28th of last month enclosing the one from...
As the last Edinburgh review may not yet have fallen into your hands, I do myself the pleasure to...
I do myself the pleasure to enclose you two letters from Mr Adams, which I venture to persuade...
I cannot refrain from the expression of my most hearty congratulations to you on the auspicious...
Having been favoured with the perusal of a letter of this date, address’d to you by the Secretary...
In considering the case submitted to him yesterday by the President, the attorney general has the...
R. Rush has the honor to enclose to the President, 1. A letter from the governor of Louisiana...
The enclosed letter came under cover to me by this day’s mail, with a request that I would...
Respectfully enclosed for the eye of the President by R. Rush; who ventures to believe that, in...
The attorney general has the honor to return to the President the papers put into his hands...