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18 December 1810, Department of State. Acknowledges Turreau’s letter of 12 Dec. in answer to his...
Knowing the interest, you take in the state of our foreign relations and the solicitude, you feel...
I have this moment seen Col McKee. He says he will immediately proceed to the Country in question...
4 February 1811, Department of State. Forwards copies of the latest census and militia returns...
19 February 1811, State Department. Transmits in accordance with the House of Representatives...
Desirous of laying before the President, with the utmost precision, the substance of our...
The Secretary of State respectfully represents to the President, that agreeably to the several...
I have just received with great satisfaction your very friendly letter of the 30 Ult. Of the...
In reply to your letter of the 25th of this month, just received, I have no hesitation in stating...
You must know that me the Undersigned election for you in year 1800 on my own expencce I went to...
I addressed you a letter some days ago and stated in that it was me that went to Annapolis in the...
You must know that in the year 1800 the 17th day of May I left Philadelphia; to go on election...
You must know that it was Robert Smith who electioneered for you in the year 1800—he at Annapolis...
I have made known to you of going on to Annapolis in the year 1800—and put a card into the...
You must know that I am not in as good state of health as I good wish—you must know as I took an...
have addressed you letter prior to this expecting you would notice me. I having taken an active...
You must know I have been waiting for an answer to my letter of respecting asking of you some aid...
You must know that in the year 1800 I took an active part in your election and left Philadelphia...
I have addressed you several letters to you and, sented to you of my going to Claibourne for you...
it is now a quarter of a s entuary since I left Philadelphia to Endeaver to bring you in as...
I wrote to you some time previous to the 4th of July and desired and expressed that you would...
I have addressed you letters respecting of going electioneering for you in the year 1800. having...