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It is with pleasure I recollect the few hours in which I was so happy as to enjoy your company...
In conformity with the law of the United States relative to the securing of copy rights, I have...
I was much gratified by the letter which you lately did me the honour of addressing to me,...
I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your circular letter of July the 20th....
I feel myself much indebted to you for your favour of October the 7th and for the intimation...
1 May 1804, Frankfort. “I take the liberty of transmitting to you the inclosed letters from Mr...
Having been absent from home, making preparations for a settlement in the southern part of this...
To his Excellency Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States of America, the humble...
§ From Harry Toulmin. 6 July 1805, Fort St. Stephen’s, Mississippi Territory. “Some time since,...
§ From Harry Toulmin. 6 July 1805. “You are informed, no doubt, that all the Vessels to and from...
§ From Harry Toulmin. 8 August 1805 . “I mentioned to you in a letter some time since, that I...
§ From Harry Toulmin. 11 October 1805. “Duties are still rigorously insisted upon at Mobille,...
I hope it will not be regarded as an unbecoming intrusion, if under the expectation that Mr....
I wrote to you about a fortnight ago and transmitted to you a statement of an examination which...
I am much obliged to you for your favour by Mr. Milliken, both on account of the information...
To his Excellency the President of the United States, the humble petition of the undersigned,...
As the present critical situation of public affairs renders it, I should Conceive, more...
Placed as you are in the highest station to which the good sense of a republican nation can...
I have just been honoured with your favour of Septr. 5th. which has been so long on the road in...
… of some troops for this place: but I know not on what foundation. If only two or three hundred...
22 November 1810, Fort Stoddert. Writes again to inform JM of “the situation of this country in...
28 November 1810, Fort Stoddert. “The situation of our country here [which] becomes every day so...
6 December 1810, Fort Stoddert. Reports that there is no sign of any force from Baton Rouge. “The...
12 December 1810, Fort Stoddert. Reports issuing arrest warrants for Dr. Pollard and others...
When I last took the liberty of addressing you, I was engaged I believe in the examination of...
As I have observed in the instructions from the Secretary of State to Govr. Claiborne, which have...
6 February 1811, Fort Stoddert. Writes that “nothing material has occurred” since his last letter...
27 February 1811, Fort Stoddert. Acknowledges having received JM’s letter of 22 Dec. [not found]...
When I had last the honour of addressing you, I did not think it probable that any event would...
On monday last a report was brought to this place from Pensacola; that a fleet of 30 sail of...
The reports which I some time since communicated to you relative to the dispositions towards the...
13 February 1812, Fort Stoddert. Is reluctant to trouble JM at a time of crisis with “a tedious...
17 February 1812, Fort Stoddert. Is uncertain whether he has deviated from “etiquette” in...
2 March 1812, Fort Stoddert. Forwards “the remaining part of the documents referred to in the...
I had lately the pleasure of a visit from Governor Holmes, and accompanied him to Mobile. Whilst...
I have for sometime past felt the importance if not the necessity of addressing you relative to...
It is with a mind oppresed by a state of sadness at the events which have already taken place and...
Since the letter and P.S. accompanying this were addressed to your Excellency; I have received...
It is between two and three weeks since I took the liberty of addressing you, by an express which...
I almost blush at my own presumption when I take the liberty of addressing you upon the present...