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Your letter of the 3d instant, accompanying the ratified copy of the Spanish Treaty, by His...
The last Post brought me the enclosed letter from General Pinckney. It becomes necessary now to...
As I propose to commence my journey to Philadelphia tomorrow, the intention of this letter is...
I thank you for your private letter of this date, & will arrest the talk intended for the...
The enclosed draughts appear to me to be pertinent to the occasions which have given rise to...
The enclosed is approved, and if there is any Authentic ground to go upon, it ought to be...
As I cannot, without peculiar inconvenience to my private concerns, remain in this City beyond...
The enclosed Instructions for Mr Ellicot (as now amended) are approved—I was out when they came,...
Your letters of the 17th 20th & 2 0 th instant, have been received. Enclosed you have a Warrant...
Your letter of the 5th instant with its enclosure, came to hand by Friday’s Post. The extracts...
Your letter of the 11th instant was received by the last Post. Expecting to be at the Seat of...
The letter from Mr King to you, is herewith returned. In your dispatches to him, he ought to be...
Your letter of the 15th came duly to hand. Fortune seems to have declared for us, hitherto, in...
The enclosed letter came under cover to me from the Sister of General Pinckney. Not knowing...
As it is very desireable that the papers respecting the discontents of France should be got into...
Not having seen the conclusion of your Statement for Genl Pinckney (if completed); and not...
I have given the draughts of the letters to Messrs Pinckney—Humphreys—and Adams an attentive...
At the conclusion of my public employments, I have thought it expedient to notice the publication...