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The Libel sets forth three Facts as Causes of Condemnation viz. 1st. That the Property of Brig...
The Length of Time, Since I had the Honour of a personal Interview and the Vicisitudes of our...
I have again presumed on your Goodness and Candour; and hope for Pardon; The Subject I once...
Again I beg Pardon, for intruding on you while engaged in public Buisness, but I know your...
Permit me to steal into your Presence, and claim for a moment your attention from national...
You will pardon the frequent Repetition of my Letters: Since I did myself the Honour to write...
Being in Portsmouth this day, I was credibly informed, that Mr. Nathaniel Folsom, was certainly...
You will see by the Signature a Stranger addresses you, Tho’ not so, to your Character &...
This bein y for the Choice of President of the once united States I can not but view it as an...
Though I have not the Honour to be personally known to you, yet your Character, for easy...
When the foregoing Letter was given me by Governor Fenner, it was my Intention to have waited on...
The Planter, with all due Respect, presents The inclosed Strictures for your Excellency’s...
By my Friend, Col. Knight, I once more address You; I anticipate a kind Reception, from the easy...
With gr[eat diff]idence, I beg Leave to present your Excellency with two small Odes, one wrote on...
Tho it may seem presumtive for a private man to address you, yet I know you have given that...
When I consider, I was once a Pupil at Braintree in the mansion House of your venerable Father, I...
I received your pleasant and most obliging Letter of the 3d of March last, it answered my...
Allwise Providence has most ierally decreed, That there should be born for the Benefit of...
Being at this Time at Boston, on my Way to Washington, I have a Favour to ask your Excellency,...
18 December 1809, Washington. Has come to Washington from the District of Maine seeking an...
You will pardon me for persuing y ou i nto the Shades of retirement: I do not wish to disturb...
22 October 1811, Georgetown. Has been unable to call on JM in person and, fearing that his...