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Understanding from the public prints, that you are at Monticello, we avail ourselves of the...
I have the Honor to inclose you a duplicate of my Letter of the 13th. Inst., transmitted by the...
about 130 Leagues above the Cado nation & 230 from Natchitoches, we have discovered on either...
You will find under cover the Report I have promised, and I flatter myself you will not condemn...
In a case which excites the sharpest self-reproach & exposes me to severe reprehension, I venture...
Should this letter reach your hands, it will be through the medium of his Excellency Don José...
It has been imputed to me that pending the Agitations in the Western Country, occasion’d by Mr....
In the Hope Burr may have reached the City of Washington, I think proper to transmit you the...
This package has been in the hands of the Banditti on the Road from Mexico DLC : Papers of Thomas...
I tresspass this Note on your Time, to inform you that I have strong expectations I shall be able...
I last Evening had the Honor to receive your Letter of the 3rd. Ultmo., & rejoice at M: Briggs’s...
Whatever may be the general impropriety, I pursuade myself that on a Subject irrelative to my...
I transmit this by a Vessel bound to Baltimore, to cover a duplicate of my letter of the 26th....
I regret that Indisposition should have prevented the earlier acknowledgment of your obliging...
Capt. Stille late of the army—declares that speaking to Mr. Granger in Baltimore Concerning his...
I enclose you a series of the Meteorological observations, which, should they be deemed worthy of...
Seed & Grain committed to the care of M r Andrews For M r Jefferson Chirimolla, Avocatò, Zapotè,...
presuming that a sample of the Waters of the Mississippi & Arkansaw Rivers, remarkable for their...
The remote position of General Dearborn from you, induces me to transmit directly for your...
The late outrage by the British on the chesapeake, has produced every where, within our range of...
I must trust to the peculiar delicacy and difficulty of my situation for the motive and the...
The Bearer hereof Capt. Amos Stoddard, who conducts the Indian deputation on their visit to you,...
It is a long time since I have been inclined to write to you, but the pressure of my...
The Bearer the Honble Col. Dawson, having, proposed to make the Tour of our beloved Country; I...
General Wilkinson has the Honor to submit, to the private Inspection of the President, Portraits...
General Wilkinson has this moment received from Baltimore, where his papers generally are, a...
I have been obliged by a letter from you, with reference to two Italian Busts, which you Expect...
Since writing you the 5th. Inst: I have received a Letter from Mr Gallatin, which enables me to...
I have just received your Original Letter, of the 3d. of January, and Sincerely congratulate you...
I will rely on your goodness to excuse this intrusion produced by my desire to prevent...