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We the subscribers take the liberty of recommending to your notice and through you to the...
An Express arrived last night at 12 oClock from Point look out , advising that the Enemy had...
I have your letter of the 15th. inst., the aspect of public affairs become every day more gloomy...
It is here a profound secreet of the Cabinet, known only to seven— You may rely upon it a...
I enclose you the United States Gazette to you perfectly acquainted with the Geography of Europe...
This day’s Post brings a communication from Abbey under date of the 13th. from a Gentleman of...
More trouble hangs over the Camp The President last night, indulged The Secretary of War, by...
I received yesterday a Letter from my dear Caroline of the 20th. inst. informing me of the better...
Yesterday at 1/2 past 5. P.M. The Bill authorising a loan of twenty five Millions of Dollars,...
Your Letter of the 2d. instant contains so many weighty and important questions relative to the...
I have forwarded to you The Report of the Department of war on the subject of our military force...
The restrictive System is raised and The President this day recommended to The two Houses of...
Yesterday mr. Eppes chairman of the Committee of Way’s and means, brought in a bill to change the...
When I was in the woods, I could write you freely, and venture my opinions upon men, measures and...
The Vice President of The United States is Dead . He Presided in the Senate yesterday, with his...
you and your dear family may have wondered at my silence for some weeks past, but I have been...
I have the pleasure to inform you that the President sent the nomination to the senate yesterday...
I receive with great satisfaction your congratulations on the peace, dated the 22d. ulto. the day...
I am honoured with your letter of the 4th. inst., I am sorry your friends work you so hard—I will...
In your last letter from Quincy of April 4th. you wished I would furnish you with a Copy of...
I wrote you on the 24th. ulto. and sent a copy of Hamiltons Letter to Miranda as requested in...
Your Letter of the 21st. of Novr. being forwarded under cover to William at New York, remained...