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There are still here a small number of Americans, who came to the Country upon commercial...
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...
I have been sick a Month, and my eyes and hands incapable of writing otherise you would have...
I know not what to say to your Letter of 23rd. There are Men whom disaster haunts through life....
Yesterday at 1/2 past 5. P.M. The Bill authorising a loan of twenty five Millions of Dollars,...
I am staying at home from School, because I have got a bad Cold and Cough: but I love to be...
I will not afflict you with lamentations over the Confinement of your Parents during the greater...
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...
I received some five weeks ago, an order from the President of the United States, an order to...
I have received your number 27. 15 October, 13. The large quarto Pamphlet entitled “Principes de...
The last Letter that I had the pleasure of writing to you, was dated 8. May, at Reval—since which...
The last Letter that I wrote to you, was dated the 31st: of August 1813. Almost a year ago—and as...
How was I delighted in Seing your handwriting on the Addres—I could not guess—it was a Letter—I...
You cannot think what a disappointment your not writing occasion’d me! I have been weighing and...
Mr Dallas goes off with our Dispatches at three O’Clock to-morrow morning; and the John Adams is...
This indenture of three parts made and concluded this seventh day of October in the year of our...
I am happy to have recd. your No. 30. No. 33. and No. 34. It is impossible to express the...
As the comfortable and reputable Establishment in Life, of my Grandchildren is very near my...
The situation in which I am placed often brings to my mind, that in which you were situated in...
When I was in the woods, I could write you freely, and venture my opinions upon men, measures and...
Yesterday I received your packet of the 7th. you ask “What is to be the result of the Convention...
Had I known where to direct my aim, I should have shot at you long ago: but hit or miss I will...
The Vice President of The United States is Dead . He Presided in the Senate yesterday, with his...
Your favour of the 23d gave Us all great Joy. We heard of your return to Boston, from twenty...
I thank you for your favour of the 23d.— Gerry is gone to joine his Copatriots in lamentations...
I had promised my friend George Ticknor Esqr who will hand this letter to you, that I would...
Mr Hughes, the Secretary to the American Mission for negotiating Peace, was dispatched early this...
I thank you for your work on value and for that on Expatriation. They are great subjects The...
Thanks for your favour of the 2d. I rejoice in your health and that of all your connections; and...
For myself and all my Family, I reciprocate to you and yours, the Compliments of the Season. At...
you and your dear family may have wondered at my silence for some weeks past, but I have been...
I have recd. your Letter of Oct. 27. 1814. and that of 26. of November. I congrtulate you on the...
I rejoice in your Recovery from Sickness and wish a perfect restoration of your health—I think I...
I congratulate you on the news of Peace; and thank God that you and my most excellent Aunt have...
I have received your Letter of October. 27. 1814. and that of 26 of November. I congratulate you...
Since my arrival in this City I have received your kind favour of 16. October—I have now 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...
Our Fisheries have not been abandoned. They cannot be abandoned. They Shall not be abandoned. We...
I wrote you on the 25th of February on our American Title to all the Rights and Liberties of...
I have a rich Budget to send you by the next Ship. I have no time to prepare it by the Milo. I...
If Parson Nelson could call that Composition of Alexander, Petrarch and Werter, The Admiral, “...
I wrote you a short Letter by Mr. Storrow, who left this City to embark at Havre for the United...
I have the honor, by the direction of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences to inclose under...