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I have been honored with the receipt of your letter of the 21. of March, inclosing a copy of an...
On this morning; (accompanied by the Mayor of the City Mr Petot) I visited the ground adjacent to...
 The Bearer Mr. Hopkins was charged with public Despatches (of great importance) to the Secretary...
I now do myself the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your Letter of the 3rd. of February last....
I have had the honor to receive your Letter of the 6th. of May, advising me of the additional...
Governor Falch is now in this City, and was received by me with respectful attention. On this...
The legislature having adjourned, I feel my mind relieved from much of that anxiety I lately...
In a letter to the Secretary of State, I have given the particulars of the stoppage at Mobile of...
My Letter of the 12th Instant, acknowledged the receipt of your agreeable favours of the 17th &...
By the last mail I received your Letter of the 28th. of October, and was happy to learn your...
Major William Nott of Louisiana a native Citizen of the United States and President of the New...
I have the honor to inclose you a List of the Gentlemen recommended by the House of...
I cannot hear, without much anxiety, of the great events which are passing in Europe. The whole...
I did not until a few days ago receive your Letter of the 26th of March, and I pray you to be...
Desirous to ascertain the real state of General Fayette’s Land warrants, I lately applied for...
I have the honor to inclose you a duplicate copy of my letter of the 13. Instant. The Citizens...
I am now relieved from fever, but am so enfebled that I cannot complete the Journey, which I had...
This City continues the Seat of Disease:—On the 16th. Instant died of the prevailing fever my...
I have received your letter of the 3rd. of May together with its inclosure.— Judge Sprigg...
I have the honor to enclose you a plan of the City of New-Orleans. It will shew you the situation...
In the suit brought by Edward Livingston Against Le Breton D’orgenoy late marshal of the District...
I have the honor to enclose you a paper containing a late Report of the Adjutant General of this...
You will no doubt have seen the Proclamation by the President , which made it my duty to take...
I have the honor to enclose you a Copy of a Communication, I made on yesterday to the Territorial...
Inclosed are the names of the Gentlemen recommended as Councillors to supply the vacancies...
The late removal from the Batture in front of the Suburb St. Mary , of certain Persons, who had...
I have lately had but too much occasion to Solicit from your feelings a tribute of condolence for...
Mr. James M. Bradford, the Editor of the Orleans Gazette proposing to visit Washington, and...
Mr. John Ward Gurley, Attorney General for this Territory was on the 3rd. Instant killed in a...
On last evening, I had the honor to receive your much esteemed favor of the 7th. Ultimo, together...