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Th: Jefferson requests the favor of The Honble Doctr. Eustis’s company to dinner the day after...
General Stevens of New York has pending with the government a business of great moment , and...
Dr. Eustis will with great pleasure take charge of the five dollars enclosed by the President for...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to Doctr. Eustis and his thanks for the fish...
The enclosed letter which has been forwarded to me at this place where I happened to be on a...
With his respectful compliments Dr. Eustis has the honor to inform Mr Jefferson that this morning...
Mr. Thomas Lewis Junr. goes to Washington to explain to the department of State and to ask...
Having ever considered appointments to office among the most delicate and perplexing duties which...
I had the honor to address you a few days since on the subject of a Mr Avery. I now take the...
Your two favors of the 2d. & 10th. inst. have been duly recieved. with respect to mr Avery, as he...
I had the honor to receive your favor of the 25h June. Having lately returned from an excursion...
The Republican Citizens of the Town of Boston, following the example of their fellow citizens, in...
I have the pleasure to acknolege the reciept of your letter of Dec. 24. and of the resolutions of...
Sollicited by a poor man in an adjoining county who states his case in the inclosed letter, &...
Arriving at the seat of Government a few days since I find your very kind letter of the 6 th...
In the action brought against me by E. Livingston on the subject of the batture , the counsel...
The enclosed copy of the order given from this department for the removal of the intruders on the...
I reject a multitude of applications for recommendations to office, but now and then a case...
I take the liberty of forwarding to you the inclosed letter which proposes to place three young...
The inclosed presents one of those cases which it is not in my power to refuse being the channel...
Among the candidates for commission in the army now to be raised, M r Archibald C. Randolph...
Visiting occasionally a possession I have between New London and Lynchburg , & making...
I take the liberty of adding a the name of Nicholas B. Pryor of Tenessee to the probably long...
Th: Jefferson asks permission of the Secretary at war to discharge what he believes to be a duty...
M r Francis Greenwood, pastor of one of the most respectable congregations in Boston, in his...