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Mr Monroe wrote me from your House on the 20th. that copies of certain Letters in the Dept. were to be sent to you. By some accident however his Letter was delayed so that I did not get it until late the day before yesterday. I now enclose Copies of all these Letters except the official Letter to Mr. Harris, that I hope to be able to send on to you tomorrow. To these Papers I add an Extract...
I now forward a Copy of Mr. Monroe’s Official Letter to Mr Harris. I have been obliged to run it off in haste but I believe it is correct. The other Copies which Mr Monroe directed to be sent to you were forwarded by the Mail of yesterday. You will, I presume, have heared from Mr. Crawford himself, that he had returned to this City. With Affectionate Respect I am Dear Sir Your Mo. Obt. Sert....
The Spanish Documents inclosed; with the letter from Mr McCall, were sent to me by Mr. Dallas: They are curious and interesting. Mr. Dallas is apprized that they would be communicated to the Dept. of State. As he is or soon will be in Washington, you will be able to know from him whether he chooses that they shd. remain there. If his choice be to repossess them you will return them, taking...
Mr Monroe has written to me for certain Papers respecting Mr Kosloffs affair and among others for a Copy of his Letter to Mr Harris. With the exception of this last Paper all the others are sent to him by this Mail. That too will be prepared and sent as soon as practicable but as he is anxious to have it immediately may I take the Liberty to ask the favor of you to send him the Copy which was...
Among the Papers which were recieved from you today is a Letter from Colo. Johnson recommending J C Sharp as Secretary of the Illinois Territory, on which you have put a Memo. asking whether the Office is vacant. So far as we are informed it is not. Mr Pope has given no Notice of his Resignation, or of his intention to resign, but it is stated in some of the Letters recommending a Capt....
Owing to some accident, I did not until this Moment discover the Memo, which you put upon the Cover of one of Mr. Monroe’s Letters to me desiring that his Letter to you which you sent on with it might be returned to you. I hasten to comply with that request and have now the Honor to return the Letter accordingly. The wea ther con tinues to be cool and pleasant and the City healthy. With the...
Capt Austen of the Ship Persia states the circumstances of an illegal Blockade to which he was subjected in the Port of one of the native Powers in India, by the British, altho they were not at War with that Power. Also commercial Regulations in India. If the port blockaded be not within the possessions of the B. E. I. Company, a representation on the subject to the B. Govt. will be proper...
Permit me the honor of presenting herewith a small volume entitled " Graham’s Junius " as a token of my great respect for your worth and talents. Should my lucubrations meet with the approbation of, or, give the least pleasure to Mr Madison, it would afford me the highest gratification. Be assured my prayer to God, is, that you and yours may long enjoy health and happiness, without a Sigh, and...
I have duly recd. the copy of your Memoirs of J. H. Tooke, with which you have been pleased to favor me. Having never entered particularly into the enquiries concerning the authorship of the letters of Junius, I am among those least competent to judge between the Candidates for that celebrity. If you have not established the title of Tooke, you have at least set aside that of some others, and...