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You no doubt have seen my pamphlet respecting the conduct and character of President Adams. The...
I perceive that you as well as McHenry are quitting the Administration. I am not informed how all...
I send you the paragraph of a News Paper just published. I hope it is an Electioneering lie—but...
The bearer of this, Mr. DuPont, formerly Consul at Charles Town, is personally known to you. He...
[ New York, June 13, 1799. On June 18, 1799, Pickering wrote to Hamilton and referred to “your...
I observe by the Boston papers, that some dispatches have been lately found on board a vessel...
The multiplicity of my avocations joined to imperfect health has delayed the communication you...
I am this moment favoured with your letter of the 9th instant. I shall immediately reflect on the...
As I imagine you are acquainted with the Inhabitants of Wilkesburgh or Wilksborough in...
Your friendly letters of the 21. 22 & 23 of August have been duly received. I feel myself at once...
I thank you for your friendly letter by the Post. I had contemplated the possibility that Knox...
Though I scarcely think it possible that the British Administration can have given the orders...
As McHenry will probably have left Philadelphia, before this reaches that place, I take the...
I have this moment received your two favours of the 25th. I am delighted with their contents; but...
I understand that the Senate have called upon the President for papers. Nothing certainly can be...
I make no apology for offering you my opinion on the present state of our affairs. I look upon...
By some unaccountable delay the inclosed which came in a letter to me has been extremely...
Sometime since I received the inclosed being directions concerning measures requisite to be...
Mr. Goodhue takes on with him a Boston paper, the printer of which states that he has obtained by...
On my return here I found your letter of the 29th . The sitting of a Court of Chancery and...
I have received your letter of the 30th. with the statement inclosed. I do not believe that its...
The post of yesterday brought me your letter of the day before. I regret that the idea of a...
It is now ascertained that Mr Pinckney has been refused and with circumstances of indignity. What...