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Ja s Monroe ’s best respects to M r Jefferson . He has the pleasure to send him the Edinburg...
It has been intimated to me by unquestionable authority, that a visit by you to Col: Walker would...
I do not know what particular fact or circumstance can have given rise to the apprehension lately...
A M r Easterley who reminds me of a conversation with him in London some years past, has...
I arrived here last night indisposed and must return in the stage to morrow or should have the...
I have the pleasure to return you your correspondence with the directors of the Rivanna company...
An unexpected change has taken place in my situation since I had last the pleasure to see you. an...
The minister of Russia , Count Pahlen & his brother , having intimated their intention to make...
M r Dortic mentioned in your favor of the 23 d ult o was furnishd with a passport, and a packet...
A circumstance has occurr’d with which it may be useful for you to be made acquainted , with,...
The President will communicate to day to the Congress , the discovery which has been lately made...
It was our intention to have passed a day with you & your family while I was in the county, but...
We have heard with equal astonishment and concern that Gen l Hull has surrender’d the army under...
M r Russell has arrived at New York & is expected here in a day or two. He made the second...
During the last session of Congress the current business pressed so heavily on me, and after its...
At the commencment of the war I was decidedly of your opinion, that the best disposition which...
From the date of my last letter to you the President has been ill of a bilious fever; of that...
The President’s health is rather improved since my last to you. He had a bad night, but his fever...
I intended calling on you to day, which I still hope to be able to do in the afternoon. Your...
Ja s Monroe’s best respects to M r Jefferson — He hastens to communicate to him the very...
I have read with great interest & satisfaction your remarks on finance, which I return by the...
I receivd lately the enclosed letter from ch: Carter in which he proposes to submit the question...
The enclosed was written before my late visit to Albemarle , and detaind in consequence of it, to...
my engagment in preparing instructions, for our ministers at gottenburg , Russia , Sweden , &...
The bearer M r M c Cullock of Baltimore was introduc’d to me by a particular friend there, with a...
I think you showd me last summer a note of the courses and distances, taken by M r R. Lewis , of...
I have had the pleasure to receive your favor of the 24 th of sep r , to which I shall pay...
The suspension of payments in specie by the banks is undoubtedly a species of insolvency. At this...
Despatches are rec d from our ministers as late of the 31. ult o , at which time the negotiation...
On enquiry I found that major Armstead had been regularly appointed principal assessor for our...