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Mr. M & Mr Grayson present their complts to Mr. King and beg leave to inform him that the doors...
I have this instant recd. your favr. of the 16. and have but a few moments to thank you for it. I...
I thank you sincerely for your favor previous to your leaving N. York. The information in it is...
I have been for two days & still am laid up with a bilious attack. Writing is scarcely...
I am tolerably well over the bilious indisposition which confined me at the date of my last. The...
No question has yet been taken by which real strength of parties in our Convention can be...
We are at length approaching the close of our deliberations on the several parts of the...
The final question in our Convention has just been decided in the affirmative by 89 ays 79 noes....
Your communications by Mr. Sitgreaves on the subject of the proposed conversion of the claims...
30 June 1801, Department of State. Encloses letter to Samuel Williams and refers the matter of...