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As Mr. Beaujour has requested a transcrip t of the proceedings against Nagle, permit me to add...
I send the conclusion of the narrative. Two pages are left blank, for the insertion of the...
I am so urged by Mr. Pinkney, as well as by my Clients, whose cause I argued in New-York last...
In compliance with your instructions, William Liddle was indicted, in the Circuit Court of the...
The United States } Circt. Ct. for the East Dist. of Penna.—May Session 1802 Larceny on the High...
That you may see some proof of my diligence, I send a part of the proposed work. It grows upon my...
Mr. Dallas, with his best respects, sends for the President’s perusal, a private letter, relative...
In an accidental conversation, with the Marchioness Yrujo, yesterday, I found that the Marquis...
§ From Alexander J. Dallas. 9 January 1806. “On the receipt of your last letter, I called twice...
Mr. Howell has requested me to transmit to y ou, his answer on the subject of the communication,...