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When you can find leisure, read this & the paper enclosed; & I will promise you not to request...
The Count de Crillon, son of the celebrated Duke, who beseiged Gibralter, & was famous as a great...
I was arrested in my intention to have left my family in time to have met the Senate on the first...
I have read your message, with great attention & pleasure. It is clear, candid, firm & dignified,...
I have heard, Dear Sir, with no small surprize, that charges have been preferred against Doctor...
Enclosed is a letter for our commercial agent at Bourdeaux, & I shall be obliged to you for...
I addressed, at the request of some Gentlemen, a line to you yesterday, introducing the Count de...
§ From Elbridge Gerry. 7 April 1814, Washington. “I have the Honor of enclosing another letter...
I had the honor last week of addressing a line of introduction to yourself, of my neighbour John...
From some circumstances which have come to my knowledge, I am induced to think, that measures are...