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I was charged by Mr. Charles Pinckney of South Carolina, with a message to you that entirely...
Every man who loves his country must feel great uneasiness at the defects that have been...
The President once mentioned to me that he expected he shou’d find it necessary to remove the...
I beg leave to introduce to you Mr. Joseph Daviess the district attorney for Kentuckey, he is a...
You have laid me under the greatest obligations. The favour that you have done me will be forever...
I have in a few days past received from Virginia $2500, which will prevent the necessity of my...
The enclosed letter was sent to me by Genl. Marshal, who begs that you will send it under cover...
14 September 1804, Warren. “It gives me great pleasure to hear that you and Mrs. Madison, are to...
After the indecent attack that was made upon you in Congress in the course of the last Session,...
The distress of the people of this country under the embargo, is and will be such, that every...