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No safe opportunity offering, the letter for Mr. Nelson has not been forwarded, and I shall now...
We have heard much of the di[s]agreement between the two Houses respecting titles and the rules...
We have nothing in this quarter worth mentioning or I should more frequently make communications....
I thank you for the copy of the amendments proposed to the constitution which you lately inclosed...
Yours by Mr. Hopkins with the journal inclosed has been received and the journals as you desired...
Mr. Christopher Roane, who is a searcher at City Point, requests to be introduced to you. He...
My excursions during the sickly season deprived me of the pleasure of continuing our...
I have avoided opening my usual correspondence with you from a conviction in my own mind that any...
Finding from Mr. Fennos account of your Proceedings that the Session of Congress is near its...
The receipt of your letter of the 29th. ult. gave me a sensible pleasure as it recommences a...
I have recd. your letter of the 21st. last month and thank you for the communications it...
I have your favor of the 13th. and thank you for the communications it contains. However...
I am at this time so much engaged in preparing for my western Journey that I cannot satisfy you...
Abstract. 15 October 1792. John Taliaferro Brooke, having purchased lot 127 in Fredericksburg,...
I thank you for your letters with the papers inclosed. It appears from the accounts I have seen...
I have recd. your favor inclosing the Papers containing the late important and agreeable...
I have received your letters with the papers inclosed and have delivered to Mr. Blair those...
I am to thank you for your several favors since the commencement of the session of Congress and...
I am much obliged to you and Col. Monroe for your alternate attention to keeping me informed of...
I have yours inclosing a paper of the 20th. inst. which rather weakens than strengthens the...
It has turned out much as I expected—there are few men who possess sufficient public spirit to...
It is with real pleasure I learn there is a probability of a favourable issue to the...
Your accot. of the crops of wheat from this place to the little mountains is confirmed by almost...
I expected to have been with you before now but have been unwell a few days past wch. has delayed...
We have long expected you and was apprehensive something disastrous had happened to prevent your...
I have your favor from Philadelphia and very sincerely rejoice with you on your late change of...
I last week informed you I had packed up the china and sent it on board a vessell commanded by...
Your favor of the 7th. I received on Friday evening on my return from Richmond. I am in hopes the...
I have your favors of the 12th. and 14th. of the month with the Papers inclosed. It is somewhat...
The inclosed paper will inform you on board what vessell and to whom consigned the small cask I...