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For the President, in the most perfect confidence. Never were any men more completely confounded,...
I received yesterday by mail, a letter without signature, which, from it’s general & particular...
Your political enemies are taking every possible advantage of our unaccountable disasters at...
The writer of this did not intend to follow up the late communication with any other, until he...
Letters of congratulation are not the object of the writer, altho’ no one more sincerely rejoices...
I took the liberty of writing to you lately on the subject of our affairs, & will now trouble you...
I took the liberty of writing to you lately on the subject of our affairs, & will now trouble you...
When I retired from public life in the year 1806, after five & twenty years service in the Armies...
Considerations of duty, of respect & attachment impel me to address you upon a subject, highly...
I have been honoured with the receipt of your esteemed favour of the 5th. Inst. Entertaining no...
Anxious that our military operations in the ensuing campaign should be every where successful, I...
The military operations pursuing this year, are so similar to those recommended by me last year,...
There are few, very few indeed, to whom the intelligence of your recovery from a late dangerous...
I hope & trust I shall not be regarded as an obtrusive correspondent, having no other motive, as...
Assured that any suggestions tending to promote the public good will not be unacceptable, I...