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The pressure of unfinished business has suspended the adjournment of Congs. till saturday next....
I write to you, my dear Sir, on a subject which has engaged much of my reflection, and to which I...
Your recommendation of Docr. Morrow was handed me some time ago. I need not tell you that I shall...
You will see by the papers herewith covered that the proposed assumption of the State debts...
I thank you for your favor of the 2d. instant. From the sentiments expressed in it you will hear...
I thank you very sincerely for the readiness with which you have complied with my troublesome...
The pressure of business as the session approaches its term, the earlier hour at which the House...
Previous to my leaving N. Y. I recd. a letter from you which was not then answered, because the...
Since the receipt of your favor of the 15 Jany. I have had the further pleasure of seeing your...
The letter with which you were pleased to favor me—dated the 9th instt—overtook me at Littlepages...