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Your favor of Jan. 25. had been duly recieved, and I was waiting in the hope I might find a...
Conscious that I have no unworthy motive for giving you so much trouble—I trust you will believe...
I cannot apologize as I ought, for the freedom of this letter—and therefore I will not apologize...
The pressure of business & of ceremony at the commencement of a session rendered it impossible...
The attention the City of Washington has constantly experienced at your hands, leads me to hope,...
Your favor of the 8th . is duly recieved. not having here a copy of the act of Congress for the...
Your favor of the 18th. is duly recieved. before it’s reciept however, the letter from the...
Knowing that the Comrs. of Washington, were about addressing you on a subject in which I have an...
I have been for sometime past honored with your letter from Quincy, which afforded great...
On the evening of the 18, a few minutes after my Arrival at this place commenced a violent...