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By Colo. Monroe an opportunity occuring, I take it to inform you, that I have not been idle since...
In coming from Philadelphia, alone, and meditative, after Congress had risen, the occurrences...
I have this moment parted with Giles & Venable, who have been two days at my house; the contents...
Yours of the 20th. is this instant handed to me. Had you been present, & wielding the pencil of a...
On the 8th. or 9th. instant T. asked leave of absence of the Senate, and expressed seriously his...
Governor Brooke is this day elected the attorney for the commonwealth in place of Mr: Innes, and...
Yesterday I received a letter from the southward of this state, written by a gentleman upon whom...
When Majr. Lindsay died, I have heard that you interested yourself on behalf of Mr: F. Taylor, as...
15 November 1802, Caroline, Virginia. Introduces his neighbor Landon Carter of Cleve, who comes...
26 December 1803, Port Royal, Virginia. “Inclosed is the copy of a letter addressed to the...