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Herewith you will receive Sundry Pamphlets &ca under the patronage of Sir John Sinclair. I send...
Although the letter of Mr Pleasants and its enclosure will appear under date of the 25th. of...
16 December 1796. Invites JM “to dine on Thursday next at 4 oClock.” Requests an answer. FC ( DLC...
My solicitude for drawing the first characters of the Union into the Judiciary, is such that, my...
The papers, of which I was speaking to you on friday evening, are herewith sent. In looking over...
The President of the United States requests, the Pleasure of Mr Madison’s Company to Dine, on...
Since my last to you, I have been favored with your letters of the 28th. of Octr: & 18th. of...
Receive my thanks for your obliging favor of the 20th. —with its enclosure—of the latter I now...
Notwithstanding the conviction I am under of the labour which is imposed upon you by Public...
Let me entreat you to finish the good Offices you have begun for me, by giving short answers (as...
I stand indebted to you for your favors of the 20th. & 26th. Ult; and I believe for that of the...
Enclosed I return you the list of Sales in the Federal City. You will oblige me, by drafting a...
Your favor of the 7th came to hand the evening before last. The resolutions which you say are...
I am much obliged by the few lines you wrote to me on the 4th and though it is yet too soon to...
Not having sent to the Post Office with my usual regularity, your favor of the 8th. did not reach...
I am much obliged by the few lines you wrote to me on the 4th. and though it is yet too soon to...
The enclosed letters, with the additional explanation that follows, will bring the case of young...
Not ’till yesterday did I receive the Agricultural Pamphlets from Mr: Peters. Knowing that you...
I am indebted to you for several of your favors, and thank you for their enclosures. The rumours...
… As far as a momentary consideration has enabled me to judge, I see nothing exceptionable in the...
Your favor of the 10th. Ult. came duly to hand, and the enclosure for Mr. D. Carroll was...
As far as a momentary consideration has enabled me to judge, I see nothing exceptionable in the...
I duly received your letter of the 24th of last Month, but as we had no intelligence or...
Your favor of the 18th Ulto came duly to hand. As no subject is more interesting, and seems so...
Your favor of the 10th Ult. came duly to hand, and the enclosure for Mr D. Carroll was forwarded...
By a notification in the Pensylvania Packet, it appears that the Southern Mail was robbed on the...
If Mr Madison can make it convenient to call upon the P——between eight and nine this forenoon and...
Can nothing be done in our Assembly for poor Paine? Must the merits, & Services of Common Sense...
The calamitous situation of Philadelphia and the little prospect from present appearances of its...
As there is a possibility if not a probability, that I shall not see you on your return home; or,...
Since my last, acknowledging the first letter you did me the favor to write to me after your...
12 May 1796. Invites JM “to dine on Thursday next at 4 oClock.” Requests an answer. FC ( DLC :...
To draw such a line for the conduct of the President as will please every body, I know is...
If under the existing circumstances of the newly established Bank you can add other & fitter...
RC (Princeton University Library: Andre deCoppet Collection of American Historical Autographs)....
Having heard of your Election, by a respectable majority of the suffrages of the District for...
Your favors of the 5th & 8th came duly to hand; the first from Baltimore, the latter from Philda....
Can nothing be done in our Assembly for poor Paine? Mus[t] the merits, & Services of Common Sense...
The papers, of which I was speaking to you on friday evening, are herewith sent. In looking over...
Your favors of the 21st. & 27th of last month came duly to hand. The last, contained the...
I want to communicate two matters to Congress; the substance of which is contained in the...
As you are knowing to the situation of young Mr. Fayette; to the measures I have adopted in his...
To draw such a line for the conduct of the President as will please every body, I know is...
The calamitous situation of Philadelphia—and the little prospect from present appearances of its...
Your favors of the 5th. & 8th. came duly to hand; the first from Baltimore, the latter from...
I thank you for the communications in your letter of the first instt. The decision of the House...
The Agricultural Society of Philadelphia, are preparing the “outlines of a Plan for establishing...
It has so happened, that the letter which you did me the favor of writing to me on the 5th, did...
When I last wrote to you, I was uninformed of the Sentiments of this State beyond the circle of...
If Mr. Madison can make it convenient to call upon the P—— between eight and nine this forenoon...