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I trust you will excuse the liberty I take in introducing to your acquaintance Mr. Talleyrand de...
[ Philadelphia, March 1, 1794. On March 20, 1794, Lincoln wrote to Hamilton: “Your letters of the...
I am favd. with yours of 17th Ulo. with the enclosures. I have never seen a fair discussion in...
I had this pleasure the 8 November. All your Sales being now closed, I lay them before you. The 3...
Opinion on requests made by John Cleves Symmes by his Letter of June 8th 1793 1 Point: The...
When Mr Drayton of Charleston was here last Summer he told me that the true nankeen Cotton was in...
Will your Excelly pardon the freedom I have taken, of Addressing you, & of inclosing a letter of...
P.S. The person, that has the honor to submit the above Translations, the theme whereof he has...
In my speech to the two houses of Congress at the opening of the session I urged the expediency...
I made the informal communication to Mr Jaudenes. He expressed himself to be satisfied with the...