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Once more at home, and I flatter myself recovered from the fatigues of your journey. You have...
I have received to-day your letter of the 3d inst. which contained the agreeable account of your...
Yesterday Mrs Murray Mr Murray and Mr Dandridge left this City for Amsterdam. Mr Dandridge had...
I think it probable that there will be a house of representatives to-morrow and perhaps a Senate...
I have been very much occupied since I had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 29th of...
You will hardly stand in need of the inclosed paper to convince you of its writers principles...
Yesterday after hearing councel the Senate expelled Mr Blount. Mr Tazewell voted against his...
I was too much hurried with business before leaving Philada to answer your last letter of the...
I have been for a long time past so hurried and so loaded with business as not to have a moment...
I have received this moment your letter of the 28th ulto. The land business being with Mr Wolcott...
(Confidential) Dear Sir. Philad[elphia] 26 June 1798 I have received your letter of the 2 2d by...
The crisis, and almost universal wish of the people, to see you at the head of the armies of the...
I am to receive tomorrow the Presidents letter to you, and leave this in the mail stage on...
I arrived here between 7 & 8 o’clock on tuesday morning, and before seeing my family presented...
I inclose you the abridged rules and regulations for the formations, field-exercise and movements...
This will serve for scarce any other purpose than to acknowledge your letter of the 22 July ulto...
Feeling myself very much indisposed & feverish I think it best to acknowledge your letters of the...
I am sorry to be obliged to communicate to you, that a malignant fever, has again not only made...
I am happy to inform you that I was able to attend in the office to-day. To-morrow I set out with...
confidential & private My dear Sir. Trenton [N.J.] 25 Augt 1798 I have not I believe acknowledged...
I received yesterday evening your letter of the 3d inst. I had understood by the public prints...
(Confidential) My dear General Trenton [N.J.] 10th Sepr 1798 If any change should take place in...
I received your letter of the 14th instant yesterday evening. Be assured I regret and lament from...
(Confidential) My dear Sir Trenton [N.J.] 21 Sepr 1798 I received your letter of the 16 inst....
I received your confidential letter dated the 26th of Septr ulto last Saturday evening. I now...
I had the honour to receive last night your letter dated the 30th of Sepr Ulto. I have reason to...
I have received my dear Generals two letters dated the first instant, last night. You will have...
The President of the United States on the 30th of Sepr Ulto inclosed to me commissions for the...
(Confidential) my dear Sir. Trenton [N.J] 16 Octbr 1798 You will see by the inclosed the step I...
The inclosed is copy of a letter from General Pinckney received yesterday morning. I immediately...
I received a letter this morning from General Hamilton which I inclose. You will be pleased to...
(private & confidential) My dear General 26 Octbr 1798 I received last night your letter of the...
I had the honour to receive your letter of the 23d Instant. I received a letter this morning from...
I reced yesterday a letter from Major General Pinckney a copy of which as I knew it would give...
I reced about 2 o’clock P.M. Col. Lear’s letter, dated at Wilmington, and a few minutes since,...
It appears by a letter from the President, dated Quincy Octr. 22. 1798, that it will not be in...
It appears by a letter from the President, dated Quincy Octbr 22d 1798, that it will not be in...
I had the honor to receive your Excellencys letter of the 13th instant last night. Some of the...
As the enclosed paper, shewing the component parts, number of Men and pay of the Officers...
I have the honor to transmit you herewith a return of Ordnance and Military Stores, which has...
The enclosures, have been furnished, by the Secretary of the Treasury, in pursuance of the...
The enclosed papers contain the proceedings of two Military Courts, lately held at the city of...
I submit the inclosed letters to you and Major General Hamilton & Majr General Pinckney. The...
Inclosed is a schedule shewing the price of rations and component parts at certain posts from the...
The Secy of war has the honour to inform the commander in Chief, that he expects a letter this...
I received two letters from you on your route home respecting my young freind Mr Custis, and one...
Inclosed is a copy of my report which I received this morning from the press. You will perceive,...
I received this morning your letter of the 6th Inst. I was very certain you had made a short...
I send you inclosed some minute information respecting the nominations which you may wish to see....
I received last night your letter of the 27th of Jany and this morning sent for Mr McAlpin and...