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I thank you for your kind attention to my affairs, as detailed in your last Letter which I have...
I begin by congratulating you upon the birth of your daughter Elizabeth, of which I had never...
I am indebted to you, I believe for two letters; but there is so much in the last, of what parson...
Your’s of the 3d: instt: came to hand the night before last; I am perfectly satisfied with your...
I have two letters from you of the 18th: and 28th: of last Month to answer—And since the receipt...
I received a few days since your favour of the 28th. ulto: with the very interesting account of...
On new year’s day I received your very agreeable Letter of Decr: 21st: which I should have...
I have received two letters from you, since I wrote you last; but I presume you will know the...
Your favour of the 2d. instt: enclosing a copy of the judiciary Bill which was before you for...
Your favour of the 19th: of last Month, has been several days in my hands.—I have enclosed you...
Your letter closing the last and commencing the present year, has been several days in my hands,...
We have so little business on hand that it was not thought necessary to commence the year with a...
Your letter of the 4th: instt: came to hand two days ago—But I have no information of a public...
I wrote to my mother from Providence & New-York, giving her an Account of our progress thus far;...
It is so long since I gave my father notice of the time when we intended to take our departure...
I have two or three letters from you which I am afraid will never be answered in the manner all...
Your letter of the 2d: has been duly received, and has contributed with those of your father...
Yours of the 14th: came to hand Saturday Evening—24th: I suppose you were not inconsolable at the...
Under another cover, I enclose to you the documents laid on our table this morning— I have not...
I have sent you under another cover, a copy of the President’s Message, with the documents, and...
An attempt was made this morning to postpone the adjournment for two days—from the 26th: (Monday...
The Louisiana Government bill has this day pass’d, yeas 20. Nays 5.—It now goes to the House of...
I send this day a packet to your father containing the Journals and other publications of the...
We have this day a sort of Holiday, to rejoyce for the acquisition of our new Territories—The...
I do not take the Washington Federalist; and it is now in general so poorly conducted as hardly...
The Louisiana revenue bill (of which I sent you some time since a copy) has this day pass’d the...
I am happy to find by your letter of the 15th: instant that you had reached Quincy; and your...
I have received a letter from Mr: J. E. A. Steinmetz, Prussian Consul at Charleston...
I presume you had not left Bristol two hours before we arrived there—Your advice to us to stop at...
You will be so anxious to hear the state of your mother’s health that I cannot forbear writing...
I have received two or three letters from you, which I have not answered for want of a...
By the biographical article I now inclose, you will perceive that my long silence has not...
This is the second week that I have failed in my customary tribute to you—‘Tis a grievous...
The above is a list of the debtors to Bird, Savage and Bird in Philadelphia. Ascertain and let me...
As you will probably be under some anxiety, respecting the bill you sent last winter, drawn by...
The House of Bird, Savage and Bird have stop’d payment, and probably the bill I drew upon them...
I send you the enclosed subscription paper for two purposes. First, that it may be published at...
I have now received the Port-Folio, to number 48 inclusive; excepting N: 47 which yet remains in...
I have had your favour of the 30th: ulto: several days; and have taken time to deliberate upon...
I received last evening your favour of the 21st: instt: and now enclose you a set of three bills...
I have occasion to draw bills of exchange to the amount of about one thousand pounds sterling...
The apt and excellent quotation from Horace’s epistles, in your letter of 26th: ulto: made me...
I duly received your letters of the 21st: enclosing the pamphlet of Gentz, and likewise the...
Your’s of the 2d: and 5th: instts: have come to hand. We have been so anxious on your account...
In point of form I know not how the balance of epistolary correspondence between you and me...
If your two letters of 16 May, and 3. instt: have hitherto remained unanswered you must impute it...
Since my last letter to you, I have not had the pleasure of receiving a line from you—I have it...
I received last evening your letters of the 23d: and 26th: ulto: the latter enclosing your...
I must request you to sell my 3600 dollars of Stock in the Bank of North America, at as good a...
I have received three letters from you without making the proper returns—The occasion of which...