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This will be handed you by mr Milledge who takes the route by Edgehill on purpose to give you...
Your’s of the 16th. is recieved. there is nobody here who can give me any information of the law...
Your’s of Oct. 29. has been recieved. the day after my last letter to you, say Oct. 23. I...
The family arrived here yesterday morning without any accident, as Martha will probably inform...
I now inclose you Govr. Drayton’s answer to Doctr. Tucker by which you will percieve that there...
Genl. Sumpter has arrived here and I have this morning had a conversaton with him on the subject...
Your’s from Gordon’s did not reach me till the 15th. and was the first information which relieved...
Your’s of the 29th. came to hand last night only, so it has loitered a post somewhere. I am sorry...
I am sorry to have to inform you of the dangerous situation of our friend Peter Carr at mr...
My previous letter of this day’s date (now gone to the post office) gave you information of mr...
I wrote you two letters yesterday by the direct post. in the evening I recieved the two now...
Your’s of May 30. has been recieved. should Brown recover so that the law shall inflict no...
In a letter of May 2. to mr Peyton I had said to him that if Henderson, counting on the...
As possibly an authentic copy of the decree against Henderson may be wanted at the hearing of his...
On the evening of the 3d inst. we recieved a letter from mr King (arrived at N. York) covering...
The arrival of the treaty of cession of Louisiana last night, and the short day given for...
I have been so closely engaged since I came here that I have not had time to write any letter...
The post of last night brings us agreeable information from New Orleans & Natchez. Genl....
I have but a single moment to announce to you the death of Trist at N. Orleans. one letter...
I have learnt with extreme concern the rupture between Craven & Lilly, and percieve that it will...
Mr. John D. Burke who is writing the history of Virginia, sollicits very strongly the opportunity...
I recieved a letter yesterday from Lilly which gives me great disquietude. he has hitherto been...
Yours of the 22d. is at hand. there has been not only no new appointment of Consul at Bordeaux,...
It is with an aching heart I take up my pen, & this circumstance must apologise for my...
I inclose you some newspapers which I will ask the favor of you to keep & return to me when I...
Your letter of the 5th. came to hand on the 7th. & at the same time the Enquirer of the 4th. from...
I inclose a letter for Colo. C. L. Lewis of Buckisland, which, from it’s contents, will justify...
This will be handed you by mr Brodie, an English gentleman, looking out for a settlement in this...
Yesterday was sennight I wrote to Reuben Lewis, informing him he might hourly expect his brother...
Believing a letter will still find you at home, I drop you a line to give you the Western news. a...
Your letter recieved this morning has given me a pang under which I am overwhelmed. I take up my...
Your letter of yesterday convinces me I have been guilty of an error, for which I take just blame...
Joseph informs me your fever still continues. I certainly would not urge any thing that would be...
Th:J. incloses to mr Randolph a check on the bank of the US. which however is dated tomorrow &...
I arrived here this day sennight without any accident other than travelling on the second day...
You have long ago heard of the insult on the Chesapeake, and been overwhelmed with reports &...
I had been in expectation of leaving this for Monticello this day sennight: but the present...
Our advices from Lynhaven (where we keep a person as a Look-out to inform us daily what passes)...
I arrived here yesterday morning according to expectation. when at Songster’s the overnight, I...
Every thing from Europe for some time past being interesting, I have sent you some of the Public...
I inclose a watchkey of Martha’s and an ear-ring of Anne’s returned by mrs Madison. we are now in...
Lest you should fail in getting Smith’s paper I inclose you a paragraph prepared for that, &...
I have this moment signed the bill for a general embargo on all American vessels. it passed by...
A caucus was held on Saturday by the members of Congress at which 89. attended. Mr. Madison had...
I inclose you a letter from the Secretary of the Navy on the subject of Tarleton Webb. at the...
I inclose you a midshipman’s warrant for young Webb, but I wish there may not be a misnomer in...
I inclosed a packet to you for Tarlton Webb yesterday by the mail stage, because no printed...
Mr. Hening informs me that 6. cases in the court of Appeals depend on an Act of 1691. c. 9....
You will see in the public papers an account of proceedings of the legislature at Lancaster,...
My letter to Ellen will explain why I must be brief. a negociation between France & England is I...