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I have some thoughts of coming to Washington this winter as I may as well spend a part of it...
Memorandum of the Condition of the Frigates of the United States— Constitution. A Prime Sailer,...
Being about to leave the District of Columbia, I This day forwarded to Genl. John Mason the...
2 January 1805, Paris. Takes the liberty of introducing to JM the bearer, Maximilian Godefroy, a...
2 January 1805, New York. “In the month of November last I received a Consignment of Coffee from...
2 January 1805, Wilmington. “I take the liberty of laying the enclosed in a confidential manner...
Th: Jefferson presents his respects to mrs Briggs and has the pleasure to inform her that mr...
By desire of Wm. Priestley I send the Doctrine of Heathen philosophy, compared with those of...
In conformity with the intimations you were pleased to make to me yesterday, I herewith enclose a...
The within letters are enclosed for the President’s information; but will be again wanted (that...
It was intended that the payment of the 2d instt. to Maryland should be paid on 1st Jany. 1805;...
Having been informed that certain Individuals have said or written to the Executive of the United...
Permit me to introduce to your civilities Mr. William Keteltas, a gentleman of the profession of...
From the Conversation I have this moment had with you, I find that you will experience serious...
3 January 1805, Vienna Customhouse, Collector’s Office. “In 1795 I recvd, two commissions from...
3 January 1805, Washington. “I have the Honor to transmit to you enclosed a list of the Persons...
3 January 1805, Algiers. No. 1. “The Ship Wm. & Mary, Capt. Tipling, with a Cargo, agreeable to...
It is in much diffidence and fear that I now take my pen to address Thee with a few lines, and...
The inclosed letter shews the writer to be really a curiosity. I think he might be told that you...
Names of persons for Atty. General Russel of Rhode Island—unknown Brokholst Livingston of New...
To be returned This man must necessarily be removed. Information will be obtained respecting a...
I nevar have been deturmined untill a few days past respecting the shears in the Milton...
the subscriber begs leave to state That she is wife of Robert W. Peacock, of this City, Attorney...
Ayant a la Librairie une Gravure represent. frederic le grand, et une Carte Generale des Etats...
I recieve your letter of yesterday in the kind light in which you intended it: and as it suggests...
the petition of the subscribers Humbly states That Robert W. Peacock, as your petitioners are...
4 January 1805, New Orleans. “In consequence of the Death of my private Secretary, and the...
4 January 1805, Algiers. No. 2. “Yesterday noon arrived of[f] this port, his Britanic Majesty’s...
I had the honor of addressing you on the 24th. of December by the ship Minerva Captn. McCray for...
Mr. Newton having been so kind as to furnish me with a sample of your Port wine, and informed me...