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Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr Newton to request of Doctr. Fernandez about a Quarter cask of...
A collector for the port of Hampton is wanting in the room of mr Kirby, removed for gross...
Thomas Blow, surveyor of the customs at Smithfield, has resigned his office. it is of small...
The Secretary at War, Genl. Dearborne, having occasion to visit Norfolk , I cannot omit the...
The Secretary of the Treasury informs me that he is obliged to remove mr Wilkins the collector at...
I duly recieved your favor of the 12th. inst. and thank you for the information respecting the...
I pray that the subject of this Letter may be entirely confidential between you and myself. the...
I have the pleasure now to inclose you a copy of the act of assembly which you desired. it could...
Your favor of Feb. 16. is recieved, and according to the permission therein given me, I will ask...
We have just heard of the calamitous event of Norfolk . I have not heard whether any persons are...
Your favor of the 14th. Apr. came to hand on the 1st. inst. and that of the 8th. not till the 3d....
The day before yesterday I inclosed you the first halves of 4. bank bills for 350. D. to wit 3....
Your favor of the 18th. Ult. came to hand a few days ago. the reciept of the cyder had been...
Your favor of Oct. 25. did not get to my hands till the 17th. instant after I had delivered mine...
I this moment recieve a letter from John Hyndman Purdie of Smithfield asking the office on which...
Colo. Monroe informs me you have not more than two or three pipes of your Brazil Madeira left. I...
An extraordinary press of business has prevented my sooner acknoleging the reciept of your favor...
Your favor of the 6th. is recieved. I have no doubt the act you desire is in my printed...
I have just recieved your favor of the 18th and after due thanks for your attention to the...
I request you will be pleased to sell twelve of the Barrels of rice consigned to you by the...
I enclose a copy of a letter from the British Envoy, complaining of the illegal equipment of two...
I have just received your letter of the 15th. Taking guns on board, connected with the public...
The enclosed letter from the Collector of Chester, respecting Edward Herren, containing the most...
I request you will be pleased to deliver to the order of Capt. Wederstrandt the casks of Rice...
I have recd. your several letters of July 31st: August 1. & 3d. requesting instructions on...
Mr. Rose proposing to set out in a day or two, in order to embark for England, in the Statira,...
In answer to your letter of the inst., I beg leave to refer you to the act of Congress passed on...
In answer to the request contained in your letter of the 5 inst, I have the honor to inform you,...
D r. Fernandes’s best respects to Th o. Newton Esqr. & notwithstanding it to be a matter of...
I have recd. your letter of the l9th. inst. in which you request instructions for the case of...