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I thank the Lord for a clear sky and bright day to hear the answer of our good Father, The...
Strongly impressed with the sentiment that the Great Spirit is displeased with his red children...
The Great Spirit looks down on me this day, and expects that I shall take measures to secure all...
I thank the Lord that the day has arrived when we can settle all our business, and I thank you...
It was with a considerable degree of pleasure that I learned lately, you were benevolently...
Wishing to send two copies of my book to France, I conceived it would be proper to transmit them...
The Memorial of Elizabeth Chester Most humbly Sheweth That Your Memorialist’s Husband Samuel...
Nothing but the present disagreeable necessity, compels me to trouble you with this letter, not...
My friend Dr. A. Alexander of the town of New Castle will deliver you this letter. He has long &...
Your two favours of the 10, continued on the 12th Decr., and of the 31 of the same Month, have...
16 March 1802, Marseilles. Informed JM in his last dispatch on 29 Sept. that the bond required of...
16 March 1802, New York. “I have now the honor to enclose, duly executed, one of the Bonds...
16 March 1802, Charleston. “I take the liberty of introducing to your notice, a friend of mine,...
16 March 1802, Philadelphia. Having left Baltimore because of the precarious state of his health,...
16 March 1802, Philadelphia. States that he was ready to embark but finds himself detained...
By my last Respects of the 29th. September, I had the honour of advising you, I had Sent to Mr....
I have now the honor to enclose, duly executed, one of the Bonds forwarded from your Department,...
Your’s of the 10th. is recieved, and I have desired mr Barnes to credit mr Short 130. D. as...
Your favor of Dec. 26. was recieved the 5th. inst. and one of a later date to the Secretary of...
Philadelphia, 16 Mch. 1802. Acknowledging with gratitude the $590 payment for wines, he offers to...
Le Soussigné, par Suite de la confiance entiere qu’il n’a cessé de mettre dans Ses rapports avec...
With your passion for chess, I think I shall very easily stand excused for taking the liberty of...
17 March 1802, Havana. Refers to his letter of 20 Jan. informing JM that the admission of U.S....
My last address was of the 20. Jany. in which I informed you of the precarious tenure under which...
To Conyatauyou, or Handsome Lake a Seneca Chief. Brother, Your good father the President of the...
To all to whome these presents shall come , Greeting. Whereas it has been represented by some of...
It is with real diffidence that I shall enter upon the duties of Atty Genl of the US should...
When your Letter of the 10th Instant reached this place I was in Richmond attending the court of...
I wrote to you while Mr Dawson was here that I would wait the arrival of the Frigate that was to...
At the request of my father Mr: John Adams, I take the liberty, through you, to present the...
Princeton [ New Jersey ] March 18, 1802 . Introduces his son, John Witherspoon Smith, who plans...
18 March 1802, Department of State. “I have the pleasure to inclose you a Commission as...
18 March 1802, Amsterdam. Transmits the latest issues of the Leiden Gazette . Although many...
18 March 1802, Tunis. Adds to what he wrote in the enclosed letter to Rufus King that on arriving...
18 March 1802, Trieste. Notes that his last letter of 29 Dec. 1801 was sent shortly after his...
18 March 1802, Washington. “As I am fully convinced that acting only as agent agreeable to power...
I here transmit in course the last numbers of the Leyden Gazette. Altho’ many months have passed...
In addition to what I wrote Mr. King Copy herewith, I have only to add here that on arriving at...
My last to You was under date of the 29 Decr. 1801 a few days after my arrivall in this City,...
Permit me to lay before you the enclosed Certificate. The restoration of the Judiciary System, to...
I recieved last night your friendly letter of the 12th. which shall be answered the first...
I do myself the honor to send to you a speech delivered upon the subject of the Judiciary when...
Having received from you by the hands of your Son, the very acceptable Donation of the 2nd & 3d...
The President, as a politician, is in one sense particularly unfortunate. He furnishes frequent...
Mr Steele is anxious to have Mr Marshal’s accounts so far stated as to be enabled to judge...
The Physician who attends me having advised me to ride to Baltimore, in the hope of finding an...
I take the liberty of introducing to your acquaintance the Bearer Mr. perkins of Boston, who goes...
19 March 1802, Tangier. No. 38. Forwards a copy of his dispatch of 20 Feb. Reports that the Essex...
19 March 1802, Washington. “For fear I should displease you and do wrong in presenting the...
I have the honour of encloseing with this, copy of my Communications of 20th. February. On the...