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It is proper to apprize you that the President has it in view to Commission you as Consul for St....
With your commission as Consul, to reside at St. Salvador, in the Brazils, and the usual printed...
I enclose a new certificate of your appointment, embracing commercial concerns. In strictness you...
It being understood that the charge of American Agent, which the interests of the United States...
Your letter of the 4th inst, has been duly received and in consequence of its suggestions, I...
§ To Henry Hill Jr. 13 July 1805, Department of State. “I have lately received a letter from Mr...
§ To James Hillhouse. 24 March, Monday. “Mr. Madison requests the pleasure of Mr. Hillhouse’s...
25 January 1804, Department of State. “I have recd. your letter of the 12th [not found],...
Mr. Shields has been so good as to call & let me know that he left you & my sister well last...
… the question of war in Europe. There remains but a bare possibility of an accomodation between...
I have recd. your favor of by which we learn that we cannot have the pleasure of your & my...
I communicated to you by the last mail the afflicting event which took place on the 27th. Ult. I...
I recd. by Mr. Rogers your favor of the 6th. Having not yet settled with the Butchers, from whom...
7 October 1801. JM promises to pay Hite “five hundred dollars, for value received.” Ms (Madison...
I have not heard from you since you left Orange but conclude that you will now be found at home....
I duly recd. yours of the 25th. Ult: Your patents have been in my hands for some time, and wd....
Business & bad weather have thus far detained me. I hope to set out tomorrow morning, if the mail...
Since my last I have recd. yours communicating the sentiments of my mother & yourself on the...
Letter not found. 25 July 1801. Offered for sale in James F. Drake Catalogue No. 28 (1909), item...
I have been thus long detained from the pleasure of my intended trip to Orange; and it is still...
The Ambassador Mellimelli being about to return from his Mission, I make use of the occasion to...
Deriving very little aid from my memory on transactions so antient as those the subject of your...
As I troubled you on a former occasion with mr Briggs’s case, I take the liberty of committing...
I have duly received your letter of the 25th. Ult, and shall cause a copy of it to be forwarded...
I have duly received your letter of the 26th. Ult, respecting the condemnation at Tortola of your...
26 October 1804, Department of State. “I will thank you to transmit to me, as soon as you can...
I have the honor to enclose extracts of a communication lately received from the British Minister...
A little transaction of mine, as innocent an one as I ever entered into, & where an improper...
I recieved last night your favor of the day before & this morning I obtained the Speaker’s order...
Do you forget promises, or do I recollect what never happened? I think you were to send me a...
§ To John Hollins. 25 November 1805, Department of State. “In consequence of your letter of the...
With many thanks for the kind attentions you have paid to my little commissions, I now remit you...
Your favor of the 16th. came to hand last night. the supply of Florence was proposed on the...
I have duly recieved your favor of Dec. 29. and have certainly every disposition to do for your...
I recieved last night your friendly letter of the 21st. being determined that no act of mine,...
I am under a great obligation to you for the two volumes of the your American Annals, and am...
Your favor of the 15th. with the book, has been safely recieved. the Memoires de l’Amerique were...
I am Sorry it is not in my power to give you much information relative to General Oglethorpe in...
Your favor of May 20. found me at Monticello, where I passed some days on the rising of Congress....
Your letter of Oct. 18. was recieved on the 5th. of Nov. with the tracts you were so good as to...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to the revd. Mr. Holmes, and informs him that he forwarded...
I recieved a few days ago the 1st. vol. of your American annals, for which I pray you to accept...
In reply to your Letter of yesterday I have the Honor to state to you, that no remuneration has...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 7th. instant and the papers it...
I do myself the honor of returning to you the Memorial of John Mullowny, and the papers which...
Your favor of Nov. 18. was duly recieved, and although I am too rusty in Parliamentary learning...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to mr Holmes, & his congratulations on his...
We have long heard of your nation, as a numerous, peaceable & friendly people; but this is the...
It escaped my recollection yesterday that it was the day on which my acceptance of mr Jarvis’s...
I came here on the 4th. & shall leave it on the 25th. inst. for Washington after compleating some...