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To testify to you the sincerity of the Government of the United States in its negotiations, I...
A bond of Mr Perry’s to Mrs Carter, for the hire of some negroes, has been put into my hands for...
I have nothing to add to the letters just sent you by the way of Baltimore but the enclosed note...
I arrived here this day week, having travelled through the rain of that day rather than stay in...
I have duly recieved your favor of the 10th. and shall always be thankful for any information you...
§ From the Marqués de Someruelos. 7 September 1805 . By the schooner Rose , Capt. [ illegible ]...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to mr Peale and sends him a recruit for the fund...
28 May 1805, Washington . “When I had the Honor to reply on the 12th: of April to your Letter of...
§ From Sylvanus Bourne. 26 January 1806, Amsterdam. “In transmitting the within [not found] I...
7 April 1801, Lisbon. Conveys news of British blockade of Toulon and discusses different accounts...
It appears that owing to ye. reluctance with which the new plan of Govt. designated by France for...
I last addressed You Under date of the 18. March, since which I have Nothing of importance to...
by this time you have Recd. all Communication from your Worthy Ministers at foriegn Courts & you...
Your favor of Oct. 29. was recieved in due time, and I am very thankful for the extract of mr...
I thank you for the perusal of the Bill, For establishing rules and articles for the Government...
I was much disappointed in finding this morning that you were gone; for I had understood that you...
I have the honor to transmit You the herewith inclosed Copy of a declaration of this Court...
From some late circumstances, I have reason to believe that neither Mr Priestley’s directions nor...
It makes me blush to think of the length of time which has elaps’d since I wrote to you last My...
To avoid the expence to which we are exposed for the rent of Houses for the messengers of the...
Nothing is so common as to see men value themselves most for what they know least about. in truth...
The Secretary of state, charged with the civil affairs of the several territories of the United...
Io non saprei a che attribuire la total mancanza di sue lettere, dopo quelle del 29 Aprile 1800,...
I have to acknowledge the Receipt of your highly flattering & friendly Letter , & to return as I...
7 May 1802, Georgetown. Acknowledges JM’s letter of 6 May ; will write to Leclerc on the subject...
I have heretofore taken the liberty of addressing two letters to you, and confess that I feel...
I thank the Great Spirit above that I have a very bright day to talk with the Great Chief of our...
Previous to the receipt of this letter, you will have heard of the escape of Col. Burr from the...
I have great pleasure, my beloved in repeating to you what the Doctor has just now said, that the...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance Mr. Elisha Jenkins Secretary of this State. He is a...
I find upon enquiry that the State of New York did in the year 1800, obtain credit, under the...
§ From William C. C. Claiborne. 15 March 1806, New Orleans. “The Carrier of the Mail of the...
I had the honor to address you a short letter on the 10th. instant, merely to acquaint you with...
Your letter of the 14th. was recieved on the 18th. and this goes by the return of the first post,...
In compliance with your instructions, William Liddle was indicted, in the Circuit Court of the...
My last respects of the date of the 26th. Inst. covering a dispatch from Mr. Pinckney was ⅌ the...
Relying on your goodness to excuse this intrusion on your time, I beg leave to interest myself in...
8 February 1805, London . No. 49. “I had the honor to receive in due course your letter of Novr....
Last Evening I received your’s of the 14th: which makes me anxious to hear from you again—Your...
G. Jefferson sends the box of hinges &c by the Stage agreeably to Mr. J’s direction. MHi :...
30 August 1803 , “ Frigate Adams at Sea .” No. 11. Wrote in his last letters (nos. 9 and 10 [ 24...
In my last of the 28th Ulto. I had not the time, to have the honor, to send you as per this an...
I have recieved, Madam, the letter which you have done me the favor to write from Paris on the...
Your letter of the 24th of February, reached me this evening, and in conformity with your...
Since my last I have been as busily engaged as circumstances would admit, in making such...
I had the pleasure of receiving your letter of the 1st inst: on the 5th. of this month. I waited...
As the US have obtained, by the acquisition of Louisiana, so much uncultivated and fertile lands,...
Yesterday I received from the Post Office your obliging Letter of the Sixth of this month. It is...
29 June 1802, Gibraltar. No. 93. “After referring you to mine No. 91 & 92 ⅌ this Conveyance,...
I recieved last night your favor of the day before & this morning I obtained the Speaker’s order...