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I have the honor of transmitting to you the inclosed copies of letters, relating to my employment...
I am informed that you have been pleased to write to the President of the united States in my...
I had the honour of writing to you , on the 12th Instant, inclosing the invoice of your Books,...
I beg leave to inform you, that the Essex is arrived, and that we expect to sail in the course of...
I beg leave to offer you the following explanation concerning my conduct as Agent of Prize...
our minister, mr. Gallatin , has arrived at Paris , and handed me your letter of the 17th of may....
I beg leave to inform you that I have written to my friend Doctor Stephenson to send you, as soon...
I have already taken the liberty of transmitting to you, by mr Todd , a copy of my defence in...
I regret that I have not had the honor of receiving a line from you since my return to Paris ,...
I have forwarded a trunk, to the care of mr. Shaler , at gand , and addressed to Mr. Short ,...