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I thank you very sincerely for your letter of the 19th. inst. from Washington. The business of...
I sent you about three or four weeks ago a second, and by the last mail, a third parcel of my...
I suppose it proceeds from the circumstances of my having lived in your neighbourhood, for...
Your last favor was brought to me from the post-office, too late, by some accident, to be...
I thank you for your favor of the thirteenth instant. I certainly had not thought of the Office...
I have just rec d yours of the 13 th and can only assure you of my constant attention to your...
I presume it is not improper to address you, as filling the department which superintends the...
On passing through the county of Powhatan two days ago, I had the mortification to learn from a...
I understand that the office of attorney for the U.S. in the district of Virginia is vacant by...
The clerk of the court of chancery has, this day, for the first time put into my hands the fi:...
I have just recieved your favor of the 19 th and will, with very great pleasure, attend to its...
It is understood that the American consulate at Cadiz is vacant by the death of the late...
I understand that Mr. Boyle has resigned the government of the Illinois territory, and that...
Alexander McRae lately and for several years a member of the privy council and lieutenant...
I understand that we have lost Judge Tyler and that his place is to be immediately filled, will...
I have your favors by the last mail and will attend to them with much pleasure. If any thing...
As I intimated, in my last letter, a wish to make further enquiries before I should answer...
W m Wirt , with respectful compliments to M r Jefferson , sends a few more sheets of the...
I presume it is not improper to address you, as filling the department which superintends the...
I have perused, with equal pleasure and conviction, your view of the question touching the...
Your favor of the 3 rd covering a copy of your letter to Colo. D. arrived at a time when I was...
Yours of the 15 in reply to mine of the 10 th inst. has been brought to me from the office this...
I accept, with gratitude, the terms on which you are willing to remark on my manuscript—and send...
I thank you for the remarks with which you have been so good as to accompany the return of the...
Henry ’s resolutions , as given by Judge Marshall , were copied from Prior Documents . Your...
The summer vacation of our courts, gives me an opportunity of taking up the materials which I...
I have been deliberating for six months whether I should or should not write you on the subject...
I have your favor by the last mail, covering an hundred dollars (a draft on Gibson & Jefferson )...
Obj. that Joutel’s journal may not be admitted as evidence of the Charter to Crozat . Ans. I...
Alexander M c Rae esq r & Maj r John Clarke , two gentlemen, justly reputed for integrity and...
About four years ago you were so good as to state that if the life of Henry was not destined to...
I now submit to you the last sheets of my sketches of M r H. which I am sorry to find more...
Patrick Henry’s Resolutions copied from the Journal of the House of Burgesses in 1765. May 30 . 1...