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I find by a letter from Mr. Dallas that he was to leave Washington on Tuesday last for...
You will receive herewith the Commission which conveys your appointment as Secretary for the...
I return the letter from Mr. Hall inclosed in yours of the 19th. The fullest confidence is due to...
I have just recd. from Mr. Monroe a very extraordinary communication confidentially made to him...
The letter & papers returned Feby 4 with the following note. The arrangement communicated by the...
I return, with my approbation, the additional regulations for Mr. Lee, enclosed in yours of the...
Mr. Crawford will be so good as to put convenient dates into the Blanks. If there be any thing in...
I have to thank you for your letter of June 16. it presents those special views of the state of...
This will be handed you by my friend D r Barton , one of the Vice-presidents of the American...
I am about to sin against all discretion, and knowingly, by adding to the drudgery of your...
I return the letter of Genl: Gaines with the papers connected with it. It is to be hoped & much...
The proposed order for the 1st. of Augst. is approved. It being desireable that the testimony...
On my return after a long absence I learned that you had been so kind as to send the Collector’s...
You will percieve that the inclosed papers of Jacob Koontz , are from a very ignorant man, who...
I have recd. yours of the 20th. inst. The claim of W. Knaggs involves an important question; what...
I return the draught of instructions to the Commissioners for treating with the Chicasaw Indians....
The limited prosecution of the plan of Lt. Gadsden, which you suggest may be proper. A general...
I rebut as steadily as is in my power applications to join in sollicitations for appointment. but...
I recieve here, where I pass much of my time, your favor of Oct. 28. and thank you for it’s...
I take the liberty of quoting to you the passage of a letter I have recieved from a mr John...
The high standing of Genl. Gaines strengthens his title to all the testimony he calls for, as far...