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Being disappointed in my expectations in this quarter of the World and having no prospect here of...
I am honored, dear Sir, by your letter of the 14th. instant in answer to mine of the 20th of...
I am sorrey to give you the trouble of so Small a matter, Knowing you have much buisiness of...
Previous to Mr. Heinekens Decease he wrote Your Excellency requesting to know if Mr G J E...
I reached this place last Week after a fatigueing journey through the Mud almost impassible. My...
I inclose you several letters which must have been intended for the office, & not the person...
If ever the human heart, was compleatly gratified, in the accomplishment of an event, in which it...
I inclose you several letters which must have been intended for the office, & not the person...
I have been honored with the receipt of your communication under date of the 7th. instt,...
Although something of my situation is hinted at in the poem, yet perhaps not sufficient to give...
22 March 1809, Leghorn. The American consul encloses correspondence with Armstrong in Paris...
I regret exceedingly my Unfortunate situation—will not—at present, permit me the Honor, of paying...
The enclosed Letter is from the Lady Abbess of the Ursuline Convent, And in compliance with her...
I have been in the habit of corresponding with Mr. Jefferson during his administration, on...
Not having the pleasure of any acquaintance with the present secretary at war, I take the liberty...
19 March 1809, Windham, Connecticut. Discusses the Embargo, MacGowty’s experience as a seaman,...
Being absent from town I did not ⟨rec⟩eive untill the evening of the 15th. your Letter of the 7th...
18 March 1809, New Orleans. Encloses 7 Mar. proceedings of the territorial House of...
I had the honor to address you the 25th. Ulto. by the Brig Vestal of Hull, Lennant Jones, Master,...
On opening my letters from France in the moment of my departure from Washington, I found from...
The honourable and dignifyed languidge of Your late Inaugural adress, protends a peculiarly...
As men in public offices are Subject to Recive public addresses and private proposals—I Solicit...
17 March 1809, Inglesville, Montgomery County, Virginia. A native of the British West Indies,...
On opening my letters from France in the moment of my departure from Washington , I found from...
Not being able to procure an appointment In the United States Service—I enlisted hoping by this...
I had the honor to write to you unofficially & very much at large on the 12t Jany; it will not be...
G Granger presents his most respectfull compliments to the President and, at the request of the...
The plan on which the Presidents square is proposed to be planted having been approved by the...
I solicit your directions as to the adaptation of the rooms in the East end of the President’s...
At a Period, the most eventful ever witnessed by Man, when the whole civiliz’d World is engag’d...