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On returning, last evening, from the review of my Brigade, I found two letters of the 8th. inst:...
Several weeks have Elapsed since I addressed the President pr Mail on the subject of A...
17 May 1812, Fayal. Is a native Virginian of French extraction who has been engaged in nautical...
I have re[c]d. the memorial of the Inhabts. of the Town of Milton on the subject of vaccination,...
Since I had the pleasure of seeing you, I have recvd. a letter from the Governor of Penna. he...
Ca. 18 May 1812. The subscribers petition for the appointment of a justice of the peace for “that...
18 May 1812, Natchez. “As a Stranger to you I confer you so far as to forward this letter to Mr....
I have recd. your letter of the 15th. with a prospectus of the “Emporium of the Arts & Sciences,”...
The undersigned had the honor to address your Excellency some time since, on the subject of an...
I have been honored by your letter of the 9th, & having heard of two instances only, in which is...
I wrote you on the 16th. instant, 1st. and 2nd. Via: Liverpool, to the care of Mr. Maury, 3rd....
19 May 1812, Capitol. Has been acquainted with Mr. Gamble of this city “for several years” and...
19 May 1812, St. Clairsville, Belmont County, Ohio. Having lately addressed a letter to JM [not...
In a letter which I addressed to You yesterday, I omitted to mention, that you have the entire...
Ca. 20 May 1812, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. “The Subscribers … composing a Company of Light...
20 May 1812, Charleston. Transmits the proceedings of a meeting of the citizens of Charleston...
20 May 1812, Washington. Recommends William P. Van Ness “as a person of high respectability … who...
Mr Malcom was three years in my family at Philadelphia as my private Secretary: and during that...
I yesterday received from the Department of State, the Appointment of District Judge, of this...
21 May 1812, Baltimore. As an admirer of JM’s “Talents and virtues” and as a supporter of his...
22 May 1812, War Department. Proposes for JM’s approval the appointment of Reuben Etting of...
22 May 1812, Cambridge. “The letter enclose[d], I recd, from Colo Sherburne of Newport, an old...
22 May 1812, Philadelphia. Transmits the proceedings of a meeting of the citizens of the first...
22 May 1812, Baltimore. Transmits “certain Resolutions of the Democratic Citizens of Baltimore...
I duly received your letter, covering the packet to your mother, (which was delivered to her) and...
In the letter I took the liberty of writing you in such haste by the Hornet when stating the...
The inclosed letters came under cover to me, by the Hornet. France has done nothing towards...
I recd. the enclosed letter a few days since. You know the writer, & can properly appreciate the...
The difference between a communication & sollicitation is too obvious to need suggestion. While...
I had not long closed my letter of the 19th when I met Lieut: Brooks who informed me that he...