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About the 20th of August the Agents for the State of Tennes’see, purpose holding a Treaty with...
12 May 1809, Navy Department. James Owen, “lately appointed a surgeon’s mate in the navy,” has...
For us, in a some-what humble sphere thus to address a man elevated to the highest office in the...
Permit me to make known to you, Mr. Greenhow, a very worthy & respectable Inhabitant of this...
14 May 1809. Covering letter from Secretary Hamilton accompanies a memorandum on the condition of...
The expenditure of the office of the Surveyor of the Public buildings prior to the death of the...
I received by Sundays Mail your favour of the 12th inst. and Shall accordingly accommodate our...
17 May 1809, Charleston. Introduces Thomas Heyward, son and namesake of the signer of the...
I did myself the honor to address you under the date of March the 13th., which letter however I...
I return the message with some general observations, but can offer nothing more precise, having...
This will be delivered to you by Mr John Crow who is an applicant for the office of Marshall...
My Appointment, as Mayor of this City will expire on the last of this Month. I take the liberty...
I have heard, Dear Sir, with no small surprize, that charges have been preferred against Doctor...
The Executors of my late Husband General Hamilton have sent to Mr Gould one of the Members of...
Ca. 20 May 1809. Petition asks permission for the signers, who first fled from Santo Domingo to...
20 May 1809, Philadelphia. His son, Dr. James Rush, visits Washington to make a call upon the...
It is my duty to write to you on the subject of the Note you were so kind as to endorse for me at...
I assure you that I feel great diffidence & reluctance at writing on the subject which I am about...
It is my duty to write to you on the subject of the Note you were so kind as to endorse for me at...
I wrote you last week from New-Haven, and inclosed General Wilcox’s resignation. I then expressed...
When you subscribed to the manufacturing Company, you were pleased to say “that when they wanted...
24 May 1809, London. Reports varied reactions from members of the American community in London to...
I have received yours of the 23. and shall proceed with the alteration of the Chimneys, as it...
I take the liberty of calling your attention to the situation of the claim to Land of a Number of...
During my stay here the subject of opening an intercourse between our government and that of...
28 May 1809, Prairie du Chien. Boilvin, the Indian agent at Prairie du Chien, complains that the...
Tho’ I have not the pleasure of being personally acquainted with you—yet, being a Soldier of ’76,...
For the President, in the most perfect confidence. Never were any men more completely confounded,...
I have the honor to lay before you an account of the expenditure of 5.000$, advanced to me on...
29 May 1809, London. Repeats a rumor [mentioned in a postscript to a 24 May letter to JM ] that...
By a letter of 1st April from Mr. Smith Secretary of State I have observed with much regret that...
31 May 1809, London. Has read the parliamentary debates on the Erskine agreement, which “are best...
The result of our Elections has given our political opponants the intire direction of our State...
Thinking by this time the many addresses from different quarters of the Union, congratulating you...
Having received a communication from our Consul in Cuba enclosing a proclamation of the Intendant...
In obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 27th. of May requesting the...
It was with great Joy, that I learned by Newspapers that you have been elected President of the...
I have the honor respectfully to submit to your consideration the inclosed Memoir. A few hundred...
4 June 1809, New Orleans. Encloses a duplicate of an earlier letter to President Jefferson...
I write this letter under feelings the most unpleasant. You will have seen by my public...
The journals of yesterday gave us your proclamation announcing an arrangement with the British...
Ph: Reed presents his compliments to Mr Madison, and in answer to Mr. Madisons note of yesterday,...
I have been permitted by Governour Harrison in the praise of whose Judgement & descretion I Need...
Mr. Latrobe has informed me that you wished to have the Encyclopedie sent to your house with the...
The letter which I have now the honour to enclose, came to my hands yesterday, under cover with a...
9 June 1809, New York. Has received JM’s letter of 15 May and has “had the wine cased.” Encloses...
With all that respect and esteem, which long and faithful public Services are calculated to...
I had the honor to write to you on the 5t May, since then I have received a letter from Mr Smith,...
10 June 1809, London. Joy is upset over Canning’s handling of the Erskine affair. Expresses his...
Having just learned by the National Intelligencer that the Enterprise will sail without delay, my...