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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...
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 am sorrey to give you the trouble of so Small a matter, Knowing you have much buisiness of...
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 trust & believe, that the distance which your merit & your long services have placed between us...
Being just recovered from a long indisposition, permit me now to tender you my sincere...
G. Granger presents his compliments to the President, and informs him that it is not contemplated...
The Medical Professors of the University of Pennsylvania beg leave to address you upon a Subject...
Madn. P.—March 29. [1809, Paris]—make use of occasion announced by Gel. A though...
We are often as much injured by our friends, in this world, as by our enemeies [ sic ]. The...
Directed by a Respectful Consideration, for the President of the United States—Permit me Sir—with...
Yours of the 19th. came to hand by the last post; but that allows us so little time that I could...
30 March 1809, Paris. Announces the birth of Princess Hortense-Eugénie-Napoléon [daughter of...
Yours of the 19 th came to hand by the last post; but that allows us so little time that I could...
Since my letter of yesterday I have recieved yours of the 27th. & 28th. and in the former the...
Since my letter of yesterday I have recieved yours of the 27 th & 28 th and in the former the...
April 1809. Sends on letter “from Mr. Lee” recommending William Bass for the consulate at Antwerp...
April? 1809. Canby [a Quaker who may have been acquainted with JM’s wife] expresses concern over...
We have just rec[e]ived your Speech here and I assure you it appears to be much admired even by...
I enclose a proclamation for the sale of the public lands in the Bend of Tenessee river Miss....
You will observe by the enclosed letter, that Mr. Dallas wishes to know, what he is to do with...
Having Occasion Last Winter to pursue a Man, who ran away in my debt, into Canada, I found that...
I owe to you an apology for the resignation of the office of Governor of the Illinois Territory...
In discharge of a Legislative injunction, I transmit to you the proceedings of the General...
I do myself the pleasure to enclose to You a copy of Proposals for the publication of a couple of...
Your favor with the accompanying papers by the last mail reached this place before my return on...
Mr Boyle haveing accepted the office of Judge of the court of Appeals of this state, I presume it...
10 April 1809, Amsterdam. An official representative from the kingdom of Holland to the U.S. was...
It has been three years since we met together at the seat of Government, you then told us that we...
I have the honor of proposing for your approbation, Asa Payne and Joel Johnson, of Kentucky, to...
11 April 1809, New York. Thanks JM for his letter of 4 Apr. that authorized Ball to list JM “in...
Through the politeness of my friend Paul Hamilton, Secretary of the Navy, I have the honor of...
Madn. P. Ap. 12. [1809, Paris]—Wrote him 29h. ulto. (private)—first occasion—Armstrong’s [...
I had the honour of writing you not long Since, requesting you to reinstate me if a trancefur...
12 April 1809, Amsterdam. The consul reports that American vessels are now being allowed “to...
We your memoralists, Citizens of Champaign County, State of Ohio, most of us being early settlers...
Having passed three years in this Country, and finding my Health extremely shattered, by the...
After congratulating you on your elevation to the first station in the gift of your country, to...
The enclosed sketch of my proposed answer to Mr Erskine I yesterday morning gave to Mr Gallatin...
The Hon’ble John Allen of this State, (not having the pleasure of a personal acquaintance with...
The Bearer, Thomas Robertson, we understand is an Applicant for the place of Agent of the United...
The polls are just closed for Harrison, & the result is Jackson 409 Lindsley 219 — last monday...
Your favor of the 14th. inst: with its enclosures was received by the mail of this morning. The...
17 April 1809, Paris. The acting American consul in Paris congratulates JM on his election as...