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I saw Mr. Bishop this morning, on the subject of his late letter to me, communicated to Mr....
From Providence in the state of Rhode Island to Savannah, Georgia, a distance of more than a...
We the undersigned Subscribers Citizens of the County of Suffolk and State of New York...
Benj. Mills lives at the same place Paris. Says what any good mans acquaintances would Say....
This is what happened to us and I told you all. I called on you to help us and you Sent your...
The Speakers of our Nation have appointed me the leader of this deputation, and directed me to...
We whose names are hereunto annexed, being representatives in the State Legislature from the...
Alexandre Monnier Marchand à buffalo (état de New york) venant De Richemond pour y vendre...
I had the pleasure of addressing to You a Letter dated at the United States Factory in the...
I take the liberty to recommend Docr. Thomas Neale of the town of Jackson in the Territory of...
Capt. Mullowny who holds the Commission of Consul at Tenneriffe, but who has not yet found it...
Mr. Pitkin will do himself the honor to dine with the President of the UStates, on Thursday next,...
Mr. Murfree will do himself the pleasure to wait on Mr. Madison on Thurs at 4 O Clock ViU .
The death of the late Honble. H. Innis, having produced a vacancy in the District Court of the...
The enclosed Letter was written at the instance of several Members of Congress, who, on enquiry,...
I have the honour to transmit, herewith, Nominations to the Senate of the United States, on...
The Petition of the subscribers, Citizens of the United States, inhabitants of the District of...
The purport of this, will I hope excuse the liberty I have taken; It is in behalf of a poor...
Having obtained the consent of my Parents to enter as a cadet in the Military Academy of the...
Mr. Cooper presents his respects to the President of the U. States & will have the honor to dine...
The bearer of this note is Dr. Alexander McLeod, a clergyman of much learning, piety and...
The period of your retirement from the toils and anxieties of public life, having nearly arrived,...
The only apology I can have for troubling you with this letter, is that the subject of it is a...
Presuming on the personal acquaintance, you have honor’d me with, I venture to call on your...
The Acting Secretary of War has the honor to submit to the President the report made by the...
The exalted station in which you are placed Justifies me in considering you as a patron of...
Such is my opinion of your wisdom, justice & humanity, that I must call your particular...
I beg leave to introduce to You Col. William Sumner; and to Mrs Madison, his Sister, Miss...
I beg leave to introduce to you Col: William Sumner, and to Mrs Madison his Sister Miss Elisabeth...
I take the liberty as a free citizen of a free country of addressing thee on one of the most...
I ask leave to lay before you the enclosed Recommendation; I presume that Some of the persons by...
Haveing understood from Wm:. McBride his intention to remove from this state to the State of...
From an acquaintenc with your Excellency in the year 1775 and 76 &c. in the Convention and...
Having understood that Mr. Thos. H. Blake, now a resident of Indiana, is an applicant for the...
I am informed that Messrs. Blake and Lane are candidates for the office of attorney for the State...
I take the liberty of soliciting for my Son Thos. H. Blake, now a resident of the State of...
I have understood that Mr. Thomas H Blake formerly of this City is an applicant for the...
Mr. & Mrs. Webster will have the honor of dining with the President and Mrs. Madison on Monday,...
The result of the late negociation with the Indians of the Wabash, for the extinquishment of...
I have the honor respectfully to propose for your approbation the appointment of John Edgar as a...
I beg leave to call your attention to two Vacancies in the Missouri Territory, the appointments...
Nathl. Macon accepts the invitation of Mr. & Mrs. Madison for Saturday next NjMoHP .
I find in your message to congress, which as usual is considered a master piece, you have...
As I feel a kind of Ambition to introduce to the past present and future Presidents of U.S. Some...
James De Wolf of Bristol in this State, believing that a vacancy may soon occur among the five...
As I feel a kind of Ambition to introduce to the past present & future Presidents of U S. Some of...
The bearer the Honble. Wm. Smith has been elected a Senator in Congress from this State vice Jno...
I have received, my dear Sir, your invaluable communication of the 3d. instant. It is not in my...
Mr. McKenna has just informed me that the Captain of the Brig Fame, so soon as the duties were...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respects to the President & will thank him to delay...