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Had I known before that the visit you mention was desired, I would have made it. it cannot now be...
Letter not found. 16 July 1810. Acknowledged in Monroe to JM, 25 July 1810 . Concerns the...
If I did not misunderstand you when in Washington the Gardener Beza, was not now engaged or...
I recieved your friendly letter of Dec. 24. on my return from Bedford , at which place I was at...
Since my last to you , the Directors of the Rivanna company have changed their minds, and instead...
I am just on the wing to Bedford to which place my affairs call me suddenly. I have therefore...
I may perhaps consult too much my own wishes public & personal, and too little a proper estimate...
I have recd. your letter of the 23d. and learn with much pleasure that you are not disinclined to...
I have the pleasure this moment of receiving yours of the 29th. inst: I am particularly glad to...
Altho’ I have expressed a hope that you would leave Richmond before a Commission of Secretary of...
Your favor on your departure from Richmond came to hand in due time. altho’ I may not have been...
I inclose a letter from a M r John Dortic , who being bound to France shortly and to return...
I have received, Letters from my Family at St. Petersbourg, at two Several Times, under the Seal...
I just find by the letters from W. that you had at length been liberated from your detention...
I snatch the opportunity by the bearer of yours of this date, to send to the Ct. House for the...
Among the papers herewith inclosed are letters from the Govt. at Santa fee, and among these one...
I ascribe to the heat of the weather my not having yet had the pleasure of your promised visit....
Mr. Hamilton from the John Adams reached me yesterday. He reposes to day, and will be with you...
I have just recd. your favor of this date. I need not express the perfect confidence I feel in...
I thank you for The Copy of The Presidents Message, and for the Volume of Documents. They do...
I thank you for your letter of the 6 th . it is a proof of your friendship, and of the sincere...
It has so happened that the above &c did not come to my knowledge till the arrival of the bearer....
I have just recd. a letter from Genl Floyd (which I enclose for your perusal) giving an account...
I have the honour of your Letter of the 27 Ap. accompanied with one from St Petersbourg, for...
With this letter I put into the post office a very large pa cket containing all the papers...
1 June 1812, Washington. “I have invented a new method of constructing and throwing a Bomb Shell...
I shall always be happy when your own or mrs Monroe’s convenience will permit us to see you here;...
The letter from Acheson, should be known in some of its contents. I inclose it to you for reasons...
I recd. yours of the 2d. inst: last night. Your observations on the policy called for by the...
I recd. last evening your favor of the 4th: with a subsequent note covering a letter from Mr....
I have recd. yours of the 6th. I am sorry to find that Pike confides so little in our prospects....
I have this moment recd. yours of the 8th. & 9th. A failure in the mail, occasioned the recet. of...
Not a word from abroad, or the West, since you left us. Dearborn has still one eye on Montreal,...
Still without authentic information from Abroad. The Halifax papers expect Adml. Warren with a...
The strange jumble of names, places, & titles on the inclosed letter seemed to authorise me to...
Does History or Experience, afford an Example, of Such a Phenomenon, as this, now exhibited to...
21 January 1813, New York. “Several persons, neutral foreigners, as well as Americans, whose...
I have the honor to enclose herewith a duplicate of my letter of the 25th. Inst: together with...
30 January 1813, Washington. Seeks an appointment as agent for the exchange of prisoners of war...
I thank you for your favour of the 15th, and the able Report of the Committee of foreign...
My Several communications by Doctor Stevens were under dates of the 25th. to the 30th. January...
In my last I promised to advise you of the result of the Voninteer Expedition from East Tennessee...
By an indirect occasion to Natches I have the honor to inform you that an express has just...
There never was a Government upon earth, so much imposed upon as ours is at present, by some of...
M r Poindexter with his respects to M r monroe asks the favor of him to convey the Guinea grass...
Knowing it an indispensable duty I owe, our beloved Cuntry at this momentous period, (and equally...
The views with which the U.S. entered into the war, necessarily dispose them to a just peace. The...
upon the 23d of Feb’ry mr Adams addrest a Letter to you, and inclosed a private Letter from my...
I have in common with many other Inhabitants, felt some uneasiness at the defenceless situation...
Your favour of the 10th. of this month has laid me under very great Obligations to you. No...