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Letter not found. 16 July 1810. Acknowledged in Monroe to JM, 25 July 1810 . Concerns the...
It will be proper to take the steps suggested by Mr. Joy for obtaining further information. My...
Mr. De Neuville arrived here on Saturday and sets out this morning on his return. I inclose his...
It is presumed that Dr. Judson is sufficiently respectable to be commended for his benevolent &...
There is much force in the reasons given herein for an appt. of a Successor to Genl. Smith, which...
The boundaries between the Indian tribes are very uncertain in themselves, and difficult to be...
I have just recd. yours of the 26. and return the projected answer to Adml. Cochrane, with a few...
The views with which the U.S. entered into the war, necessarily dispose them to a just peace. The...
Yours of the 21st. is just recd. I am sorry to learn that your health continues to fluctuate, as...
I ascribe to the heat of the weather my not having yet had the pleasure of your promised visit....
I have received from Mr. Graham the Communications to you from Algiers, which being copies I do...
Still without authentic information from Abroad. The Halifax papers expect Adml. Warren with a...
On perusing your letters to Mr. De Neuville, and Mr. Gallatin, some ideas occurred which induced...
I have yours of the 12th. intended for the 11th. inst. I have no map by which I can judge of the...
I have recd yours covering the letters to Mr. Changuion & Genl. P. My hint as to the pecuniary...
I this moment receive your favor of the 30th. It gives me much pleasure, that you have so soon...
I have just recd. your favor of this date. I need not express the perfect confidence I feel in...
I have recd. yours of the 23d. I inclose another respectable application for the place held by...
I have recd. yours of the 18th. by Mr. Mercer and have weighed as well as I could the pros & cons...
I recd yours of 11 P.M. about 20 minutes ago. You will hear from Genl. A. or myself by other...
I return the Petition of Getz, which being without other proof than his own oath, might justly...
I inclose for your perusal 2 letters from Mr. Jefferson. I apprehend that his idea of recoining...
J. Madison requests a consultation with the Heads of Dept. on Tuesday next at Eleven OClock. June...
I recd. yesterday the 2 letters from Onis herewith returned, and today copies of the papers...
I have just recd. yours of the 24th. Mr. Coles leaves me this moment on his way to Washington....
Is not Mr. Neilson’s request within the opinion of Mr. Rush agst the departure of American...
I just find by the letters from W. that you had at length been liberated from your detention...
I omitted in mine of yesterday to advert to the remark in yours relating to Genl. Ripley. If he...
I return the letter from Mr. Wirt, and the letter & paper from Mr. Mitchell. You cannot do better...
Another Mail has arrived without a word from or of Mr. C. I inclose a letter from J.P.T. which...