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On the receipt of your letter of the 8th. you were nominated to the Senate as Successor to Mr....
Your favor of Aug. 19. came duly to hand, and I tender my thanks for it. I have very little to...
The bearers hereof, mr Alexander M c Rae , & Major John Cla rke proposing to go to Great Britain...
I have recd. your letter conveying a resignation of the important office held by you. As the Bill...
Mr. Rodney having retired from the Office of Attorney General of the U. S. I am desirous of...
I have duly recd. your favors of Jany. 16. & 23d. with the inclosures. The letters from the Dept....
The Bearer Mr. McRae, heretofore Lieutenant Governor of Virginia is represented to me as about to...
Your letter of Aug. 13. was duly recd. Its observations on the letter & conduct of Ld. Wellesley,...
My last was inclosed in the dispatches which, in consequence of a failure in reaching the British...
You will learn from the Department of State, as you must have anticipated, our surprise that the...
You will learn by the communications from the Dept. of State, that the discussions of Congs. on...
By the frigate L’Africaine I transmitted to you copies of my letters to Mr Jackson bearing date...
I again trouble you with letters from mr Bradbury to his friends in England . he is a botanist &...
I received some days ago a letter of the 10th inst. from Doctor Logan, containing observations on...