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In payment of the compensation allowed you, the Secretary of the Treasury gave me a dft on...
I have recd. your several letters of the 5. 7. 8. & 11th. Your statement in the case of Mr....
I rcd. from Mr. Graham during your trip to Loudon the inclosed letter from Mr. Bagot. The subject...
I have just received your favor of the 10th. inst: Altho’ I hope the return of your health will...
In consequence of the death of our respected friend and fellow citizen Genl. John Smith, late...
I understand that Mr. Dill is an applicant for the office of Marshal of this district, which is...
As the enclosed Letters from Mr Wirt and Mr Mitchell relate to a subject of some delicasy and...
In my Communication of the 22d. Ultimo requesting the restoration of sundry Letters transmitted...
As it is the request of Capt. Hamilton, I forward to you the enclosed Letters. Capt. Hamilton is...
Charges and Disbursements on 1. Package sundry Goods, marked and numbered as in the Margin,...
I had before observed, in the newspapers, some account of the affair of which Judge Tucker’s...
This morning I received a letter from Mr. McKee Esqr. agent &c, informing me that he had Received...
You have sometimes thought my political ramblings worth the time and trouble of reading. I...
D r S To His Excellency D r S r as I am not Able to Come Such a distance my self to Look after my...
The distinguished proof of your esteem, with which you favoured and gratified me, when you...
I had the honour of writing to you , on the 12th Instant, inclosing the invoice of your Books,...
In a letter from one of our family in Philadelphia, I am given to understand, that Mr Dellaplaine...
The Office of Marshal of the Southern dist rict of New York having become vacant, by the much...
As Mr. Monroe has not yet returned from Loudoun, and may not be here today as it is raining, I...
The enclosed letter from Captain Samuel Perkins who for many years acted in the Quarter Master...
Herewith are the papers recd. from Mr. Hughs. He seems to have been no wise sparing of diplomatic...
I thank you for Maine ’s recipe for preparing the haw, inclosed in your favor of the 4 th . I...
Uninformed of the persons particularly connected with the Botanical garden of N.Y. I hope I shall...
Absence from home has occasioned my not recieving till lately your favor of June 27. I have for...
facture des Livres remis en une caisse Cordeé et emballeé en toile grasse et Maigre; Marqueé....
Mr Tarbell informs me that he and his Lady have determined to return to the United States, and...
I have been informed that the Government intend building an observatory in this place. Though the...
Being informed that the office of Consul at Bordeaux will soon become vacant in consequence of...
Col: Lane informs me that Mr. Hassler has selected for the scite of an Observatory which will...
I recd. yesterday yours of the 5th. Having full confidence in the judgment of Mr. Hassler, I take...