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You will be so good, as to let it be understood between us, that the mention, which some time ago...
The letter, which Mr. Adams delivered to me from you, was truly acceptable, as well from its...
I do myself the honor of transmitting to the Senate the translation of a French letter; the...
The Secretary of State does himself the honor of requesting the favor of an acknowledgment that...
I do myself the honor of transmitting to the Senate, the translation of the French act of...
E. Randolph presents his best respects to Mr. Adams and informs him, that Mr. Short’s nomination...
Your friendly answer to the letter, which I took the liberty of addressing to you in favor of...
I am extremely unwilling, that the department of state should become the vehicle of letters to...
Mr Randolph presents his respectful Compliments to the vice president of the United States, and...
As soon as I received the resolution of the Senate, requiring an abstract to be made of the cases...
I could not resist the impulse of my long affection for Geneva, to postpone for a moment the...
I have the honor of returning to you the letter of Mr. J. Q. Adams. It is one among the many...
I now do myself the honor of transmitting to the senate, the abstract of vexations and...
I am instructed by the President of the United States to ask information from the Treasurer of...
The Secretary of State begs the favor of the opinion of the Secretaries of the Treasury and of...
I had a personal interview with Mr. Fauchet yesterday; and endeavoured to satisfy him of the...
The Secretary of State has it in charge from the President of the United States, to request the...
The Secretary of State has the honor of informing the Secretaries of the Treasury and of war and...
The Secretary of State has the honor of informing the Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary of...
The President wishes your opinion, as to the step, proper to be taken, upon the inclosed address....
The Secretary of State has the honor of inclosing for the consideration of the Secretaries of the...
The Secretary of State has the honor of conveying to the Secretaries of the Treasury and of War,...
The Secretary of State has the honor of informing the Secretaries of the Treasury and of war and...
E. Randolph with respects to Mr Fauchet informs him, that he shall by the post of tomorrow take...
We have just received intelligence, that the Ship sometimes called Vanstabel, at others...
I do myself the honor of enclosing to you the determination of the President of the United...
I do myself the honor of informing you that the French Ship L’Orient of Bengal now lying in the...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter, giving information of the dismission of the...
The attorney-general of the United States does himself the honor of replying to the questions,...
E. Randolph, with compliments to Coll. Hamilton, incloses to him a letter from Mr. Hammond...
The Secretary of State has the honor of informing the Secretary of the Treasury, that the...
The Secretary of State begs the favor of the Secretary of the Treasury to order a warrant to be...
On my return home, I found your letter of the 6th. instant. My answer is short; being no more,...
Department of State, January 3, 1795. “I beg leave to lay before you a letter of the 25th. ultimo...
Philadelphia, April 24, 1794. “Concurring, as I do, with you, that the treaty between the United...
When I renewed the note for your friendly favor, just before your departure for the Westward, I...
[ Philadelphia ] June 23, 1794 . “E. Randolph presents his compliments to Col. Hamilton, and...
Philadelphia, April 18, 1794. “The contingent account of the Department of State, from the last...
I do myself the honor of answering your letter of the 2d. instant upon the subject of the North...
Philadelphia, February 7, 1794. Encloses “the Bond of Henry Cooper, as Consul at St. Croix.”...
The director of the Mint is now with me, and has undertaken to endeavour to procure a proper...
I expected to have the pleasure of seeing you here at the supreme court; when I meant to Enter...
[ Philadelphia ] July 23, 1794 . Encloses “the Bond given according to law by John Murray &...
Philadelphia, June 28, 1794. “I have this moment received your note of this day, upon the subject...
I am much obliged to you for your explanatory letter to myself, and your permission for my...
Philadelphia, July 5, 1794. “E. Randolph begs the favor of Col. Hamilton to say to him, in answer...
Philadelphia, May 1, 1794. Encloses “the petition of certain Exiles from St. Domingo … for a...
The Secretary of State has the honor of returning to the Secretary of the Treasury the letter...
Some time ago I mentioned to the President the necessity of attending to the act, granting a...
I informed the President, that you were of opinion, that the public service would not be at all...