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Concerns of a Nature intirely private having brought me to this Country, your particular Friend &...
Give me leave Sir to bring myself to your rememberance by soliciting your notice of the reverend...
However since long time that I received your orders notwithstanding the distance of the situation...
Whenever there shall be a sufficient number of the two Houses of Congress assembled to proceed to...
We are duly favoured with Your Letter of the 27th September last which We take the Opportunity of...
I lately received a pacquet from Dr. Bancroft, containing the inclosed for you. By the date &c of...
Long before I read your Excell Defence of the Constitution &c I saw their criticism by the...
A quorum of the House of Representatives have assembled, and are ready to proceed to business....
The House of Representatives have appointed Messrs. Gilman, Ames, and Seney, a committee, on...
The House of Representatives have resolved, that two Chaplains, of different denominations, be...
I feel very sensibly the impropriety of Your Address to me in Senate yesterday. As it was a very...
The Bearer of these Letters Mr. S. T. G. Mappa, late Commander of the armed citisens in the...
I am pleased to find that the President in his late Speech to both Houses of the American...
In may . . 89—while I was Engage in supperintending some work at the Congress House Mr Ottis...
We may at length congratulate each other on well founded Expectations of a speedy Adoption of the...
From the knowledge I have formerly had of your benevolent disposition, & steady attention to the...
This will be handed to you by Mr. Francis Bailey, printer of the Freemans Journal in this city. I...
Being on a Circuit of our Superior Courts, & finding a Vessel ready to sail for New-York, I...
The House of Representatives have agreed to the appointment of a committee on their part,...
This will be delivered to you be my esteemed Friend Mr. Nathan Reed, who was a very worthy Tutor...
I wrote you some time ago, & desired Mr. Lovell, who told me he should see Mr Ames before he left...
Altho’ we differ in our Opinions About the Latin and Greek languages, and some Other matters of...
The House of Representatives do agree with the Senate in their resolution, that the business...
The House of Representatives have passed an act for giving effect to the several acts therein...
It is reported here that orders now are, or soon will be Issued for the raising two or three...
The Petition of William Brown & Jam. Hopkins with advice of the Honourable John Jay most humbly...
This comes to you with a Discourse which has been much talked of here; and which, I hope, you...
We beg leave to refer to our last respects of 8 dec: since whch time we continue without your...
I shd. not have troubled you with a Letter—but upon the peculiar instance of having received a...
I hope not, that your Excellencÿ will find me troublesome, that I soo often intrude myself upon...