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Mr. Green and Mullin will republish the Citizen and I observe the 1st. Number in Greens last...
I hope you will pardon the liberty I now take in begging your attention to the inclosd. power...
Mr. Jefferson left this yesterday morning before the arrival of the Stage so that your letter to...
I conclude Mr. Jefferson has gone forward the upper road as he has not yet passed through this...
Previous to Colo. Monroe’s departure for Europe he transmitted to me papers and documents...
Being longer detained in Albemarle than I expected I did not arrive here untill the last evening,...
On the 11th instant I delivered to Samuel Bloodworth, son of the Senator, a letter to Mr....
I recommend to you personally & to the Delegates from your state in general, the cause of Mrs. De...
I have taken the liberty of enclosing to you a power of attorney to draw from the Treasury of the...
By the last mail from this place I acknowledged the rect. of your favors to the 16th. last month...
It has been thought Necessary to Secure to Sir John Johnson the two Thousand acres of land I have...
The north wall of your house, in which I live has been built so bad, that every rain penetrates,...
Your’s of the 15th. came to hand yesterday. I am very thankful for the discretion you have...
Letter not found. 30 January 1797. Acknowledged in JM to James Madison, Sr., 13 Feb. 1797 ....
Your’s of the 15th. came to hand yesterday. I am very thankful for the discretion you have...
After my return from Loudoun I came to this place, where I last post received your several favors...
I have occasion to send a commission to Williamsburg Virginia for the examination of a witness...
Yours of the 8th. came to hand yesterday. I was not aware of any necessity of going on to...
Yours of the 8th. came to hand yesterday. I was not aware of any necessity of going on to...
Your esteemed favor of the 15th: is at hand Covering a Bank note of Fifty Dollars for Mrs. Payne,...
Before I left France Mr: Skipwith prepared the inclosed Papers —for you, & wished very much they...
It may be matter of surprize to you to receive a letter from a person whose name you, probably,...
The usual accidents of the winter, ice, floods, rains, have prevented the Orange post from coming...
Letter not found. 16 January 1797. Referred to in JM to James Madison, Sr., 5 Feb. 1797 ....
The usual accidents of the winter, ice, floods, rains, have prevented the Orange post from coming...
It is a long time since I had the pleasure of writing to you, and as the Subject of this Letter...
Being prevented by excessive hurry of Business at the office, from waiting on you in person, I...
Yours of Dec. 25. is safely recieved. I much fear the issue of the present dispositions of France...
I recd. the other day yours of the 16th ult. inclosing a part of paines letter to the president...
I recd. notice of my recall in Novr., Mr. Pinckney arrived here in decr. & I took my leave of...