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I recieved yesterday your favor of the 18th. and called to-day on Mr. Hammond. He said he could...
Your favor of Aug. 29 . was brought to me in the country yesterday. I immediately sent to town by...
The Post of Friday last brought me your dispatches of the 26th Ulto, with the Papers therein...
In reply to your statement of the case of the Cadets, in the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers;...
Let this letter be received with the same friendship and frankness, with which it is written,...
The enclosed letter from Mr Landais, transmitting one from you to him, was received by the last...
Mr. Morris, our Minister at Paris, has recommended to me a Madame de la Mariniere, whom the...
Your letter of the 27th Ulto by Post, with its enclosures (the originals of which, I return) came...
I have not segacity enough to discover what end was to be answered by reporting—first, that I was...
Having sent your letters to Mr. Short with a desire that he will, as far as is right, patronize...
I have been favored with your letter of the 11th of this month, and thank you very cordially for...
[ New York, January 19, 1796. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] ALS , sold...
By The President’s order B. Dandridge respectfully transmits to The Secretary of War the enclosed...
The enclosed letter presents a serious—perhaps a just view of the subject which has been under...
The letters, with their enclosures from Genl Wilkenson, shew in an additional strong point of...
(Private) Dear Sir, Mount Vernon Augt 13th 1792. Your letter of the 17th of July came duly to...
Your letter of the 6th instant, with copies of other letters to the Secretaries of State, and...
As I propose to enter upon my journey to Philadelphia tomorrow; this letter only serves to cover...
(Confidential) Dear Sir, New York Novr 30th 1789. I have received your letter of the 14th...
(Private) Dear Sir, Mount Vernon Augt 31st 1792 The characters given of Messrs Smith &...
Your letter of the 3d instant, with the information of our possession of Fort Ontario (lately...
By the Presidents order B. Dandridge respectfully transmits the enclosed papers to The Secy of...
(Private) Dear Sir, Mount Vernon Septr 21st [1792]. Fearing some accident may have prevented my...
[ Philadelphia, September 23, 1792. On September 30, 1792, McHenry wrote to Hamilton : “I...
If it is not too late for Fenno’s Paper of this Afternoon, an extract from Chapins letter,...
Your letter of the 14th came duly to hand. On the contents of the enclosure, I shall make no...
[ Philadelphia, April 26, 1791. On May 3, 1791, McHenry wrote to Hamilton : “I did not receive...
Your letter of the 18th instant with its enclosures, came to hand by the last Mail. Such of the...
Your letters of the 21st & 24th instant have been duly received. The last, in time on tuesday, to...
Let me entreat you to attend early this morning to a fit character as a Comr to attend the...
Your letter of the 15 of October came duly to hand and an answer has only be[en] delayed through...
(Private) Dear Sir, Philadelphia 8th April 1794 Your private letters of the 31st of March & 3d...
It is a good while My Dear Mac since I have either written to or received a line from you. I...
Colo. Hawkins is now here, on his way to Philadelphia, & proposes to proceed in the Stage of...
The purport of your private letter, of the 7th instant (that part of it I mean, which relates to...
I am told the Executive Directory have complained of Mr. Parish our Consul at Hamburgh. Perhaps...
I have considered the articles of War & rather think the case is not provided for by them. I...
I have read all the letters of General Wayne, and their enclosures; as I have also done those of...
This letter will be presented to you by Mr Dandridge, who has rejoined my family and proceeds to...
An extraordinary press of business ever since the meeting of Congress has obliged me to suspend...
Having but this moment returned from a Ride, I could not hand the enclosed to you sooner. As an...
Your letters of the 10th, 12th and 13th instant, with their enclosures, came all by the last Mail...
[ Philadelphia, 31 July 1791 . “Will Dr. McHenry do Thomas Jefferson the favour to make one of a...
I shall have occasion to write to Mr Lear by tomorrow’s Post, and would thank you to let me know...
Having written a great many letters for this day’s Post; and being a good deal fatigued thereby...
Take my ideas and weigh them of a proper course of conduct for our administration in the present...
The originals and drafts of letters, enclosed in yours of the 8th instt are herewith returned....
By the Post, rather than by the Express, you will receive my Official letter, and its Enclosures....
Your letters of the 14th & 15th instant have been received, but not in time, to have been...
Letter not found: to James McHenry, 1 July 1795. A purported ALS was offered for sale by...