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Whether the dispatches enclosed with this note, fall first into the hands of Mr Pinckney, or Mr...
The public papers giving us reason to believe that the war is becoming nearly general in Europe,...
My last letters to you have been of the 13th. and 20th. of Nov. since which I have recieved yours...
Since my Letter of April 26th. yours have been received of March 12. 12. 13. 13. and 19. Before...
[ Treasury Department, December 9, 1794. “… Be assured that in this and in every thing which...
In my letter of Aug. 20 . I inclosed you the 1st. of John Wilcocks’ bill on Messrs. Edwd....
The bearer hereof Mr. Robert Leslie, a watchmaker of this city, goes to establish himself in...
Since I was favourd by Your reply to my Communications from Birmingham relative to the coinage of...
The George Barclay has fallen down the river before I had notice she was about to sail: I have...
The U.S. being now about to establish a Mint, it becomes necessary to ask your assistance in...
Your favors of Nov. 29. 30. 30. and Dec. 1. came duly to hand and gave sincere pleasure by...
The present will be delivered you by Mr. Greene, whose demand on the justice of the British...
I take the liberty of troubling you to forward the inclosed letters to Mr. Cathalan and Fenwick;...
The mission of a Minister Plenipotentiary to the court of London being now to take place, the...
The death of Mr. Barclay having rendered it necessary to appoint some other person to proceed to...
I wrote you last on the 7th. of May, since which I have received yours of Mar. 12. Apr. 5. 6. 6....
I took the liberty, some short time ago, of putting under cover to you some packets containing...
The bearer hereof Dr. Edwards, a citizen of the US. proposing to visit London, I take the liberty...
Notwithstanding Mr Lear is already known to you, I cannot suffer him to depart without this...
Th: Jefferson takes the liberty of presenting Mr. Pinkney the bearer hereof Alexander Donald esq....
Mr. John Carey having had permission to copy and publish such parts as might be interesting to...
Your favor of Aug. 7. came to hand on the 6th. inst. and gave me the first certain information of...
My last letters to you were of the 11th. and 14th. of Sep. since which I have received yours of...
To my letters of the 20th of February and 5th of March, I beg leave to refer you for the...
Your letter of the 10th of October from Madrid, has been duly received. With regret, I read the...
The ship New Pigou still remaining in port, gives me an opportunity of acknoleging the receipt of...
Th: Jefferson begs leave to trouble Mr. Pinckney with the following commissions. Faden, map maker...
I wrote you on the 30th. of December, and again a short Letter on the 1st. of January, since...
Since my letters of the 15th. 16th. and 20th. of Mar. which go by Capt. Cutting I have received...
You would oblige me by giving the letter & Roll herewith sent for Mr Young a safe, and as speedy...
My last letters to you were of the 13. and 26th. of June, since which I have received yours of...
The letter I have addressed to Admiral Jones, of which you have had the perusal, has informed you...
My last letters to you have been of the 7th. of May and 4th. inst. Since the last date yours of...
Inclosed is a packet for Mr. Short which I beg you to forward. I leave it open for your perusal...
[ Philadelphia, January 21, 1794. On January 21, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Otho H. Williams and...
Your letter of the 21st of October by duplicates (the Original lost) has recently come to hand. I...
(Private) Dear Sir, Philadelphia Jany 16th 1792 I do myself the pleasure to acknowledge the...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his compliments to Mr Pinckney and takes the liberty of...
It has been determined to import from Europe as expeditiously as may be, Twenty Anchors for the...
The President set out yesterday for Virginia, and I shall follow him tomorrow, and shall not...
The Secretary of State will have informed you of a Remittance lately made to you by the Treasurer...
Your letters of May 11. and 15. June 14. and 20. are recieved. My last to you have been of Aug....
We have received through a channel, which cannot be considered as authentic, the copy of a paper...
I have directed the Treasurer to remit you a bill on our Commissioners at Amsterdam drawn in your...
The bearer hereof Mr. Marshal, a gentleman of Virginia, proposing to visit England on his affairs...
Treasury Department, August 31, 1792. Encloses “a letter for our Commissioners at Amsterdam, one...
I take the liberty of putting under your cover two letters, the one for Mrs. Church, the other...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his compliments to the Minister Plenipotentiary of the...
You will perceive by the enclosed affidavits that an act of piracy has been committed by a...
I am to acknowledge the receipt of your favor of the second of March 1794 enclosing the Register...