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My friends have advised me to offer myself a candidate for the office of Marshall or Sheriff of...
The petition of Wm Davis, of Boston, humbly sheweth that, whereas, since the Year 1776, yr...
To His Excellency George Washington Esqr. President of the united States of America, the...
Having been lately introduced to your Excellency’s person, my constraint in making this...
It is humbly represented to your Excellency by William Dawson who in the Year 1774 acted as...
You will please to remember that I was manager for Colo. George Mercer on his Estate in Frederick...
I take the liberty of introducing to the knowledge and notice of your Excellency, my son, who...
I am informed that the bill providing for the organization of the Judiciary department is now on...
Letter not found: from Jonathan Dayton, 22 June 1790. Letter listed in American Clipper, January...
Having delivered to the Secretary of the Treasury, pursuant to the 2nd Section of the Act of...
The House of Representatives have attended to your communication respecting the state of our...
I have been informed that the bill for funding the Continental debt which has passed the House of...
Upon the Rect of your Letter of the 1st of this Inst. I examined into the Trespass on your part...
I am Sorry I was from home when you called to See your Land—Since my return I have wrote twice to...
I now Inclose you a draught of the Lands you viewed about this place, with the Offers the...
We now enclose you our Valuation of Mrs Sophia Mercers part of Woodstock Manor⟨,⟩ which we should...
I have Just receved a letter from Mr Benja. Jones, he Writes me your Part of the Rents of...
I have receved from Mr Jones—7143 lb. Neat Tobo in Seven Hhds, in part of your Rents due for...
The Peggy Captain Lunt has Just Arrived, and has brought a Number of Fruit tree’s for you, which...
Immediately after we had the honor of seeing you on your way to Philadelphia, we sent up to Jacob...
Letter not found: from William Deakins, Jr., and Benjamin Stoddert, 9 Feb. 1791. In a letter to...
I saw my Brother a few days ago & he tells me he will have the Platts for the Situation’s above...
Mr Hugh Thompson of Baltimore who Married Miss Sprigg has purchased Doctr Stewarts Part of...
Knowing it will give You pleasure to hear of any thing favorable to the Navigation to the Pot: I...
Your much Esteem’d favor of the 13th Instant (Covering a Letter for my Brother & Mr Jones) came...
The bearer Colo. John Lynn wishes an Appointment to some Office in the Western territory, he has...
Mr Craigh left Town the day after you were here, which prevented my Making the Necessary Enquiry...
I am very uneasy respecting the funds of the City, The Commissioners by this days post will...
I find some of the City Proprietors, have or Intend to remonstrate to you the Necessity of the...
I have received your much Esteem’d favor of the 14th Instant with a letter for my Brother which...
Letter not found: from William Deakins, Jr., and Benjamin Stoddert, 11 Feb. 1791. In a letter to...
At the Earnest solicitation of Captain Benja. Ellingwood, I am Induced to take the Liberty to...
Letter not found: from William Deakins, Jr., and Benjamin Stoddert, 11 Mar. 1791. In his letter...
The day after you left this place We employed a Surveyor to lay down our Situations, but it has...
Altho no man can more sincerely rejoice on your once more receiving The highest honors, in the...
It having been suggested that doubts had arisen respecting the propriety of appointing a person...
I find myself honored with a Letter from Mr Randolph inclosing an appointment for me, as Consul...
It is after five Month of trouble and Molestation, under the Bolt of a Prison (that I merit Not),...
The death of General Williams, Collector of this port, I presume has been anounced to your...
I have taken the liberty of soliciting the appointment of Surveyor of the port of Baltimore,...
The Remonstrance of the Democratic Society of the County of Washington, in Pennsylvania,...
Having been always engaged in the Service of my Country during the Late war, particularly in the...
In order to remove any Objections, to the subscribers Acct of Compe⟨n⟩sation for services renderd...
I should not at this time entrude on that indulgence which I presume you will extend to me, only...
By the Death of General Williams the office of Collector at Baltimore is become vacant, and as...
I am favor’d with a letter from the Comptroller of the United States, dated the 28th ulto...
Permit me Sir thro the recommendation transmitted by Governor Howard, to Solicit your Excellency...
I find on packing up my papers, one wch I had Intended for your use—Permit me now to enclose it....
Understanding that you will leave the City tomorrow, I take the liberty of repeating to you what...
The law, establishing this office, having placed it more immediately under your guidance, I deem...