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It is with much pleasure that I am able to furnish you with a statement of the number of officers...
Mr Adams in a letter of 7 Aug: at New York, safe arrived & well, mentions his having received the...
The Undersigned, Chargé D’Affaires of the United States of America, presents his most Respectful...
I am so frequently importuned for particular information respecting the United States, which is...
The last letter of only two I have from Mr Adams is of 8 Octr. at Washington, he took upon him...
Mr. J. Adams Smith Chargé d’affaires of the United States of America presents his Compliments to...
Mr J. Adams Smith presents his compliments to Mr. Planta, to ask the favour of him, that a...
An Anonymous writer has commenced his communications with me & I received his first letter on...
Mr Smith regrets that he cannot be with Mr Bentham to day. I have written the letter to my friend...
On the 14th instant the day of the meeting of Parliament we dined with the Chancellor of the...
Mr William Davis Robinson has been some weeks in London, and is about departing for the United...
Plots & counterplots spring up like mushrooms in all directions, we shall hear enough of them,...
I have read with infinite satisfaction, your observations on the restrictive & prohibitory...
I pray you to accept my best thanks for the tracts you have sent me. There is something in the...
I enclose the Amended Constitution of the State of New York which if you have not before received...
I beg leave to enclose you the letter for Mr Laurence from Mr Rush to Mr Appleton at Rio—I would...
I beg to enclose you the letter, for Mr Laurence, to Mr Appleton at Rio Janeiro—hoping still to...
I will be with you, at the potatoes & water, on Thursday at the Hermitage table— Yours very...
Our Consul Hunter would gladly join in the repast of potatoes & water to which your kind note...