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Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States of America, to James Monroe,—Greeting: Reposing...
A confidential opportunity offering by mr Baring, I can venture to write to you with less reserve...
The bearer hereof is mr Robert Carter, one of the sons of Colo. Charles Carter of Shirley, whose...
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I inclose you another letter for mr Cepede keeper of the National cabinet. I have not...
I dropped you a line on the 10th. informing you of a nomination I had made of you to the Senate,...
Know Ye, That reposing special Trust and confidence in the Integrity, Prudence and Abilities of...
The mail is closing just as the inclosed is put into my hands. tomorrow we shall write to you...
I have but a moment to inform you that the fever into which the Western mind is thrown by the...
S. T. Mason arrived here yesterday. I had immediately a conversation with him on the resignation...
On reciept of your letter of June 11. in answer to mine of June 3. I wrote to mr King our...
Commissioners of Bankruptcy. Richmond: George Hay. declined. George Tucker appointed in his place...
Reynolds , collector of York, is dead, and Wm. Carey of that place is recommended very strongly...
I should have rode to your house yesterday to speak with you on the subject of your note of the...
I now return mr Clarke’s & Shee’s letters inclosed in your’s of yesterday. mr Clarke’s object is...
I recieved lately a letter from Genl. Lawson solliciting a charity which he desired me to send...
After writing you on the 15th. I turned to my letter file to see what letters I had written to...
Your favor of the 7th. has been duly recieved. I am really mortified at the base ingratitude of...
We are waiting for your recommendation of Commissioners of bankruptcy for Norfolk. Moses Myers &...
I observe that the resolution of the legislature of Virginia , of Jan. 23. in desiring us to look...
I arrived here yesterday & shall stay here a fortnight only. on my return to Washington I shall...
Your’s of the 21st. is duly recieved. Chisolm is now engaged in running up for me 20. brick...
In a letter from Dupont de Nemours to me is the following passage. ‘Houdon a laissé en Amerique...
Will you be so good as to deliver the inclosed letters to Prince Ruspoli , to whom I should have...
I recieved last night your favor of the 8th. and I readily embrace both ideas of amendment...
The inclosed is the result of consideration & consultation between mr Madison & myself. if there...
I had not been unmindful of your letter of June 15, covering a resolution of the House of...
The bearer hereof is mr Whitney of Connecticut a mechanic of the first order of ingenuity, who...
In answer to your letter on the paiment of the guards at New-London, I beg leave to mention that...
Your favor of the 16th. came to hand yesterday, & by this day’s post I inclose you a draught on...