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Th: Jefferson salutes mr Bowdoin with great esteem & respect, and now incloses him copies of the...
I recieved the favor of your letter written soon after your arrival, a little before I left...
Information has been received thro’ a channel justly claiming attention, that the people of West...
Since the event which led to the late Proclamation of the President, inclosed in the letter to...
The enclosed copy of a Proclamation of the President will inform you of a late extraordinary...
I wrote you on the 10th. of July 06. but, supposing from your not acknoleging the reciept of the...
Your letter of Decr. 2d. came duly to hand. All of prior date, as appears by their successive...
I wrote you on the 10th. of July last, but neither your letter of Oct. 20. nor that of Nov. 15....
The inclosed copy of a letter to Mr Ervine, accompanying a statement of the case of the Marquis...
I enclose a Copy of the Act of Congress for suspending the prohibition to import certain British...
I wrote you a long letter on the 10th. inst. since which your favor of May 20. has come to hand....
I believe that when you left America the invention of the Polygraph had not yet reached Boston....
On the supposition that by the time this reaches you the negotiations prescribed in my letter of...
I have received successively your letters bearing date from the 18 of June to the 31st. of July....
I have duly received from time to time your several letters bearing dates 3 July 10 & 15 Augt. 10...
Mr. James Barry, of this City, who has a Claim to a considerable Amount upon the Spanish...
Your favor of Mar. 25. has been duly recd. I regret that the state of your health renders a visit...
Having before received your Commission, you will herewith receive a letter of credence as...
On receiving your letter of Mar. 26 I thought proper to forward it to the President at his Seat...
Your letter of the 28th. of Feby. has been duly received. The continuance of your infirm health...
I have recd. & laid before the President your letter of the 4th. inst. He acquiesces in the...
Your favor of the 19th. inst: has been duly recd. It gives me pleasure to find that you have...
The President of the United States being desirous of availing the public of your services as...
I recollect with great satisfaction the acquaintance I had the honour of having with your most...
Since my arrival in this place I have been honored with your letters of the 18th of Feby and 24th...
I do myself the Honour to inclose to your Excellency as President of the Accademy of Arts and...
I have at present only time to inform your Excellency that I have communicated to my Lord...
I have the Honor of transmitting to your Ex y herewith enclosed an Extract of a Letter of the 15...
The inclosed Letter of Sept. 9. from D r. Jon. Dryander to me, accompanied the Packet which I...
I have lately written to Congress, An Account of the Sentiments and Conduct of the Lords of the...