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Your favor of May 16. came duly to hand. I had before heard of the accident which had happened to...
Your letter of Aug. 31. dated so soon after your departure gave me hopes that the sufferings at...
Your favor of the 8 th came to hand yesterday evening. I hope you will never suppose your letters...
The negociation with mr Stuart has given you much more trouble than I had expected, and more than...
Your favor of Jan. 20. is just now recieved on the subject of mr Stewart and my portrait. he must...
I recieved yesterday your favor of June 24. and am very sensible of the interest you so kindly...
I never saw till lately the IX th vol. of Wilson ’s Ornithology. to this a life of the Author is...
I duly re cieved, on my late return to this place your acceptable favor of Apr. 22.    in looking...
I am obliged to borrow a hand to thank you for your favour of March 11th. and for introducing to...
I ask the favor of you when at Boston to engage for me fourteen tons of plaister of Paris to be...
I have recieved your favor of Feb. 27. with very great pleasure, and sincerely reciprocate...
Being desirous of obtaining for the Department of War, services which I thought you could render...
Yours of the 6th. came duly to hand. A letter about the same time was recd. by the Dept. of War,...
I present to you mr Rives , the bearer of this, an eleve of mine in law and politics. he is able,...
I have recd yours of the 24. July. As my esteem and regard have undergone no change, I wish you...
Your two favors of Decr have lain long without acknowledgment. For some after they came to hand I...
I have recd. your favor of Sepr. 30. I am glad to find that you have succeeded in producing such...
The last of your favors which I have to acknowlege is that of the 3d. Ult: from Boston. I am glad...
The inclosed letter will explain to you it’s object, which I have thought would go safest to...
I have just recd. from the Senate their concurrence (23 to 9 votes) in your nomination as a Majr....
Congress have just passed the act adding twenty odd thousand troops to the Military...
I write from a place which I visit occasionally, near the New London of this state, 90. miles...
I had the pleasure of duly receiving yours of the 8th. inclosing a Copy of your son’s oration. In...
Your favor of May 31. was duly recieved, and I join in congratulations with you on the...
I have recd. your favor of the 30th. Ult: accompanied by the Discourse of one of your D. D’s....
In undertaking to give you an account of the Manafactories in this neighbourhood I am...
I received, but yesterday your Letter of the 30th of August. Convinced of the Wisdom and Sound...
I have recd. your favor of the 7th. Tonningen being included in the Consulate of Mr. Forbes who...
The bearer of this is mr Thomas M. Randolph half brother of my son in law of that name whom you...
I have been favored with yours of the 1st. instant. We have seen nothing yet which sufficiently...
So entirely are my habits changed from constant labour at my writing table, to constant & active...
Mr. Gallatin having requested that letters might be written to the Governors for militia aid to...
I suppose that in answering Govr. Drayton we should compliment his ardor, & smooth over our...
I have read with pleasure the letter of Capt Davidson by which, according to unanimous resolves...
Will you be so good as to consider the inclosed answer to the Little Turtle, & suggest any...
I have prepared the two principal answers to the Indians, & pray you to read them attentively &...
I shall be ready to recieve any of the Indians tomorrow. I send you a sketch of the answer I...
I inclose you a charge by mr Hanson against Capt Smith & Lieutenants Davis & Dobbins of the...
Th: Jefferson requests the favor of Genl: & Mrs. Dearborn & Mr. Wingate to dine with him on...
Extract of a letter from Mr. John Sibley dated Natchitoches Octr. 12. 1808. Every thing in this...
The inclosed papers were recd. at Monticello, a little before I left it & were put by to be...
Genl. Dearborne be so good as to read the inclosed and decide on what is best, returning the...
I inclose for your consideration several applications for military commissions. the...
Yours of Aug. 18. is this moment recieved, & I forward you a letter of July 16. from Govr. Lewis...
Yours of Aug. 15. was recieved yesterday. I regret extremely that the estimate of the blocks at...
In my letter of yesterday I omitted to inclose that of Hern, which I now do. I add to it a...
In my letter of the 15th. I informed you that I had authorised Govr. Tompkins to order out such...
I inclose you a letter of July 1. from Govr. Lewis recieved from the war office by the last post....
I inclose you letters from McLure & Keteltas, asking military appointment, also one recieved from...
Yours of July 27. has been recieved. I now inclose you the letters of Hawkins, Harrison, Wells,...