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Application having lately been made to me by Mr. Dunbar—to obtain from the Marquis of Casa Calvo,...
In a former Letter, I mentioned the Opinions of certain Lawyers of Philadelphia, upon the subject...
In a letter which I had the honor to address you from Natchez, I inclosed an extract from the...
By a late mail I received from the Secretary of the Treasury a letter concerning the Bank...
I have only time by this days mail, to acknowledge the Receipt of your agreeable favors of the...
Permit me the honor of introducing to your acquaintance, Mr. Joshua Lewis—one of the Land...
I have received your favours of the 10th. and 14th. of March, and am indeed happy to find that...
Edward Livingston sailed two days since in a vessel bound to Philadelphia , & from whence he...
I am now on my excursion to the Several Counties, and hope to accomplish my Journey in a short...
My Administration here, from the time of my Arrival in Louisiana, to the close of the late...
My friend mr. Ribelt who returns to the United States under an apprehension that he has met with...
Before my departure from this Post, I cannot deny myself the pleasure of addressing to you a...
I now inclose you a copy of the correspondence which prece’ded the meeting between Mr. Clark &...
My feelings have led me to an act which I fear may subject me to your censure. I was engaged on...
My letters to the Secretaries of State and War have acquainted you with the state of things in...
Since my letter of the 5th. Instant advising you of the death of my esteemed friend J. W. Gurley,...
  I have the honor to introduce to your acquaintance, Major Fortier, an Inhabitant of this City,...
On this day at 7 O’clock, I sat out from Mr. Fortiers, and arrived at noon, at the house of Mr....
I have forwarded you by the Ship Fame bound to Baltimore, a small Box containing a few Fossils...
Since the 12th. Ultimo Messrs. Poidrass Morgan and Watkins have been attending in the City with a...
Since my last letter to you, I have greatly recovered my health, and I have the pleasure to add,...
Mr. Clark has arrived, and every exertion is making to induce him, to take a violent part against...
I am honored with the receipt of your interesting letter of the 27. of April. The arrangement of...
Captain Cammack of the Marine Corps being order’ed to the City of Washington, I cannot avoid...
I persuade myself that my letters of the 12th and 24th of August, have reached you in safety. I...
At the request of Mr. Julian Poidrass and of Mr. Pierre Derminon, Judge of the Parish of Point...
At the particular request of Peter Pedisclaux, a Recorder of Mortgages, and a Notary public in...
A few days since, I visited the settlement of Terre-au-Boeuf, so called from a Creek or Bayou on...
I have the honor to enclose you, an address from the House of Representatives of the Mississippi...
I have the pleasure to announce the arrival of Judge Hall; he reached this City three days ago;...