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I got home on friday night, by taking my carriage to pieces & making three trips with it over...
Sonnet to M r Jefferson written in 1822 Immortal man! not only of thine own The best and...
In the Letter you did me the honor to write me of the 7th of July last, you gave me information...
The turn which the late trials for Treason &c has taken would deter me from troubleing you on...
Mr. Clarke the Son of the late General Clarke of Georgia, an old & celebrated Officer of the late...
Your last was of the 17th. inst: & covered one paper of the 12th. The weather has been very...
I have to day received of the Treasurer of the James River company £160–15—as at foot, & which I...
Agreeable to your standing order, hand herewith statements your quarterly a/c, to date, which I...
I did some time since recommend to your attention Mr B. Park as a fit person to fill the vacancy...
The Bearer Mr. Polk is a Portrait Painter & a kinsman of Mr. Peale of Philada. He visits...
All the Books at Pinellis Sale went extremely high; you have four only out of all your catalogue....
Board of Treasury, 13 Nov. 1787 . Omitted mentioning in their letter of 10 Nov. “that in a late...
Your Letter from Poplar forest reached my hands Last week, and with it i am enabled to follow...
applications have been made to me, to interfere in the internal concerns of the Indianna...
My official Letter of this date, to the Secretary at War, will inform you of the state of things...
you will no Doupt think Me posest of a Deal of asureance for adressing you but Neadcesaty has no...
I am desired by our old Acquaintance Mr. D’Ivernois to transmit you the inclosed Papers for your...
A necessary duty calls me to Washington the first of December , from which I’ve some thought to...
More than twelve months past Mr. Reibelt desired us to import some Books for him from Hamburg....
I have this day received from on Board a Barge, Several Trunks & Boxes directed to you; one Cage...
By this day’s mail, I take the liberty of forwarding you a copy of the second Edition of the...
On receipt of your fav r 5 th with inclosiers to the Sect y of the Treasury and Att y Gen l —I...
I fear that I am doing wrong by writing to you upon a subject with which I am not acquainted, but...
At the request of Richard Findleston, a half breed Cherokee, I have the honor to inform you, that...
You perhaps remember that in February last, I took the Liberty of requesting a letter from you,...
J’ai l’honneur, Monsieur, de vous prevenir que M. De Marbois Consul général à Philadelphie m’a...
Mr. Pichon with his respects incloses herewith the Passport which the President of the United...
Previous to my receiving your note of the 22d. inst: Mr. Madison had sent me a lenthy statement...
We came here to spend two or three Days, for the first time these six months, so closely have I...
As chairman of a committee appointed by the citizens of Washington to make arrangements for...