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In two former letters of June 30. and July 28. I took the liberty, on behalf of the University of...
On the 30 th of June I took the liberty of addressing to you a letter requesting your kind aid to...
Mr. Morton of my neighbourhood will pass through London on a trip to Scotland with an object...
I presume that while with us you must have become informed that we were establishing in Virginia...
I have received, and read with Avidity and pleasure your Eloquence and Ratiocination, on the...
Your kind letter of th 12th has greatly obliged me. I had read the Speech before in the public...
Objects interesting to the United States requiring that the Senate should be in session on the...
I am very much obliged to you for the information, melancholly as it is to me, of the death of Mr...
I run the risque of introducing to You, the Reverend Mr Henry Colman of Hingham. He is one of our...
§ To Rufus King. 17 January 1806, Department of State. “I request the favor of you to peruse the...
I have recd. your favor of the 25th. Ulto. inclosing one to you from Mr. Vansittart; which I now...
I have had the honor to receive your letter of the 29th. ult. enclosing one to the Auditor which...
An occasion has occurred, in relation to a demand set up by the proctors, who have conducted the...
29 March 1804, Washington. “On the receipt of yours of I put it into the hands of Mr. Gallatin,...
You will have heared, before this reaches you, of the fluctuations and changes which have taken...
I now return you the M.S. history of Bacon’s rebellion with many thanks for the communication. it...
I have rec’d. & communicated to the Committee of the Senate the information contained in your...
I cannot better fulfill the object of the Committee of which Mr Adams is Chairman, than by...
I have recd and communicated to the President your letter of the 11th. instant. Although the...
I duly received, his Britannic Majestys Declaration and the List of Papers presented to...
I recd. by the mail of last evening yours of the 2d. instant. I do not know that any rule has...
The inclosed documents contain the case of Mr Lewis le Couteulx, whose unjust and severe...
I have the honor to inclose an unsealed letter to Mr. Erving respecting the case of Mr. Hunter of...
19 April 1803, Department of State. “The sum of 17,887 50/100 dollars about to be remitted to you...
My letter of the 23d. Ult. with a post[s]cript of the 3d. of this Month communicated the...
In the latter end of last month we received information from New Orleans of the interdiction of...
Having in a private letter under Cover of one to Mr Low, of New York, communicated the result of...
In compliance with your private letter of Aug. 5. just come to hand, I lose no time in apprizing...
26 July 1802, Department of State. “Agreeably to a suggestion in a letter from you to Mr Elias...
Your three letters of May 3, 5 & 7 have been duly received. On the subject of the first, to wit,...