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Letter not found. 1817. Offered for sale by William R. Benjamin in The Collector: A Magazine for...
Knowing that we cannot differ on the question of the object of the Internal Improvement bill,...
I regret extremely that the enclosed letters were received at so late a day as yesterday. If it...
In doing myself the honor of addressing you on the present occasion, permit me to say that it is...
I ask the liberty of communicating to you the enclosed letter from Gen Howell of the Senate with...
To prevent any Suspicion of a deficiency in respect to you and your Lady—whom we have never...
I take this method, of bidding you a last farewell, and of thanking you, for the benefit I have...
We take the liberty to inform you of our sad misfortunes, confined in Cuba Prison, at the inhuman...
Mr. Colvin presents his respectful compliments to the President, and asks his acceptance of a...
You will not think it arrogant if it is suggested that until perfection becomes a human...
By a Resolution of the General Assem[b]ly of Virginia, it becomes the duty of the Governor to...
I owe you an apology for so long detaining the enclosed letter. You are probably informed that Mr...
I understand a law has passed creating the Office of Solicitor to the Treasury and the intimate...
The petition of Joseph Osbourn respectfully sheweth. That your petitioner was committed to the...
I have flattered myself that you would not be disinclined to patronize a publication of my...
I have a son, who commenced his naval life, as soon as he was prepared by his education and this...
We beg leave to call your attention to the situation of a worthy family residing near Pittsburgh,...
Since I had the honor to submit to your consideration the object to which my recent memoir...
I took the liberty to address a letter to you in great haste a day or two past, intending the...
I have been anxiously waiting, with a hope, that something would be done—by application I have...
I have the honour to enclose, herewith nominations for the promotions required by the Naval...
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the Senate of the 20th instant,...
I Thomas Ramsey Born in Pennsylvania york County, Rased in Kentucky & Ohio, now forty years of...
At the moment when you are about to lay down the power with which the voluntary suffrages of an...
With very peculiar sensibility I avail myself of this last opportunity, to return you, my humble...
I fear that you must have thought me unmindful of my engagement to forward you a copy of a most...
I have the honor to lay before you the following Selections for Military appointments viz Claude...
§ From William I. 19 February 1817, Brussels. Announces the happy delivery by the Princess of...
Deux motifs puissans dirigent en ce moment ma plume: celui d’être essentiellement utile aux...
The object of this letter is to bring under your view, the grounds whereon I consider the office...
§ From Johann Friedrich Le Plat. 17 February 1817, Merseburg, Saxony. It was made known in the...
The bearer hereof, mr. George Flower, is an English gentleman farmer, was the companion of mr....
The bearer hereof, mr George Flower , is an English gentleman farmer, was the companion of mr...
Remarking in your message to Congress, that you suggested the expediency of raising an University...
§ From Johan Albert von Kantzow. 15 February 1817. “Mr: & Mrs: de Kantzow, will have the honor to...
I do myself the honour to introduce to your Excellency’s notice, the Hone. Mr. Morrell, Senator...
Addressing for the first time, the Chief Magistrate of My Country; and Sensible of my inabillity...
The undersigned, understanding that William G. Adams late of Alexandria D.C. but resident at...
As an Officer Who hath been in the Service of the United States, during the Late War on the...
In compliance with a resolution of the legislature of this State, I have requested the Collector...
An affair in which I have no interest, but that of a citizen whose property is landed, has...
In a late letter from mr. Spafford of Albany I received the inclosed with a request that after...
In a late letter from mr Spafford of Albany I received the inclosed with a request that after...
I take the liberty of addressing your Excellency on a subject of concern to myself as an...
I have the honor to lay before you a list of appointments to fill vacancies in the army....
Being requested as the standing Committee of the Pennsylvania Society of the Cincinnati, to unite...
Pursuant to the request of the general Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky I have the honor...
§ From Robert Goodloe Harper. “Thursday eveng” 6 February 1817. “Genl. Harper will have the...
The Secy of the Treasury presents his respects to the President & informs that no effort will be...
The Secretary of State to whom has been referred the resolution of the Senate of the 28th. of...