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22 April 1801, London. Sends receipt for funds supplied Oliver Ellsworth. Firm provided advances...
Inclos’d we send you dupe. of our last respects of 22d. Ulto. The Arms having been shipp’d on...
I should have had the pleasure of presenting the inclosed letter to you on my way through...
23 May 1813, New Haven. “Judge Edwards, having requested me to express to the President my...
1 August 1811, Glasgow. Has read that there are 33,000 weavers in New York. Information from his...
We received a few days since a letter from ⟨the?⟩ Hone. Judge Holmes requesting us to forward on...
3 June 1812, New Castle. Encloses “resolutions declaratory of the sentiments of the Republicans...
I have this day received a letter from my correspondent in New York (a letter from whom I did...
16 April 1812, Capitol. Recommends Richard B. Jones, an attorney in Philadelphia, for the vacant...
Captain James Taylor late Collector of the Port of Ocracock is at this time in the City of...
29 November 1804, Washington. “At the last Session of Congress I made an application [not found]...
The death of Mr. Benjamin Woods late district attorney of the United States for the North...
At the time I had the honor to meet you at the Presidents you expressed a desire to be informed...
Should the government in any short time stand in need of a person to fill the office of Judge in...
25 January 1804, Washington. “Your favor of the 23d [not found] inclosing the passport for Mr...
2 March 1804, Washington. “The Act which has passed this Session amendatory of the Acts...
The enclosed was recd yesterday from Mr Cooke the Collector at the Port of Beaufort N: Carolina....
15 November 1804, Washington. “I wish to ob[t]ain from you a Certificate of Citizen ship for...
I yesterday had the pleasure of an interview with one of the gentlemen in your department whose...
The Pottawatamie Chief residing on the Illinoise River To the President of the United States As...
I enclose you a paper containing a letter ascribed to you. I beg the favor of you to inform me by...
2 June 1804, Fredericksburg. “My friend Mr Peter Gordon (the bearer of this) being about to...
By the bearer Mr Bell and you will recieve the packages mentioned in the inclosed Memo. Annexed...
After congratulating you, upon your elevation to the supreme Magistracy of the nation, permit me,...
Your communication relative to the affair of a person by the name of Norberg a supposed Swedish...
Considering the peculiar and, to me, most unexpected circumstances under which I have now the...
I am informed by my friend Jonathan Russell Esquire that his Brother in Law, Mr. Phillip Ammidon...
3 December 1804, Boston. “At the request of the Marshall for this District, I have the honor to...
I again take the liberty of enclosing to you other testimonials in my favour, in addition to...
17 May 1802, Baltimore. “As it is probable, it will not be in my power to go to France, as soon...
28 March 1802, Baltimore. In answer to JM’s letter of 21 Mar. [not found], received 27 Mar.,...
As it is probable, it will not be in my power to go to France, as soon as I expected, on account...
In answer to your letter of the 21st. instant, which I had the honor to receive only last...
I wrote you the inclosed last Even.g—but neither Horse or rider could then be procured to take it...
6 January 1810, Washington. Believes his character has been “much traduced and vilely slandered”...
I take the liberty of soliciting for my Son Thos. H. Blake, now a resident of the State of...
We come, Sir, on behalf of the Citizens of Washington, to mingle our congratulations with our...
29 June 1811, Washington. “It is rumoured that a new Appointment of Register for the County of...
I have the honour of transmiting you a Resolution of the board of Aldermen and board of Common...
We come, Sir, on behalf of the Citizens of Washington, to mingle our congratulations with our...
Lt. John Beckett of the 14th. Regt. of Infantry, entered the military service of his Country at...
12 July 1802, Charleston. Acknowledges JM’s letter of 22 June [not found] enclosing a commission...
20 May 1804, Santiago de Cuba. “On the 9th. April last died in this city, Alexander Frazier, who...
1 November 1801, Santiago de Cuba. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s 1 Aug. circular letter and is...
Letter not found. 9 August 1804. Mentioned in Blakeley to JM, 7 Nov. 1804 (DNA: RG 76,...
A few days ago I received your Circular of first of Augt. 1801, to the Consuls & Commercial...
§ From Josiah Blakeley. 1 July 1805, Santiago de Cuba. “My last to you was dated 7th. June last,...
26 December 1801, Santiago de Cuba. Informed JM in a letter of 1 Nov. of his arrest and...
10 June 1801, Santiago de Cuba. Sent his 14 May letter by way of Lieutenant Rush of the Adams ....
Tis now more than Two Years Since I arrived in this port, with a commission of Consul of the...