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§ From Reasin Beall. 21 December 1813, Washington. “This day in conjunction with Mr. Colwell, I...
Observing that the Office of Accountant for the Department of War, has become vacant, by the...
§ From James Caldwell and Reasin Beall. 21 December 1813, Washington. “We take the liberty of...
4 January 1810, Newport, New Hampshire. Blames the distress of his present situation on his...
9 May 1812, Franklin County, Tennessee. Under the terms of the act “authorising the raising of...
I have heard so much of the College you are establishing in your vicinity, that I have really a...
Some years ago, I had the pleasure to send you my "search of truth upon the science of the human...
Without attempting to encroach a moment longer upon your valuable time, I cannot refrain from...
In a letter which I addressed to the Secretary of State a few days ago I stated that I had...
I am now before you, and as I understand among a number of others, an applicant for the Consulate...
Understanding that Mr. Robert Trimble, of Bourbon county, in this State, is desirous of obtaining...
A Box containing seed wheat for your use, was landed a few days since from on board of a Ship...
Your favor of 23d is received, and I now hand you a Sample of the wheat, and have shipped the Box...
A number of the Inhabitants of this Parish, having assembled, to commemorate as well the...
I expected to have left this City, yesterday, on my return home, but an unforeseen call to New...
I wrote you on this day week from New York, stating the causes which had induced a postponement...
I was detained by bad weather & other causes, so that I did not reach this until friday evening....
In appealing to your Candor I feel a confidence that no apology will be necessary for the present...
I received your favor of the 1st: instant, covering one for Colo. M. which I shall forward to...
Mr. Clinton presented to the House a petition of James Jay, of the state of New York which was...
J: Beckley’s compliments to Mr: Madison. Mr: Jefferson will take a family dinner with JB—to...
Your favor of the 3d: instant, and a preceeding one of 25th: Septr. came duly to hand. I should...
A few days ago a barrel of hams arrived to your address, which I immediately took into possession...
I drop a line to inform you, that I returned to this place with all my family, on Saturday last,...
I have conditionally engaged a neat handsome Chariot for you, with a pair of best plated harness,...
A severe indisposition, the consequence of a violent cold which I caught on my return from...
Since I wrote you last, a considerable change has taken place in the state of our foreign &...
I have written you twice by post, once from New York and once since my return, but being without...
I have purposely delayed answering your favor of the 10th: Ulto. until now, because of some...
Mr. Gregory, will dispose of his Carriage for the price of 300 dollars Cash, Or a note to that...
J: Beckley’s respects to Mr. Madison, and informs him that Mr: Gregory accedes to his offer of...
I took the liberty by favor of Mr: Jefferson, to forward to you sundry papers, which I thought...
Resolved that James Henry, Joseph Jones, James Madison jn. and John Walker Esquires, be appointed...
Letter not found. 27 April 1795, New York. Mentioned in Beckley to JM, 4 May 1795 . Explains...
Annexed hereto is the copy of another letter from Mr. William Barrow of West Florida. You will...
Inclosed, I forward You the copy of a letter from one of the most opulent inhabitants of West...
A belief, that every information relative to the crisis in West Florida, coming in a garb that...
26 February 1802, Fairfield, Connecticut. Convinced that JM will be as willing as his...
From a persuasion in our minds, that you will be equally ready as your predecessors, Messrs....
Two days ago I was honoured with a Letter from the late Secretary of State, inclosing me a...
I have two motives for troubling you with a few words in answer to your last— First, to thank you...
I recd. yesterday your letter, with its inclosure, & thank you very sincerely for both. I am...
A late communication to the Richmond Enquirer, upon the subject of the plan of study laid down at...
I took the liberty, some months ago, of writing to you upon the subject of the Virginia...
I am informd that the Governor and Council are about to appoint some person as Superintendant of...
I regret much that my personal acquaintance with you is so limited; However, from the long and...
Letter not found. 2 October 1792. Mentioned in the lists probably made by Peter Force (DLC:...
Letter not found. 13 November 1792. Mentioned in the lists probably made by Peter Force (DLC:...
17 May 1804, Philadelphia. “A few days ago came to my hand the Inclosed Account and Bill of...
24 July 1804, Philadelphia. “The preceding is Copy of what I wrote you the 2 Inst. which I now...