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My excursions during the sickly season deprived me of the pleasure of continuing our...
Mr. Reuben Burnley, having been for some time past, a Clerk in the Commissioners Office for...
Your favor dated in July came safe to hand, I thank you for the communications contained [in] it....
Letter not found. 13 November 1789, Havre de Grace, France. Mentioned in JM to James Madison,...
Your favor from Fredericksburgh, covering a letter for Mr. Jefferson came to hand & I will either...
I recieved some time ago by Mr. James the letter of introduction you had given him for me. I hope...
Captain Bunyan arrived here this morning from London in 29 days. A Mr Trumbull came...
Mr. Burnley will convey this letr. by some one of the many of your county people now here with...
A few days ago I wrote a letter to Majr. Madison giving him some information on the general...
A few days since I received a Letter from Mr. Jefferson, dated at Cowes in the Isle of Wight the...
Since the date of my letter to you which I wrote a few days ago the resolutions of the Committee...
I take the liberty of forwarding to you two resolutions which have pass’d both houses, on the...
I have not until very lately known with certainty where I could address a letter to you. Mr....
Colo. Heth has at length brought the Money, and taken up your dr[a]ft for £100. which enables me...
I take the liberty to inclose you a copy of a rect. given me by Mr. John Hopkins for ticketts...
In pursuance of the Directions of the General Assembly, I do myself the honour to transmit to you...
I wrote the inclosed letter to you a little before I left Paris, & having no occasion to send it,...
I beg leave to recommend to your favorable notice Mr. Francis Bailey, printer, of this City, as a...
An opportunity occurring to a post office—enables me to consign a few lines to you—to assure you...
Letter not found. Ca. 21 May 1781, Charlottesville. Mentions forced withdrawal of the Virginia...
Yesterday I received yours relative to Capt. Irish’s affair, in which I observe you do not think...
… The people of Vermont, like many other Politicians of the cunning sort, seem to have overshot...
I returned yesterday from Annapolis, having conducted the Marquis La Fayette that far on his way...
Letter not found. 24 January 1789. Listed in the Stan. V. Henkels Catalogue No. 694 (1892).
Letter not found. Ca. 20 January 1790. Acknowledged in JM to Pendleton, 4 Mar. 1790 . Recommends...
If Mr. Madison should be disengaged this Evening Mr. Hamilton would be obliged by an opportunity...
I did myself the pleasure to write you and enclosed the £100. Bond cancelled—with the Auditor’s...
I beg leave to make known to you the bearer Docr. Morrow. He was early engaged in the service of...
I must beg leave to request the favor of you to write to me, soon as convenient, in respect to...
The information required by the inclosed resolution of the General Assembly to be laid before...
The Secretary of the Treasury has wrote the Officers of this Port, for the exact Sum, each...
Latitude Note These Longitudes though sufficiently correct for common Geographical purposes, will...
I am favored with yours of the 24. Ult. and am much releived by it from apprehensions that your...
I have had Such advantage from our past correspondence, as to make it my Interest and Inclination...
In obedience to the command of the President of the United States, I have the honor to enclose...
Pardon the liberty I take in addressing myself to you, who I have not the Honor to be Known to....
Since my Respects of 6 October, I have your favor of 21 June by Mr James, who did not come here,...
I received your favor of Jan. 24. the day before yesterday; the President’s of the 21st. was 16...
I take the liberty to ask your attention to that part of the domestic debt which is registered in...
I have taken the liberty of inclosing you copies of a number of letters I have written to a...
I expected that the establishment of the federal Goverment, and the reformation of the...
I have taken the Liberty of requesting the favour of you to transact an affair of the greatest...
You’ll be pleasd to accept my thanks for your favour of the 31st ulto which I recievd in due...
With this letter you will receive a Pamphlet, you was so obliging as to lend me, & which from...
In answer to your polite letter, I have only to repeat my congratulations to you for the honor...
I return Mr. Jefferson’s letter with thanks for the perusal of it. I am glad he has resolved to...
I am informed that a vacancy has happened in the Supreme Court for the Western Territory, which...
Upon coming to Town a few days ago I had the pleasure to receive yrs. of the 2d. & 14th. Ult....
We arrived last night after much fatigue to ourselves and horses. Indeed I have not been free...
We were Sorry to hear of your being taken ill at George Town, but rejoiced to see you Correcting...