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The Secretary of State to whom was referred the Resolution of the Senate of the 4th. March last,...
Presuming you are to be at Philadelphia as usual, I shall, by every opportunity, during the...
In a Biography of the late Vice President Gerry, which I published three years since, is...
10 April 1802, Liverpool. States that he has never been reimbursed for sums he paid in support of...
Original of No. 47 was forwarded by way of Lisbon, duplicate and triplicate under cover of Mr....
10 March 1811, Pittsburgh. Considers himself “a persecuted Man,” having had “futile, and...
§ From James Monroe. 2 March 1815, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to propose for...
I have a Son who is Just arrived to a State of Manhood and w Some time ago Expressed a desire of...
Jas. Monroe presents his best respects to Mr. Madison & requests he will be so good as forward...
I wrote you a few lines the day I left Washington, to advise of it, and of the state in which the...
§ From James Maury. 1 July 1805, Liverpool. “My last letter to you was of the 7th instant. “I...
I had the Pleasure to write to you the 21st August; since which, it having been suggested to me,...
4 September 1801, Paris. Reports that John Appleton sailed from Dieppe on 29 Aug. with French...
On my return from Albemarle two days since I found the enclosed from Mr. Forbes which I beg to...
The enclosed from Mr. Harris, shews, that the affair of Kosloff the Russian consul at Phila., has...
I was happy to hear by Paul last night, that you had arrived with Mrs Madison, and that your...
Permit me to present to yr. acquaintance the bearer Mr. Blake consul at St. Domingo who is...
The inclosed report gives you the result of our consultation on the Resolution of the 29. of...
On the 21. I desired an interview of Lord Harrowby for the purpose of “ascertaining the...
On the 24th of February I acknowledged your good letter of the 25th of the preceding November,...
A bill wh. has been presented before the house of Reps. has produc’d much sensation here; I...
My Letters from Bordeaux inform me of the Capture of Five of our Vessels by the Cruizers of...
We have nothing new here. The proceedings of our assembly you are no doubt possess’d of thro’ the...
I hope you have enjoyed good health since your safe return home, and that Mrs. Madison has been...
Mr Bagot has offerd, an alternative, on the coast of the Island of New Foundland, from Cape ay to...
I have the honor in conformity to a Resolution of the House of Delegates of this Commonwealth, to...
Confirming in every respect the Contents of what I had the ho nor of addressing you on the 19th....
I tax you with H.’s pamphlet, requesting that you will return it by the post to Mr. Jeffn. You...
Dr. Wm. Thornton who has long enjoyed your good opinion, has expressed a wish that I would also...
Original of No. 140 dated 3d. last Month, I expected would have reached you before this time, the...
The letter enclosed was sent to the tavern for Mr. Beckley, but the tavern keeper omitted to give...
Inclosed I have the honor to transmit for your inspection and final Settlement my Accompts and...
I resolvd sometime Ago should I ever come near the President to tell him of a small Mistake made...
§ From James Lovell. 27 January 1806, Boston. “I am honoured by your kind Close of the business...
Your favor of the 5th. was not presented me untill the day before yesterday, or it should have...
I had an interview with Mr de Kantzow yesterday, whose object in it was, to present a copy of his...
24 July 1804, Liverpool. “On the receipt of your circular of 9th April 1803 I endeavoured to...
Having recd. a letter from Mr. Gordon saying that it would not be in his power to take the 10...
Since the date of the enclosed communications to our Consuls in Barbary nothing has transpired...
16 November 1803, Alexandria. “As it is not convenient to me any longer to perform the duties of...
The trial of Captain Whitby took place on the 17th. inst. at Portsmouth, before a Court Martial,...
I have the honor of your letter of 9th. April w ith the supplement to the consular act, to which...
E’re you receive this the anxiety attending your re-election to the Chief Magistracy of the...
I receiv’d yours of the 5th. & 8th. this morning. I will endeavour to forward you by tomorrow’s...
In looking over the register of the Army, I find in the list of Garrison Surgeons Mates to be...
15 August 1803, Tangier . No. 61. His letter of 28 July (no. 60) “was forwarded in triplicate by...
This will be handed by Luet Jos: P. Taylor son of our worthy connection Col. Richard. I take gr e...
I have been instructed by the National Republican Convention of Virginia, which has this day...
1 May 1803, Naples. The writers, “citizens of the United States ⟨at⟩ present in City of Naples,”...
19 March 1816 Mr. Barker seems to think that there is a personal severity shown to him in the...