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Eighty two years old, my memory gone, my mind close following it 5. months confined to the house...
I duly received your favor of the 24 th ult, but I am rendered a slow correspondent by the loss...
Your favor of June 16. is recieved, altho’ I have almost universally declined embarrassing the...
I am to thank you for your favor of May 24. covering the reply of the Native Virginian born in...
If you have not heard from me since the lamentable cata s trophe which befell your mercantile...
I have received your letter of the first of this month, in answer to mine of the twenty fifth of...
Colonel Pickering in his Letters or Addresses to The People of The United States has represented...
Your letter of the 8th. inst: came duly to hand & I have since been favored with that of the...
Your letter of July 13. covering a petition on behalf of the Lowries did not get to my hand till...
A search has been made for the paper alluded to in your letter of the 13th. instant, which is...
Our friend Kosciuzko, and your antient fellow souldier, on leaving this country requested me to...
Th: Jefferson requests the favor of Genl. Smith to dine with him on Saturday the 19th . at half...
Would it not be better to leave out of the Naval militia bill all the passage beginning ‘And in...
Your favor of the 20th. has been forwarded to me from the office of State, whence an imperfect...
Your letter of the 20th. inst. to the Secretary of State has just been received at this Office. I...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 5th. and am truly sorry that my error in addressing the...
I kept up your letter of the 23d. till the return of Genl. Dearborne enabled us to give to the...
I have received & thank you for your very valuable observations on the commercial articles of the...
...The Treaty lately concluded between the American and British Commissioners being in a...
The treaty lately concluded between the American and British Commissioners being in a situation...
I duly recd. your favor of the 14. and thank you for the candor of your remarks. The enclosed...
The Treaty lately concluded between the American and British Commissioners being in a situation...
Your favor on the subject of the brig Lucy has been recieved. I regretted extremely the trouble...
The selection of a successor to mr Purviance was made before the claims of other competitors were...
I recieved your favor covering some papers from Genl. Wilkinson. I have repented but of one...
Yours of the 5th. has been recieved, and not to keep under suspence the person who has offered...
Mr. Bowdoin has not yet proceeded to Madrid, nor will he until further orders, which will not be...
25 March 1805, Department of State . “As the name of Genl. W. Stewart does not appear in the list...
I recieved last night your favor of the 9th. inst. mentioning that mr Harris had consigned to...
I have recd. your favor of the 27th. and inclose the letters as you request. My conversation with...
The list of the vessels detained by embargo at Bourdeaux to which you allude was originally...
Your favor of the 21st. was recieved last night. we had had letters from Genl. Wilkinson on the...
This is meant merely as a private suggestion to hasten the proceedings of the committee on Indian...
Can you get me at Baltimore a gross of good claret and order it round here, to serve me till I...
Your of the 21st. came to hand last night. the father of the mr Quarrier, who is the subject of...
Your favor of the 7th: came to hand last night. I do not recollect having recieved advice of any...
Mr. Glendye a presbyterian clergyman from Ireland, who settled two or three years ago at Staunton...
Yours of the 23d. came to hand last night. I am unacquainted with the particular conduct of young...
Your favor of the 9th. came to hand last night, & has this morning been referred to the Secretary...
Your favor of June 27. came to hand in due time. I now inclose you the commission for mr Buchanan...
Your favor of the 22d. is recieved the last night. mr Buchanan shall recieve the appointment of...
On the 9th. inst. I recieved your’s of the 2d. and acknoleged it by return of post. yesterday...
According to what I had augured, I have this moment recieved mr Jones’s refusal of the...
I have to acknowlege the reciept of your favor of the 20th. the appointment of Secy. of the navy,...
I recieved last night your favor on the subject of capt Wm. Buchanan. mr Madison not being to...
By the time you recieve this, you will have been at home long enough I hope to take a view of the...
I thank you for the honor of your letter of the 3d. I know the worth of Mr. Bayard & should be...
Your favor of the 8th. came to hand yesterday. I had in due time answered mr Yznardi, but not...
Your favor of Aug. 4. came to hand by our last post, together with the ‘ extract of a letter from...
Treasury Department, December 1, 1794. “A Bill from you for Ten thousand Dollars in favour of...