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Your letter of the 12th instant enclosing one from Mr Ross, and the Treasurers draught on Colo....
Your letter of the 24th Ulto has been duly received; but one cause or another has prevented the...
Not believing that Congress would adjourn as soon as some expected; and hoping that Colo. Shreve...
Your favour of the 31st Ulto enclosing draughts on the Collector of the Port of Alexandria for...
I have received your letter of the 18th instant with its enclosures, and thank you for both. The...
I thank you for the information contained in your letter of the 19th Ulto; and infer from it,...
Pay to Timothy Pickering, Secretary of State, Two thousand Dollars out of the Sum appropriated to...
Enclosed is the name, and description of the Girl I mentioned to you last night. She has been the...
Your letter of the 3d Instant did not get to my hands until the 8th. I most assuredly wrote the...
Mr Dandridge having rejoined my family again, preceeds me to Philadelphia, in order to bring up,...
Your letter of the 23d instant came to me by the last Post; and the letter therein alluded to,...
By letter from Judge Addison of Pennsylvania, I am informed, that in behalf of Mr Ritchie, he has...
Let me request the favor of you to pay (out of the money I left in your hands) one hundred and...
The contract entered into between William Allibone, Superintendent of the Light House...
Your Letter of the 5th instant came duly to hand. The preparatory arrangements for the sale of...
Your private letter (without date) by the last Post, has been received. It is quite agreeable to...
When the letter herewith enclosed, dated the 4th instant was written in answer to yours of the...
Your letter of the 28th Ulto with its enclosures, was received by the Mail on friday. I wanted no...
I have taken the liberty of putting two letters under cover to you; The one to Colo. Hamilton (in...
Your Letter of the 20th Instant with its enclosures was brought to Alexandria by the Post of...
If in the opinion of Judges, it is thought best for my India wine to remain undisturbed where it...
Enclosed you have Bank Bills to the amount of Five hundred Dollars. From this fund I pray you to...
Pay to Timothy Pickering, Secretary of State, out of the proper fund, One thousand Dollars, to be...
Pay to Timothy Pickering, Secretary of State, One thousand dollars, out of the sum appropriated...
Pay to Timothy Pickering, Secretary of State, Five thousand dollars, to be applied by him...
By virtue of the Act entitled "an act making further provision for the expenses attending the...
By virtue of the Act entitled "an act making appropriations for the support of the military &...
Having considered your Report of the fifth instant, I do hereby authorize you to take suitable...
I perceive by Bache’s Paper of this Morning, that Mr Livingston has laid a Resolution on the...
Your Letter of the 1st instant with its enclosures, came to hand yesterday. As I am unacquainted...
Your letter of the 26th Ulto was received yesterday. It is not wonderful that Mr Randolphs late...
At what time should Mr F——ts letter be made known to Mr R——? What will be the best mode of doing...
The letter herewith, will shew that I did not understand, or attend to what I was about, when I...
I am obliged to you for the acct given, in your letter of the 27th of the meeting which was had...
Pay to The Director of the Mint of the United States, Five thousand dollars for the purposes of...
Lest my last letter to Colo. Hamilton should have met some mischance I send a duplicate, &...