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The undersigned having been informed, that the Honbl. Judge Bruin of the Mississippi Territory...
I recd. the enclosed letter a few days since. You know the writer, & can properly appreciate the...
30 June 1812, Senate Chamber. Recommends “Mr Charles Sterrett Ridgely of Maryland for an...
The very Kind and flattering manner in which you offered me a seat in the Cabinet, yesterday, has...
Before I leave this place, I beg leave to suggest the necessity of removing Genl Wilkinson from...
Your letter of August last, enclosed in one from Mrs Custis, has been recd. Colo. De Greffe, the...
On the 26th inst I recd. a note from the Duke of Wellington informing me that peace was signed on...
The letter of the 18th. ult. which you have had the Kindness to address to me, communicating my...
It has become important to settle with the least possible delay, the effects of brevet...
Mr. Crawford will be so good as to put convenient dates into the Blanks. If there be any thing in...