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We shall be ready for you by the time you can arrive here. I would therefore wish you to come on...
I recievd your letter and the enclosures on friday night, but not any by the last evenings mail....
A strong gale from the East detained us untill this moring at sunrise, [on?] Hampton roads we are...
My letters to the Secretary of State will give all the political information which I have, and...
I herewith hand to you some observations which have been transmited to me, and which appear to...
Will you permit me to present to your acquaintance and civilities Mr. Carter, who proposes to...
I have reason to believe that you think favourably of Captain Barney —an intimate acquaintance...
I have heard that Genl. Hull will not act as the Governor of Michigan—shoud that be the case, and...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Dawson, & his request that he will be so good as to...
Mrs. Wood wishes to have some conversation with you on a subject in which she is deeply...