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I have the honour to enclose to your Excellency some acts passed the last Session of our...
I have been informed within a few days of the death of Mr Stokes judge of this district: another...
I came here from North Carolina the 31st of March under the expectation of the pleasure of...
I this day drew the attention of the Senate to the evident impropriety in publishing their...
Prompted by the free and candid manner you expressed yourself on political affairs to me some...
As I make it a rule to give my assent to all military nominations without enquiry, and shall...
I send you herewith the papers mentioned this morning. Mr [Robert] Morris acknowledging himself...
There being a proba[bi]lity that an accommodation of our differences with the Northwestern...
The gentleman who wrote the inclosed I have long known his character is unexceptionable, he is a...
Judging from my long acquaintance with and attachment to you, I have decided that a letter from...