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I have lately been informed that Mr. Anderson at present attorney for the united States in and...
A late attempt at a monopoly of Salt in this Western Country—occasions me to trouble you with...
The late arrest of Colonel Thomas Butler , added to the novelty of the order upon which it is...
On reciept of your favor of Aug. 7. I made it the subject of some communication with the...
Least misrepresentations and unfavourable reports should be made you, respecting Doctor Vandyke...
On the 7th. of August 1803, at the request of a number of the Citizens of this District, I...
Inclosed is a remonstrance signed by a number of the most respectable Citizens and officers in...
I have deemed it a duty which My respect for your public and private character could not dispense...
In the want of insult or aggression made on our Government and country from any quarter, I am so...
I have duly recieved your letter, proffering the services of a very respectable corps of...