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Mr. Reuben Burnley, having been for some time past, a Clerk in the Commissioners Office for...
§ From William Lambert. 23 December 1805, Washington. “Being now out of the service of the House...
§ To William Lambert. 6 January 1806, Washington. “There has been more delay in answering your...
§ From William Lambert. 2 April 1806, Washington. “I inclose a copy of a circular letter,...
As it is now ascertained beyond a doubt, that you have been elected President of the United...
As the inclosed letter to bishop Madison, contains the principles of an useful method, not...
I have the honor to inclose for your perusal, the last letter I have received from bishop...
I have the honor to inclose for your acceptance, a printed copy of an ode which I have composed...
10 June 1811, Washington. Encloses for JM’s “inspection and transmission, a communication to...
8 July 1811, Washington. “A letter lately received from bishop Madison, inclosing a statement to...