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The time of the President U.S. is so occupied by matters of so much more importance, that I did...
20 March 1809, Philadelphia. Encloses samples of “two kinds of lace” for use in the chariot...
I had yesterday the honor of your letter of the 20th. inst. I had already written to you on the...
Your very obliging & kind letter was received by Mrs. Latrobe yesterday, & I had also your...
Your letter of the 19th. has just been received. Permit me in the first place to thank You for...
I am here & expected to have been tomorrow in Washington. It is however necessary, I find that I...
I am more mortified than I can express at the conduct of the Coach-maker, I have had the...
Immediately after your departure I went to the President’s house in order to forward every part...
Incredulous, indeed must be the ear that recieves, without belief the “Varnished tale”—but most...