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Before this comes to hand you’ll see by the petitions, that will be laid before you; that the...
The question, the result of which you wished me to drop you, though hovering towards a close for...
When I look back the last twelve years, and reflect on our Political struggles, and the narrow...
Every thing in your favor of the 24. ult: gives me pleasure, but the determination which it...
6 April 1802, Portsmouth. Recommends Gen. Michael McClary to be marshal of the district of New...
14 February 1804, Portsmouth. “Should Judge Pickering who is impeached before the Senate, be...
16 May 1804, Portsmouth. “Jonathan Steele Esqr who was lately appointed District Attorney for N....
20 December 1804, Portsmouth. “I must pray you to excuse me for the liberty I take in transmiting...
22 February 1805, Portsmouth . “My Son in Law Mr. Elwyn has entertained himself, in writeing a...
According to your request the letter to you from Mr. Griswold is now returned. It was duly...