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I know not whether this address may not be judged impertinent; but I cannot refrain from...
Your friendly letter of April 11. was not recieved till the 11th. of this month. the approbation...
I have no right to occupy a moment of your time, but I cannot resist the desire which I feel to...
I take the liberty to address you on a subject, which to me is of a very interesting nature— It...
Your letter of Aug. 5. arrived here in the moment of my setting out on a journey which occasioned...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Meigs with his thanks for the oration he was so kind...
Mr. Meigs having noticed an attempt of the Enemy to throw the blame of his late atrocities at...
I thank you for the information contained in your letter of Aug. 25. I confess that when I heard...
I had the honour to receive your letter of Sept. 18 at the usual interval— If this people could...
I cannot resist an impulse which all good men must feel. With the multitude of my Brethren of the...