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This is the first time I have had an opportunity to write to you since your election to your new...
I have read over your theoretical objections against the doctrine of moral liberty; for...
The bearer Mr Jno. Churchman believes he has made a discovery of some consequence for readily...
JM’s friend of long standing, the Reverend Samuel Stanhope Smith, was serving as vice-president...
Letter not found. 25 August 1799. Acknowledged in Smith to JM, 3 Sept. and 28 Nov. 1799 ....
In answer to your favour of the 25th Aug: permit me to address to you a copy of a circular letter...
In answer to your letter of the 25th. Aug: I immediately wrote to you; but I have reason to...
After congratulating you on your elevation to the first station in the gift of your country, to...
Permit me to represent to you that at the first organization of the New Orleans territory, my...
13 February 1812, Princeton. Assures JM that Josiah Simpson “of this State having been named …...