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Upon not receiving any answer to my first information and observing the enimy inclining toward...
You will pardon the liberty I take in writing you upon a subject wh. has no relation to the...
I take the liberty to submit the enclos’d to your perusal. It was written before the meeting of...
I received by the last Mail your letter dated the 15th of this month, accompanied with your...
Having casually heard that it was requested by many of Col. Hamilton’s political associates, that...
In reply to your letter of yesterday, I can assure you with the utmost truth, that I have no...
My letter of the 8th, and to which I was on the succeeding day honored with a reply, was written...
I was presented yesterday evening by Mr Randolph with the commission of Minister for the French...
I expected to have put the enclosed into your hands at Baltimore, on my way to this place; but...
I had the pleasure some weeks past to receive your favor of the 25. of June and should have...