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Mr. Wagner’s letter of the 9. of august I had the pleasure to receive. The mail to Pittsburgh is...
The subject of the donations having been, through some discontented characters here, transferred...
I have the honor now to transmit to the Secretary of State the map which I promised to procure...
The late mails have apprized the Governor, whether truly or not I am n ot able to say, that his...
The last litigated question relative to titles here was decided yesterday. I have the pleasure to...
I have this day seen number sixteen of the Essays on the Evils which have proved fatal to...
I have the honor to transmit to the Secretary of State the enclosed papers, without any comment....
Three circumstances that may not be entirely unimportant, two of which have a tendency to shew...
I have doubted whether I ought, or ought not, to transmit the enclosed Bill to the Secretary of...
Finding the conduct of the party, in the recent application for an habeas corpus, to be extremely...