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If I had written to you my dear sister half as often as I have thought of you and contemplated...
I am told there is now a vacancy in the Consulate of Tunis; if so, there is an amiable...
Continuing without Letters & instructions from you, the object of the present will be to enclose...
I Have Had the pleasure to write many Letters to our Respected president and to You, Namely the...
Having asked and obtained the opinion of the Attorney General on certain points stated by the...
The points stated in your letter of the 21st. February, having been referred to the Attorney...
I have read & considered the case stated in your letter of the 28th: April on the subject of a...
I have not yet experienced much benefit for the complaint in my Eye, and think it advisable to...
By the Ship Jane Captn. McCarthy, which sail’d from hence on the 20. of march for Baltimore, I...
Th: Jefferson, with his friendly salutations to Mr. Briggs, now incloses him a draught of the...