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Sincerely sympathising in your distress which much experience in the same school has taught me to...
We have concluded as follows. 1. that a letter from your department to the Collector on L....
I should think mr Woodside’s application to send provisions for the family of our Consul at...
After such an abuse of his trust by Biggs, and the concealment and other circumstance attending...
I suppose that Favre can carry his necessary provisions from N. Orleans across the lake in a...
I return you Price’s letter respecting Pilch’s case, which we must recollect should the judge...
On the amendments to the embargo law, I am perfectly satisfied with whatever you have concluded...
I suppose it will be proper to institute an enquiry against Briggs the reciever at Cincinti. on...
If, on considering the doubts I shall suggest, you shall still think your draught of a...
A Bill supplementary to the several acts for laying an embargo on vessels Etc. for vessels coming...
Can mr Gallatin enable Th:J. yet to give to the Senate the information they asked respecting the...
Would it not be better to direct the application to be made to the present judge, in order to...
Will you be so good as to furnish me with the documents or information for the Senate desired in...
Mr. Madison happening to call on me just now, I consulted him on the subject of Hoffman’s letter....
It is a maxim of our municipal law and I believe of universal law that he who permits the end ,...
I think it will be impossible to form general rules for carrying into execution the 7th. section...
There have been several appmts of Marshal to N.C. all of whom have refused to accept. West has...
The act concerning revenue bonds was presented to me the night before last, signed yesterday, &...
I have this moment recieved the embargo law, but I do not sign it till I have returned it to the...
The appointment of Joseph Farrow as Keeper of the Lighthouse at Cape Hatteras is approved.  DNA :...
On considering the papers which James Brown sent us, containing a statement of the parcels of...
There is no source from whence our fair commerce derives so much vexation, or our country so much...
The inclosed from the Secy. of the Navy are sent for your perusal that you may know the orders...
I have written to mr Smith proposing to order a couple of gunboats from New York into the...
I send you mr Brown’s papers respecting the public property in N. Orleans. I see nothing in them...
Will you be so good as to propose any corrections to the within which you may think it needs? I...
It would certainly be very desirable that our citizens should be able to draw home their property...
In questions like the present, important neither in principle nor amount, I think the Collectors...
Previous information had led me to believe it necessary to remove Abbot also. the inclosed...
I return you Towers’ application & send you a similar one from a mr Stewart. the idea of our...
I find Bastrop’s case less difficult than I had expected. my view of it is this. the Governor of...
I think with you that the establishment of ports of delivery at Green bay & Chickago would only...
Mr. Elliot (whose speech I saw not till last night) has so pointedly denied our account of the...
It is impossible to detest, more than I do the fraudulent & injurious practice of covering...
I think there should certainly be an enquiry into the conduct of Taylor of Ocracock, the charges...
I imagine that Barnwell sees his own case with the egoism natural to all men, but increased by a...
Monroe will be here on Sunday; he will bring us no new information, as far as can be judged from...
I suppose the sum of mr Lyon’s chapter of lamentations is that the salt works cannot supply every...
Th:J. returns the inclosed papers to mr Gallatin. he had put Barnwell’s letter into his hands...
The Cutters being intended to fulfill a legal object, if that of Charleston is not competent, we...
Your proposition of yesterday has some good phases and merits consideration. I have only seen mr...
I return you Sprigg’s letter, & inclose a recommendation from Govr. Sullivan in favr of...
It seems I think that a pardon may be justly expected in the inclosed case. but the practice we...
The defence of Orleans against a land army can never be provided for, according to the principles...
I will sign a proclamation for the sale of the lands North West of Ohio whenever you think...
I return you the report with great approbation. one or two verbal changes, and, in one place, the...
As it will be necessary to decide how this question of the Batture is to be settled, we must of...
Are not the following officers wanting? Jeffersonville. Register Reciever. Ohio. Register. I know...
I inclose you a letter & a pamphlet from the court of Chatham county in Georgia against Edward...
Can you state to me the vacancies within your department needing to be filled? there were a...