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I received your letter of the 4th inst on Saturday last. After giving as much consideration as I...
I have recd. a letter from Mr. W. this morning in which he says. “I have made enquiry respecting...
What is past and cannot be amended between friends had better be forgotten. Let it be so if you...
I received your letter of the 13 inst yesterday evening. [Altho’ I am not pleased at the facts...
Mr Wolcott informed me by a letter recd yesterday evening that he was to leave the seat of...
I recd. this morning your letter dated the 27 Ulto. with the one at first intended for Major...
In Maryland from causes which you will easily comprehend it will be extremely difficult, if at...
Do you possess enough of the second sight to tell me what our friends have done and intend doing...
Have our party shewn that they possess the necessary skill and courage to deserve to be continued...
I placed Mr. Stoddert (who acts as Secretary of war under a temporary commission) this morning...
I have the honor to transmit copy of a letter, I have left in the Office—addressed to my...
The Secretary of War respectfully takes the Liberty to transmit to the President of the United...
The Secretary of war respectfully takes the liberty to transmit to the President of the U....
I respectfully take the Liberty to state to you my recollection of the substance and incidents of...
I enclose to your care a number of letters for General Wilkinson, which you will be pleased to...
I have received your letter of the 27. instant. On the receipt of your letter of the 18. instant...
Inclosed are copies of two letters, which you will be pleased to return. They will convey to you...
I have laid your letter dated Head Quarters Plainfield May 23d. instant, before the President. It...
I have the honor to submit a letter just received from Robert Gilmore Esquire, Chairman of a...
Since my last on the subject of the appointment of Lt. Col. Smith to the command of the 2nd....
The pressing solicitations of Major Tousard oblige me to represent to you, that the Season is now...
The Secretary of War has the Honour to submit for the Consideration of the Heads of Departments,...
The Secretary of War respectfully submits the enclosed Draught of a Letter to General William...
I received your note yesterday afternoon, inclosing a letter to you, from Wm. S Smith Lt. Colonel...
I received your Note yesterday afternoon, inclosing a letter to you from Wm. S. Smith Lt. Colonel...
There is no fact more evident to my mind, than the truth of the position, that it is impossible...
You will no doubt be somewhat surprised to hear that I resigned the office of Secretary of war,...
The six additional troops of Cavalry are certainly intended by the Law, transmitted to you, to be...
I have received your letters of the 10 May instant. You will be pleased to inform Lieut Blake...
I have recieved the following directions from the President of the United States —“I request you,...