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The Secretary of State respectfully returns to the President his report on the claims of the...
Last Saturday I received a letter from lieutenant governor Wood, and opened it, agreeably to your...
General Hazen has applied to the secretary at war for the articles necessary to equip his...
The Secretary of State respectfully lays before the President of the United States,, the draught...
I had the honour to receive your Excellency’s letter by Col. Lee, conferring upon me the office...
Recollecting your anxiety that General Pinckney might [not] feel satisfied with the military...
An Estimate of public horses on hand in the states named below, and in the main army: In...
The inclosed letter from Mr Paleski, the Prussian Consul being marked “duplicate,” I suppose the...
On the 16th instant I received from Governor Jay, an answer to my letter of the 3d relative to...
It is now time to deposit at West-Point as much wood as will be necessary for the use of the...
I have the honour to lay before you the form of a pardon for Mitchell & Vigol, insurgents, for...
Yesterday I was honoured with your letter of the 28th ulto. In my letter of last Monday I...
Yesterday afternoon arrived here the armed Cutter Royal George of 14 guns, prize to the Pickering...
Inclosed is the return of boats which I mentioned this morning. I recd it last evening & have not...
Topics which have occurred to the Secretary of War as proper to be noticed at the opening of the...
Two vessels are to sail for England this week—one, as intended, to-morrow, and one on Thursday:...
To render it practicable to support the horses indispensably necessary with the army, I beg leave...
The immediate publication of Govr Blount’s letter to Carey, after the receipt of the copy sent...
Captain Cathcart’s vessel, laden with stores for Algiers, he expects will sail to-morrow. The...
The Secretary of State has the honour to lay before the President of the U. States, copies of the...
The inclosed copy of a letter from Thomas Smith Esqr. will inform you of the distressed condition...
The Secretary of State respectfully lays before the President the great bulk of the papers which...
I have sent a person to examine the roads on the routes mentioned by Genl Hand, & urged his...
I received yesterday your Excellency’s letter of the 27th inst. directing the estimates for the...
The Secretary of State respectfully lays before the President of the United States a list of...
As the carved work for the frigates should be relative to their names, and will require a length...
The Secretary of State respectfully lays before the President of the United States a list of...
The subject of the letter dated March 18. 1795, from Harry Innes Esqr. of Kentuckey, to the...
I have been honoured with your letter of the 21st covering several letters to be forwarded to...
The Secretary of War respectfully lays before the President a letter to Mr Adet, in answer to his...
The Secretary of State respectfully lays before the President of the United States, the letter of...
The Pittsburg mail is arrived, but no letter from General Wayne. I suspect he has sent dispatches...
The inclosed extract of a letter from Colo. Neilson I beg leave to lay before your Excellency,...
After messages without number, Mr Anthony has brought me your copying press with the new brass...
Sensible how mortifying is Disappointment especially when the Object of our wishes is almost...
The chain at West-Point has already suffered considerably by the rust, and will be daily growing...
Your Excellency has been pleased to refer to my determination what boats, besides batteaux & two...
The Secretary of State has examined with as much attention as the time would permit, the several...
I have the honor to send you a translation of the German letter received from you last Saturday...
Last Saturday I received from Colo. Monroe a letter dated the 24th of July, in which he refers to...
I have been honoured with your letter of the 14th relatively to the fever which has raged so...
The Secretary of State has the honor to lay before the President of the U. States this day...
Capt. OBrien arrived here last Saturday from Lisbon. The Dey of Algiers is entirely our friend....
An unexpected demand is made of 40 Waggons & 200 horses, to transport artillery & military stores...
The Secretary of State has the honor to inclose a letter from our Consul at Cadiz, with one for...
The Secretary of State respectfully lays before the President of the U. States the draught of an...
I find that one great cause of the failure of transportation of the salted provisions from...
(confidential) Sir, Philadelphia August 2. 1799. A letter from Mr Murray of May 17 received this...
I wrote you on Friday, informing that on that day two vessels were to sail for England carrying...
I have the honor to inclose a translation of Mr Adet’s letter relative to the capture of the ship...