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331 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 29 December 1801 1801-12-29 Under the impression that the President will be obliged to send to the Medn. Squadron new orders...
332 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas XII. Robert Smith’s Remarks on the Draft Message, [on … 1801-11-21 page 1st . I sent a small squadron of frigates into the Mediterranean with overtures of...
333 Smith, Robert Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Robert Smith, 20 November … 1801-11-20 Your application to me in favor of Capt Du Buisson was highly acceptable and required no kind of...
334 Smith, Robert Madison, James To James Madison from Robert Smith, 13 November 1801 1801-11-13 I have the Honor to request that you will be pleased to send me an order on the Director of the...
335 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 13 November 1801 1801-11-13 As it is probable that the frigate Boston may remain on the Mediterranean Station, and as Capt...
336 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 26 October 1801 1801-10-26 Before I make the proposed communication to Brown & Pearson I consider it proper to submit to...
337 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 26 October 1801 1801-10-26 The Enclosed has some relation to the Case of the Officer of the Marine Corps some days since...
338 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 8 October 1801 1801-10-08 I have Seen Col Burrows and I have arranged with him to be at the Barracks at half after 9 OClock...
339 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 30 September … 1801-09-30 The case of Doctor Barraud brought to your attention by Judge Tucker was acted upon before I came...
340 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 11 September … 1801-09-11 I have great satisfaction in informing you that the Elections in the State of Maryland for...
341 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 4 September 1801 1801-09-04 I cannot find that any of the 20,000 Dol fund can be spared for the purpose mentioned in your...
342 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 31 August 1801 1801-08-31 From the dispatches received by Captain Rodgers , which will be transmitted by this post from the...
343 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 17 August 1801 1801-08-17 I have the honor to transmit herewith Abstracts of the Warrants on the Treasury issued by me for...
344 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 7 August 1801 1801-08-07 The chief Clerk of the department of State having this morning shewn to me a Letter from mr...
345 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 20 July 1801 1801-07-20 Instead of proceeding to Washington immediately and of returning, as suggested by you, in the...
346 Smith, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Smith, 13 July 1801 1801-07-13 I have the honor of acknowleging the receipt of your favor of the 9th in which you were pleased...
347 Smith, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Smith, 5 September … 1789-09-05 Permit me to inform you, that I shall be happy in Obtaining an appointment in the Judicial...
348 Smith, Robert Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Robert Smith, 31 May 1789 1789-05-31 Baltimore, May 31, 1789. Acknowledges receipt of a letter from Hamilton enclosing “a Bond from...
349 Smith, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Smith, 3 March 1780 1780-03-03 I am honoured with yours of the 4th ulto to Our House, now desolved by the death of my worthy...
350 Smith, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Captain Robert Smith, 4 … 1778-10-04 I have been so unfortunate as to have a Relapse of a Fever, with which I was confin’d some Time...
351 Smith, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Captain Robert Smith, 2 … 1777-12-02 Hardly any thing has come out to Day. No Passes have been granted from Town. Some Ladies who got...
352 Smith, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Captain Robert Smith, 18 … 1777-11-18 The Bearer is kind enough to take Charge of a Packet of Letters brot out by a Flag, all private....