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The “Act to provide for the more convenient organization of the Courts of the United States,”...
Permit me to say that I consider Saml. Johnston, Esq. of N. C. at present a circuit judge of the...
I do myself the honor to enclose to you a Resolution of the Senate of this day. I have the honor...
I find there will be a vacancy in the office of judge for the district of Vermont—permit me sir...
I take the liberty of recommending as a circuit Judge for the Districts of Maryland & Virginia,...
It is with the most respectfull deference that I take the Liberty of offering to your...
As I consider the Appointment of a Judge, for the fifth Circuit, of very great Importance to the...
I have long been acquainted with Samuel Bayard Esq. of New Rochelle, in the State of New York,...
In the event of the Hon. Benjamin Bourn being appointed a circuit judge in the first circuit,...
Having inclosed to the Secretary of the Treasury, a petition, addressed to your Excellency...
The Office of Collector of the Port of New Haven in the State of Connecticut having become vacant...
Upon perusing with more attention a letter from Judge Lowell which I had the honor to mention to...
In consequence of the passage of a law during the present session of Congress for organizing the...
When I left Virginia a vacancy in the Collectorship of Alexandria seemed to be expected. Should...
The Act pass’d this sessions, for the revisal of the Judicial sistem, will require the...
By the provisions of the Act respecting the Judiciary, which has just become a Law—a new District...
The Act to provide for the more convenient organization of the Courts of the United States,...
I extremely regret that my business requiring an immediate Return, prevented my having the honor...
When I sported the Idea of an Ambassadorship I meant Nothing more than that it must be a most...
I take the liberty of addressing you upon a Subject, which, though of little Importance to you,...
I arrived here about half after Six, without any accident, but beat and bang’d enough I do not...
In the event of the “Bill for the more convenient Organization of the Courts of the United...
This bein y for the Choice of President of the once united States I can not but view it as an...
The House of Representatives having Set unusually late the last two days I have been prevented...
A desire to promote the happiness of our common country has induced me to address you at this...
We beg leave respectfully to recommend Edward St Loe Livermore late a Judge in our supreme court,...
The collector’s office at New Haven being vacant, I beg leave to mention to you Mr. Nathan Beers...
Mr Wetmore who has been long a barrister at the bar of this state, but who meeting with pecuniary...
It being presumed that the bill for the amendment of the Judiciary System will by your...
In the course of last year on the receipt of information from mr. Lee of Norfolk, that a Mariner...