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I observe by the concluding paragraph of your letter of the 10th. instant that you contemplate...
I observe by the concluding paragraph of your letter of the 10th instant that you contemplate...
In order to form an opinion on the query contained in your letter of the 10th instant, whether it...
I now communicate the result of my conference with the Commander in Chief and General Pinckney,...
Since my arrival at this place I have been closely engaged, with the aid of Generals Hamilton and...
You will observe that in the arrangement of the officers allotted to New York there is an...
I shall now present to your view the additional objects alluded to in my letter of this date. A...
Private Dear Sir, Philadelphia 13th Decr 1798 I am really ashamed to offer the letters &ca...
You will observe that in the arrangement of the officers alloted to New York there is an...
Private Dear Sir, Chester [Pa.] 14th Decr 1798. Having requested that the nomination of Mr Custis...
I regretted that I was detained to the last moment of being in time for the stage, to which my...
Being detained on the East bank of this River by Northwesterly winds & consequent low tides, I...
The president of the U.S. requests the Secy. at war to present to each of the heads of department...
You will observe among the propositions lately communicated by the Commander in Chief, that of...
You are informed that Mr. Hill is in possession of drafts of surveys made during the last war of...
I have been reflecting on the subject of an arrangement for the command of the 2d. Regiment of...
I am this moment favoured with your letter of the 18th. instant and thank you for the ideas...
I do not know what is the practice in nominations, as to annexing Counties to names; but I do...
As it may possibly not have come to you through any other channel, I think it well to inform you...
Your favor of the 28th Ulto I have duly received. I have no wish that any sentiments of mine,...
The unascertained situation, in which I have been, since my acceptance of the Military...
I received on Saturday two letters from you desiring that your different propositions might be...
I find I cannot have ready for this days post the bill for the Provisional army. Inclosed are...
You will receive herewith the Draft of a Bill for a provisional army. It includes only those...
This will be handed to you by Mr. Brinley a Gentleman of New Port who is on the list of...
I send you the draft of a Bill for regulating the Medical Establishment (I avoid purposely the...
You ask my opinion as to proper arrangements for the command of the Military Force, on the ground...
The enclosed letter for Mr McAlpin (my Tayler in Philadelphia) left open for your perusal, may be...
I have duly received your letters of the 5th 10th & 21st & 22d of this month, with their several...
Presly Thornton, who is appointed a Captain in one of the Virginia Regiments, and in the list of...
New York, February 6, 1799. “… I perceive that it will be useful for me in the progress of the...
In one of your letters you desire me to think of the Distribution of the States into recruiting...
Enclosed are sundry letters which have come to my hands, requesting Appointments in the Army of...
Your letter of the 1st instant is received. Whatever appearance, or shape, the Uniform intended...
New York, February 11, 1799. “I have this moment received your letter of the 4th instant to the...
I send you open for your perusal a letter for General Wilkinson dated yesterday. If there be...
It is very material to me to have without delay the distribution of the additional twelve...
The enclosed letter from Major Lawrence Lewis requires explanation, and it is the purpose of this...
Upon the strength of the Representation, in the letter of which the inclosed is a copy I have...
I have maturely considered the questions raised by your letter of the 21 of January with the aid...
I have been duly favoured with your letter of the 12th ultimo—and am much obliged by your kind...
New York, March 5, 1799 . “I recur to your letters of the 31st of January 4th 15 21. 22 23 & 27...
As the original of the inclosed duplicate must have miscarried, I take the liberty to ask the...
Ought it not to be a rule to forward from your department to the Major Generals, as they are...
It is a construction of the law warranted by usage that the President shall appoint the requisite...
I have digested some alterations in and additions to the Recruiting Instructions which I now send...
To Section III No foreigner by birth shall be enlisted unless he shall have become a citizen of...
New York, March 16, 1799. “Though I have not as yet complete materials for arranging all the...
Beware, my Dear Sir, of magnifying a riot into an insurrection, by employing in the first...
In compliance with the object of your letter of the 15. instant, I have put in motion two...