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I find that all Commissions are made out in your office. Those agreed upon yesterday & which, the...
22 December 1802, Treasury Department. Encloses a copy of a letter from the collector at Salem...
20 November 1802. Gives a brief history of the origin of Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais’s...
I enclose the Auditor’s remarks on Mr Fenwick’s account. The nature of the vouchers necessary to...
The law of the 3d. May 1802 having directed that the sums payable by virtue of the convention of...
… yet there is reason to believe that the authorised district, even as described in the 11th...
It cannot be expected that the Banks will make a loan to La Fayette: they never lend on real...
§ From Albert Gallatin. 25 April 1806, Treasury Department. “The Secretary of the Treasury,...
Mr Rittenhouse arrived yesterday from Amsterdam, which he left 24 March, with Mr. Armstrong’s...
I enclose the rough draft of an Article for Spain, which tho’ I have rejected a number of...
Amongst the claims laid by Mr. Pichon, under the convention with France, there are three which...
I have the honor to enclose the vouchers in support of Govr. Claiborne’s charge of Drs. 4120/100...
I have the honor to return Mr. Merrys letter of the 20 ulto., and having received no information...
Upon consideration, I think it will be better to leave with me some blank commissions signed by...
17 August 1801, Treasury Department. Encloses letter [not found] from Griffith Evans, secretary...
The instructions from the President are necessary before I can purchase the bills. Every thing in...
26 May 1801, Treasury Department. Responds to query about reimbursement for Mr. Shaw, who has...
I have the honor to enclose the copy of a letter from the Collector of Norfolk, and of a...
As Mr Harvie declines going to France, the former arrangement recurs. Lieut. Leonard of the navy...
I have the honor to enclose a copy of the circular to Collectors in relation to Quarantine laws &...
I have the honor to return Mr. Murray’s letters. That gentleman may be informed that suits have...
Ca. 15 December 1801. Encloses a letter from his friend DuPonceau about the U.S. consul at Rome....
27 December 1802, Treasury Department. Requests a supply of sea letters for the use of vessels...