You
have
selected

  • Author

    • Gallatin, Albert
  • Period

    • Jefferson Presidency

Recipient

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 9

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Author="Gallatin, Albert" AND Period="Jefferson Presidency"
Results 781-810 of 825 sorted by date (ascending)
What can be done? This is a flagrant violation, but one of the Cases which, unless there should...
Letter from M’culloch & rough draft of an answer submitted to the President. He is a good man,...
I presume that this application may now be granted, informing the party that only one vessel will...
Folly landing & Chingoteghe inlet are in Accomack Co. Virginia. I received information early in...
This is sent only to shew additional reasons for stationing Gun boats in that district. I will...
Indiana lead mines On application of John Brown, D. Gano, & Shultz of Kentucky, the President...
I came late in the office, & having only verbal alterations to propose of no importance, do not...
No heed has ever been made to Indians of lands reserved to them in this manner, for two...
President’s message First paragraph. As the message will have a much more rapid & extensive...
Wabash Salines This encloses 1. Modifications in the contract with the lessees as agreed on by...
Intrusions on public lands Instructions have been sent to Freeman for the purpose of accepting...
The collector of Barnstable & his son who acts as deputy have faithfully used their best...
Recommendations for the office of collector of Washington, N.C. 1: H. Keays recommended by Mr....
As we have no complete return from the collectors of the vessels which sailed under permission, I...
Both Mr Madison & myself concur in opinion that considering the temper of the legislature or...
No vessel with a cargo can be permitted to touch at Havannah, as such cargo would undoubtedly be...
I enclose sundry letters which will I hope be sufficiently intelligible. Indisposition prevents...
I have the honor to enclose D.W. Coxe’s application & papers respecting the ship “Comet” which...
Intended opposition & violations in Massachussets. I have no doubt that 2 or 3 hundred vessels...
Will you be pleased to return Collector Simm’s letter in which he submitted Lamphier’s...
I understand Mr Harrison’s nomination has been negatived. As we must within twelve days make a...
The conduct of M. Woolsey collector of Champlain (N.Y.) had apparently been so fair & energetic...
I enclose two letters from the collectors of Delaware, & Barnstable respectively with the...
Will you have the goodness to read the enclosed report & to suggest any alterations which you may...
In conformity with the suggestions arising from the complaints made respecting the French vessel...
I receive perpetual complaints respecting the delay in issuing patents for lands. After the...
It being the duty of the district attorney to decide in the first instance of the propriety of...
I have the honor to transmit a statement shewing, as far as returns have been received from the...
I had already received & rejected a duplicate of Jacob Smith’s petition. There could be no...
The complaints against—Clarke, collector of York (Maine) respecting violations of the embargo, if...