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Your favor of the 7th instt. was received on the 11th, the day after the mail had closed. It...
I am this moment favored with your letter of the 14th instt. & although I have little to add to...
20 August 1801, Treasury Department. Encloses copy of letter from collector at Boston in response...
The letter I had the pleasure to write to you the other day , & intended to send by Dr Bache will...
My child continuing very unwell , I sent him with Miss Nicholson about 16 miles out of town, mean...
I duly received your favor of the 28th ulto.—In the case of the intended successor of Gen. White...
This will be handed by Mr M. L. Davies of New York, the candidate for the naval office. I used my...
In relation to Gardner and Campbell formerly clerks in the Auditor’s office, their case is not...
I have nothing new to communicate; expecting to see you in a few days, and being much engaged...
23 September 1801, Treasury Department. Encloses copy of letter from collector at Boston and copy...
The Secretary of the Treasury wishes to know where the Commrs., appointed to decide on the claims...
It is requested by Mr Hancock , if not impracticable, that he should obtain this afternoon the...
The enclosed letter from Mr Dallas, received this morning, showeth that the Brit. Consul has not...
I have the honor to enclose a letter this moment received from Mr Latimer on the subject of Mr...
I enclose the applications for the office of collector of customs at Wilmington. The office is...
24 October 1801, Treasury Department. Encloses copy of letter from George Latimer about prize...
Enclosed is a letter of Mr Macon, & one from Mr Steele to whom I had communicated Mr Macon’s,...
27 October 1801, Treasury Department. Encloses letter from Oliver Ellsworth, which had been...
5 November 1801. Relays his and the comptroller’s opinion that if a lawsuit were instituted...
The Commr. of Loans Georgia is dead and Mr Millege recommends a Mr Alger for successor . Shall Mr...
Enclosed you will find the letters received by last mail. ( one excepted from Survr. gen. on...
Of the letters which accompany this, I request your attention to that which relates to the mint....
Will you look at Mr Ingersoll’s acct. & letters? It was objected to by this Departt. as being too...
Mr Nourse acts, & has for ten years acted, as agent for the disbursements of this department for...
Mr Edmund Randolph late Secretary of State; against whom a suit has been instituted, by the...
14 November 1801, Treasury Department. Encloses papers [not found] pertaining to Colonel...
I enclose some hasty remarks on the message— The incorrectness of the documents of exports of...
foreign powers friendly — effect if redress is meant, it seems wrong to raise expectations which...
Outlines &a. 1. Specific appropriations—for each object of a distinct nature, and one to embrace...
Enclosed are the letters by this mail. The application of A. Bell, at all events, comes too late;...