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Both Mr Madison & myself concur in opinion that considering the temper of the legislature or...
As we have no complete return from the collectors of the vessels which sailed under permission, I...
Recommendations for the office of collector of Washington, N.C. 1: H. Keays recommended by Mr....
The collector of Barnstable & his son who acts as deputy have faithfully used their best...
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...
I came late in the office, & having only verbal alterations to propose of no importance, do not...
Indiana lead mines On application of John Brown, D. Gano, & Shultz of Kentucky, the President...
This is sent only to shew additional reasons for stationing Gun boats in that district. I will...
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...
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 am at last enabled by the information received from the southern Survr. Gen. (Mr Pease) to...
The facts as here stated I believe to be true. The restriction not being made by Law could only...
I enclose a letter addressed to you, respecting the internal duties. If you approve the...
On account of a suit against the collector of Boston, your signature to the endorsement of the...
The reductions in the allowances to Supervisors, & Officers acting as Supervisors, proposed in my...
For information Shews—1. that as been stated from Crowninshield & another quarter, Cross the...
Your letter of August 26th has with its enclosures been laid before the President who has...
Brig Hiram had sailed from Providence to Martinique with permission & is sent, with several...
In the case of the Hampden & Sidney , for which permission had been granted by Govr. Langdon, the...
B. Crowninshield wishes change of collectors in Boston; Newbury port & some where else—either...
I am clearly of opinion that the issuing of certificates is unnecessary & improper. The monthly...
The conduct of the Naval commandant (Porter) is not intelligible. There has already been some...
I have answered a letter from this man, a few days ago, stating that the bills would not be paid...
I am again compelled to address you on the subject of Governor Sullivan’s certificates, which he...
Your letters of 2d & 5th I received only on the 12th instt.—I intend leaving this on the 21st &...