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I was in the act of writing you a note when I received your’s together with the enclosures. Being...
I enclose Mr Gerry’s letter—There was, in my opinion, but one way in which he might have saved...
Before I wait on you on the subject of the present scarcity of specie & pressure on the Banks, I...
As Mr Harvie declines going to France, the former arrangement recurs. Lieut. Leonard of the navy...
Your letter of the 23d reached me on the 28th. An inconvenience arises from the mode adopted for...
I have the honor to enclose a copy of the circular to Collectors in relation to Quarantine laws &...
I enclose a letter from the collector of Baltimore to Mr Duval respecting the Statues. It appears...
I return the recommendation for the office of “Surveyor of the port of Salem and inspector of the...
You omitted mentioning the Post office where to direct the Letter to Dr. Bache . I have filled...
Harwood to Munroe The first instalment of 40,000 dollars shall be paid at any time, in the year...
I have the honor to return Mr. Murray’s letters. That gentleman may be informed that suits have...
The counterfeiting of notes of the Bank of the United States, or of coins of the sd. States, are...
So far as relates to the business of the office, I might complete & arrange every thing within a...
Observations on Soulard’s letter &c. These documents shew 1st. that Trudeau had left blank...
Colo. Few saw Mr Habersham this morning. He is unwilling to accept of the Collectorship in...
Intended opposition & violations in Massachussets. I have no doubt that 2 or 3 hundred vessels...
I have the honor to enclose a statement shewing the situation of collection of the arrears of...
Indiana Lead mines May be leased for five years by 5 Sec. of Act of 3 March 1807. page 336 last...
I hope that your administration will afford but few materials to historians; and we have already...
I wrote you this morning that the receipts in the treasury have exceeded for the year ending 30th...
I enclose E. Burroughs’s proposals for two of the Chesapeak light houses. From every information,...
Penniman’s letter was 18 days on the road: it is probable that every thing will be over before...
What is the precise designation of office of Messrs. Armstrong & Bowdoin by virtue of which the 2...
Ca. 15 December 1801. Encloses a letter from his friend DuPonceau about the U.S. consul at Rome....
I have the honor to enclose a letter from the collector of Boston, in which he recommends the...
The Collectors continue to apply for sea-letters: we have none to send them. Is it intended to...
I am again compelled to address you on the subject of Governor Sullivan’s certificates, which he...
On the 4th Septer. 1804, I transmitted to you certain affidavits respecting the recapture of the...
I enclose two letters from George Davis deputy surveyor under Mr Briggs, copy of my answer to the...
I enclose the copy of an explanatory letter to the Marshal. Whatever relates to that subject is...