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I have the honor to enclose the report of Richard L. Green, of the repairs necessary to prevent...
Mr Nourse waits for official information of the day on which possession of New Orleans was...
I arrived here last Sunday, and finding both the Vice President & DeWitt Clinton out of town, was...
I send 35 applications for dispatching vessels in ballast referred by the collectors. They are...
Ogden versus Tucker Since Mr Ogden applied for those documents, Mr Pearson, the federalist...
It may be agreed that the land shall be applied to no purpose than light house—& that the keeper...
An endorsement on the enclosed letter somewhat similar to that sketched , will be sufficient...
The President was authorised to cause to be opened a road, or roads through the territory lately...
The security for the office of Receiver must not be nominal. If M. Maury is not worth 10,000...
I was much disappointed in finding this morning that you were gone; for I had understood that you...
I find upon enquiry that the State of New York did in the year 1800, obtain credit, under the...
The Constitution of the State of Ohio requiring that a man to be eligible to the Legislature...
I enclose three more applications for the office of collector of Gloucester vice Gibault...
I enclose three letters from the Supervisor of South Carolina which relate in part to a bill of...
The Commissrs. of the City, without consulting any person on the subject, have offered, to the...
The only information received by this Department in relation to any “attempts made to give...
I do not perceive that any alteration is necessary in the enclosed. But I think that it would be...
I have the honor to enclose a letter from John Young, a mariner, who being sick within the limits...
Is it proper to submit this letter to the Attorney general in order to examine whether...
I could not obtain a copy of the revenue law for New Orleans and am informed that it was sent to...
I enclose a letter from Mr Trist which does not give a very flattering account of our official...
I have received your letter of the 14th instt., in which you justly correct my transposition of...
I return the list of nominations with a few corrections. The paper marked L.H. respecting E....
I have the honour to enclose a copy of a Letter from the Collector of Bristol Rhode Island, and I...
I regret that you entered into a correspondence with D. M. Randolph on the subject of his...
It is provided by the 61st section of the act to regulate the collection of duties on imports &...
The conduct of M. Woolsey collector of Champlain (N.Y.) had apparently been so fair & energetic...
Conversing with Mr Madison on the subject of Mobile , and of our regulations respecting the...
I herewith transmit three copies of the annual account of the contingent fund; one of which is...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to enclose the within letter, in order to know...