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1 October 1803, Treasury Department . “I have the honor to transmit herewith, for your...
I have the honor to enclose triplicates of a letter for Mr. Livingston, Minister plenipotentiary...
It appears by a letter from Messrs. Baring dated 9th Augt. last that they were in advance for St....
24 December 1803, Treasury Department. “I have the honour of enclosing for your information and...
I have the honor to return Mr. Erving’s letter of the 28th: Ultimo and its enclosures. It appears...
The papers required by the resolution of the house are not those which might have been exhibited...
… yet there is reason to believe that the authorised district, even as described in the 11th...
The plan of transferring the monies received on account of the adventures of Masters & Seamen of...
16 April 1804, Treasury Department. “I have the honour to request that you will direct that the...
I have the honor to return Mr. Murray’s letters. That gentleman may be informed that suits have...
30 April 1804, Treasury Department. “I have the honor to transmit for your information a letter...
30 April 1804, Treasury Department. “I had the honor to receive your letter of the 28th. instant;...
12 June 1804, Treasury Department. “In answer to your letter of the 9th inst., I have the honour...
26 September 1804, Treasury Department. “I have the honour to transmit copies of the...
7 December 1804. “I enclose an extract of a letter from Colo. Allan of Passamaquody, by which it...
27 December 1804, Treasury Department. “I have the honor to return Mr. Wynn’s letter. It seems to...
In conformity with your request, I have examined the papers relative to the case of the Brig...
As Mr Harvie declines going to France, the former arrangement recurs. Lieut. Leonard of the navy...
I do not perceive any appropriation from which Mr. Young’s account can be paid. The appropriation...
I enclose the copy of a note which I sent yesterday to General Turreau, and a letter I have this...
12 March 1805 , Treasury Department . “The delays, which have taken place in adjusting the claims...
I have the honor to enclose the copy of a letter written to Mr Merry respecting the proposed...
22 April 1805, Treasury Department . “It appears by the enclosed abstract, transmitted to this...
I have the honor to enclose the vouchers in support of Govr. Claiborne’s charge of Drs. 4120/100...
It seems evident from the 3d Section of the act, that the three months wages must be paid even in...
A commission is wanted in the name of Peter A. Schenk of New York as Marshal of do., which should...
25 May 1805, Treasury Department . “I beg leave to remind you that no appropriation has been made...
It cannot be expected that the Banks will make a loan to La Fayette: they never lend on real...
I return the Spanish correspondence & the Algiers letter. Although there are some unpleasant...
Mr Merry claims the exemption from duty for what may be imported by Mr Foster (for his own use)...