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I do myself the honor herewith to deliver a List of the Proposals received at this office for...
I have completed the Summer Contracts with more than common success, and fixed the mails for...
 I have paid from this office the following Sums, on account of the Roads from Nashville to...
G Granger presents his Complim’ts. to the President and informs him that the mails are made up...
The vote for Candidates for Congress is at the ratio of 7,000 federal to 3,800 Republican in...
G Granger presents his complimts to the Presidt: & with pleasure assures him of the election of...
I have the honor to inclose a report in relation to the most convenient and direct roads to...
I present you with the following statement relative to the contract made in January or rather...
 I have now the honor to enclose a continuam of Mr Eastons communication, and the pleasure to...
I had the honor to receive yours of the 7th. Ulto. inclosing Mr. Stewards Letter to the Secretary...
I designed to have called and taken leave of you before my departure from Washington but a press...
After writing you from Hartford yesterday morning I came to this City to attend the Legislature,...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of yours of the 9th. since which I have just contracted with Mr...
G Granger presents his most respectful compliments to the President and informs him that having...
The Elections of New York State have gone agt. us for Congress. all is not right I will write...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the President—he returns Mr. Eppes letter — Joseph Jones...
Upon looking over some private letters which were carefully laid aside when I went to Connecticut...
Yours of 31st. Ultimo arrived last Evening In Conformity to Your Wishes within Ten days I will...
Yours of the 29th. ult. has been received. While I feel delighted with the high confidence you...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the President & takes the liberty to inclose The “Genius of...
G Granger presents his respectful Compliments to the President & submits to his perusal a...
Yours of the 29th. Ulto: was received by the mail yesterday. The Inclosed Letter for Mr: Gerry I...
From Letters recd. here yesterday it appears that the elections in New York are not as bad as...
In a packet which will go by this days mail, I have forwarded a copy of Mr. Wolcots late pamphlet...
I have visited Our friends at Providence and had a full conversation with the Govr. Messrs....
I receivd. the inclosed by the last mail. The writer is Atto. for Mr Claiborne’s Government and...
I have furnish’d a daily Express, to pass between Fredericksburg and Monticello; the mail will...
I return the Communication of the British Minister relative to the Conduct, of the Post Master in...
Nothing short of the most urgent necessity could have induced me to add one mite to the Thousand...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the President and informs him that Marbell Camden was the...
I do hereby certify that no evil or inconvenience has arisen to the public from the employment of...
The extraordinary productions in the enclosed paper under the signatures of “A Western American”...
G Granger presents his Complimts to the President & returns the Letter from Mr. Ellery to Mr....
G Granger Presents his Compliments to the President & Informs that Mr Pease’s Christian name is...
Having completed all the business before me as Postmaster General and arranged evry thing...
I have lately received a letter from Mr Abrahams, dated, “Fort Stoddert, June 25th”, in which he...
In my Letter of Yesterday I designd to have mentiond: that Genl. Lyman had probably before this...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the Presidt. & incloses for his perusal sundry Letters &...
I take the liberty to inclose a Letter which I have recd from Mr: Bates: [also] One from a Mr:...
Messrs. Bull and Dodd have notified me of their declining to accept the appointment of...
I have to acknowledge yours of the 24th. & 26th. ultimo. Immediately after the receipt of the...
G Granger presents his Complimts to the President and incloses a Letter from Perpt. Edwards by...
G Granger presents his compliments to the President, and in relation to the case of Moss of...
G Granger presents his compliments to The Presidt. and assures him he has carefully & attentively...
On examining my private papers, I find the enclos’d address which was transmitted me by Henery...
I take the liberty to enclose a letter of June 17th. from Gov. Claiborne, on the subject of a new...
G Granger presents his compliments to the President and returns the letters transmitted to him—he...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of yours of the 1st. of September—A thousand considerations...
Yours of the 14th. inclosing Mr. Redick’s letter; & the Maysville petition was duly received. Of...
Our Elections are passed and altho the Tories will have a handsome majority yet their Infamous...