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He proposes to establish three colonies under the authority of the U.S. to be peopled with...
A blank temporary commsn for this office was sent to the Southward before the last session of...
This letter is a duplicate of one J. W. had the honor to translate, in the summer, containing a...
On Saturday evening arrived in this city Capt. Rogers of the Maryland, accompanied by Mr....
By the Frigate President, Capt. Barron, which is now in the River, with about 100 of the late...
Note. The instructions of Mr. Lear were sent to the Senate with the Treaty. The cooperation of...
J. Wagner sends his best respects to the President with the letter from M. Heise & a translation....
J. Wagner presents his best respects to the President of the U. States. The pardon of Joseph...
A counter post—to Kingston if it can be made sufficiently safe, seems to be a natural provision...
J. Wagner has the honor to present his respects to the President and to return him the german...
Jacob Ridgway of Pennsylvania— Antwerp . Note a blank commission for this port was sent to Mr....
I have the honor to enclose, according to your directions, two Sealed commons, one for Samuel...
It is respectfully requested that this letter, if approved, may be sealed & sent to the Post...
Previously to the departure of Mr. Madison for Philadelphia (which took place on thursday) he...
This treaty and copy were heretofore sent to the President, in order that he might send it to...
Dates of Commons. Michael McClary— N. Hampshire— 3 May 1802 John Swartwout— N. York—
Lest the annexed may not come to your hands in original, via Orange Ct. house, as soon as by this...
No such convention for the mutual delivery of offenders exists; though the Spaniards have often...
J. Wagner’s best respects to the President of the U. States The letter, returned herein, is...
On Saturday evening arrived Capt. Dulton with dispatches from the Ministers at Madrid, announcing...
In transmitting to you the enclosed letters from Messrs. Bowdoin, Bourne, Maury and...
J. Wagner’s best respects to the President of the U. States. He has learnt at the French...
J: Wagner presents his best respects to the President of the U. States and has the honor to...
The Secretary of State supposes, that the within abstract in the form of a report to the...
Should this letter not be returned, J. Wagner will conclude that it has been approved and that...
To the Marquis Yrajo I have had the honor to deliver the letter enclosed in your note of the...
J Wagner presents his best respects to the President of the United States and encloses an...
Mr. Wagner has the honor to present his respects to the President. The enclosed letter is...
William G. Garland, of Louisiana, Naval Officer for the Port of New Orleans.—29 May— Edmund P....
J. Wagner’s best respects to the President. A copy of Mr. Lear’s instructions for making peace...