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Being deeply impressed with the Sense of His Majesty’s anxiety, that full effect should be given...
Having had the honor to state to You, that I am expressly precluded by my Instructions, from...
Mr. Rose begs leave to express to the President his unfeigned sense of his goodness; the work...
Mr. Rose begs leave to assure Mr. Madison, that it will be perfectly convenient to him to do...
Mr. Rose will do himself the honor of waiting upon Mr. Madison at his house at 2 o’clock, this...
Mr. Rose will do himself the honor of attending Mr. Madison at his own House this day at 2...
Should it entirely suit Mr. Madison’s Convenience, Mr. Rose would do himself the honor of waiting...
His Britannic Majesty having been pleased to charge me with a Special Mission to The United...
Mr. Rose begs leave to assure Mr. Madison that He shall have great Pleasure in attending him...
Your esteemed favour of the 4th, containing the route from this to Charlottville, by Elk & Slate...
As the season is approaching when the musters of the year must commence, I find it necessary and...
It appearing that the Office of Librarian to the United States Library is vacant—at the instance...
Your esteemed favour of 23d Inst was regularly forwarded, had I been in place to receive it—The...
Having understood that Coll: C Simms of Alexandria has sent in his Commission as Collector of the...
I observe it is stated in the Public Prints , that you have communicated to Doctr. Waterhouse the...
I flatter myself that your personal acquaintance with my Father and Family will be a sufficient...
§ From Joseph Warner Rose. 14 May 1806, Boston. “Having heard of an opportunity direct from this...
I take the earliest Opportunity to Inform you of my arrival, a nd beg leave to say, that I have...
§ From Joseph Warner Rose. 15 November 1805, Worcester. “I have taken the earliest opportunity on...
In consequence of the Embargo very few Opportunities have offered so as to have enabled me to...
As I have not had the honor of any Commands from you since my Arrival I presume whatever has been...
I have the honor to enclose you a Return of Vessels detained by His Majesty’s Cruizers and...
I have the Honor of inclosing you an extract of a letter received this Moment from a very...
By the arrival this Morning of His Britannic Majesty’s Ship St. Christopher Captain John Tancock...
I had the pleasure of addressing you the 13th. Instant and I now beg leave to inform you that Sir...
The Ship Washington James Christie having been detained and sent into this Port for examination...
My last respects was dated the 20th, shewing my arrival and as a Court of Admiralty was held...
My last Respects was under date the 1st: Ulto: duplicate of which you have herewith. I am sorry...
On the 22nd December I had the honor of addressing you duplicate of which you have herewith Since...
I have the honor of enclosing a return of American Vessels brought into this Port for...