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I owe you an apology for so long retaining the enclosed letter. You are probably informed that...
I understand a law has passed creating the office of Solicitor to the Treasury and the intimate...
If my attachment to an old and worthy friend shall need any auxiliary aid to justify the trouble...
Presuming that it may be acceptable to you to know the progress and prospects of the...
The proofs I have had of your confidence and regard and the belief that the opinions which I have...
Limitations of the real estate. 1. to the husband for life, without impeachment of waste, and...
By the invitation of Professor Patterson Presnt. of the mint I was few days since highly...
I took occasion, some short time since, verbally to represent to you the merits & qualifications...
§ From William Jones. 30 November 1814, Navy Department. “The promotions and appointments...
§ From William Jones. 30 November 1814, Navy Department. “The promotion of the within names, is...
§ From William Jones. 29 November 1814, Navy Department. “I have the honor to enclose, for your...
The promotions designated in the paper herewith are required for the Naval Service of the United...
In exhibiting to you the list of proposed promotions from Masters Commandant to Captains I...
The President will perceive that Com Chauncey is of opinion that two Ships of the line and one...
In obedience to your instructions to take the preparatory steps for increasing our Naval force on...
I respectfully submit the enclosed in order to suggest the expediency of instructing Mr Crawford...
The Secretary of the Navy respectfully submits the accompanying proceedings to the President and...
With respect to money the Department is truly in the most untoward Situation. I have now laying...
§ From William Jones. 14 October 1814, Navy Department. “I have the honor to enclose, herewith, a...
I have been extremely uneasy for the fate of those vessels until the receipt of this. None but a...
The papers numbered 1 @ 5 and that marked A. herewith enclosed were received from Com. Decatur by...
Allow me to present to your view the enclosed sketch of our financial means, which is the result...
Tis truly glorious news & nothing could have been better timed. We can now strengthen Chauncy so...
The determination which I was compelled to form and communicate to you on the 25th of April last...
The circumstances connected with my private affairs which induced me to explain to you on the...
Respectfully offered for the consideration of the President. The late disaster is the result of a...
I have deemed it proper to submit to your inspection the enclosed letter from Commodore...
When I came into office the Hospital establishment at Charleston So C. was on Shore maintained at...
The enclosed is from Doctor Buchanan of the Navy Com Chaunceys Physician. Chauncey has doubtless...
Blocks and Iron work were under his entire direction with ample means of procuring. In Com. C....