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I am honored with yours of the 5th. Instant and the President had put into my hands your letter...
I enclose a copy of captn Perrys letter of the 2d Inst received this day. You will perceive he...
Circumstances over which I have no controul having coerced a determination on my part to retire...
§ From William Jones. 14 June 1814, Navy Department. “The Christian name of Mr French not being...
I return the proceedings of the Court Martial at Sackets Harbour for your decision on the...
§ From William Jones. 14 October 1814, Navy Department. “I have the honor to enclose, herewith, a...
§ From William Jones. 8 July 1814, Navy Department. “I have the honor to enclose for your...
I have this moment received the details of Perrys Victory. It was sanguinary & severe. We lost...
I returned at 6 this evening much fatigued having overset but without injury. The roads are...
§ From William Jones. 29 November 1814, Navy Department. “I have the honor to enclose, for your...
I have the honor to enclose herewith the proceedings of a Court martial held on board the United...
A letter from Genl Boyd and a private one from Genl Williams states that Com Chauncey lost two of...
The enclosed is copy of a letter received this morning from Capt Perry. Thus Sir you see the...
At 4 AM I received the enclosed from Captain Morris and immediately came to this place to order...
§ From William Jones. 23 February 1814, Navy Department. “I have the honor to submit, for your...
With respect to money the Department is truly in the most untoward Situation. I have now laying...
Tis truly glorious news & nothing could have been better timed. We can now strengthen Chauncy so...
The proofs I have had of your confidence and regard and the belief that the opinions which I have...
§ From William Jones. 30 November 1814, Navy Department. “The promotions and appointments...
By the invitation of Professor Patterson Presnt. of the mint I was few days since highly...
The resolution of the Senate of the 31st of December last requests the President of the United...
Last night Coll Duval of Annapolis came up from that place in haste to see the Secretary at War...
I have pleasure in sending the enclosed letters which show that com. Chauncey has determined upon...
The enclosed report is prepared in consequence of a call from the Chairman of the Naval Committee...
I return the proceedings of the court martial in the case of Lieut Sevier and upon reflection I...
The letter & Postscript which you saw published in the National Intelligencer giving an acct of...
Unless some additional proposals come in by the northern mail this day which I do not expect, the...
The northern mail of yesterday brought an account of the partial success of Chauncey in capturing...
Accept my congratulations and the glorious little victory of the Enterprize over the Boxer. It is...
I took occasion, some short time since, verbally to represent to you the merits & qualifications...
The promotions designated in the paper herewith are required for the Naval Service of the United...
The Secretary of the Navy respectfully submits the accompanying proceedings to the President and...
I owe you an apology for so long retaining the enclosed letter. You are probably informed that...
The President will perceive that Com Chauncey is of opinion that two Ships of the line and one...
The enclosed extracts and copies from Com Chauncey & Captn Perrys letters and from the private...
As information from respectable private sources may in the absence of Official intelligence serve...
I enclose for your perusal the official letters of Commodore Chauncey 27, 28, 29. June which the...
Blocks and Iron work were under his entire direction with ample means of procuring. In Com. C....
The importance of the matter and of the observations contained in the enclosed letter compel me...
Presuming that it may be acceptable to you to know the progress and prospects of the...
Agreably to a Resolution of the Legislature of this State, pass’d at their Session the last week,...
The enclosed letters display our military force in the NW in wretched plight; but the judicious...
In compliance with the resolution of the Senate of the 13th. instant, I have the honor to state,...
I have received a Despatch from Com Chauncey dated the 13th. at Sacketts Harbour where he had...
A vacancy having occurred by the death of the late Naval Officer for the port of Philad. permit...
In conformity with the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 30th. of July 1813....
Although the duties of my proper Depmt engross my attention almost to the exclusion of every...
When I came into office the Hospital establishment at Charleston So C. was on Shore maintained at...
Extract from a letter from Fort George U. C. Augt. 17. 1813 By a despatch last night at Taptoo we...
The enclosed is from Doctor Buchanan of the Navy Com Chaunceys Physician. Chauncey has doubtless...