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Be pleased to sign and transmit the enclosed transfer. It is intended to meet the 80,000 Drs....
Unless some additional proposals come in by the northern mail this day which I do not expect, the...
I herewith enclose a Tableau of the several Districts, candidates & persons recommending for...
The letter & Postscript which you saw published in the National Intelligencer giving an acct of...
The northern mail of yesterday brought an account of the partial success of Chauncey in capturing...
A vacancy having occurred by the death of the late Naval Officer for the port of Philad. permit...
In compliance with the resolution of the Senate of the 13th. instant, I have the honor to state,...
Measures are taken to forward the Embargo Act with a p[r]int circular to the collectors and it...
With anxious solicitude for the return of the Secretary of the Treasury which at the time of his...
No man has been more conversant with Banking Institutions, monied operations, and Stocks, than Mr...
The enclosed letters display our military force in the NW in wretched plight; but the judicious...
The resolution of the Senate of the 31st of December last requests the President of the United...
In conformity with the Resolution of the Senate on the 3d. Instant I have now the honor to...
In pursuance of the resolution of Congress, of the 19th. of March 1812, directing the Secretary...
On the subject of the Claim of Mr Mix for the cost of Torpedos said to have been prepared and...
§ From William Jones. 4 February 1814, Navy Department. “I have the Honor to enclose for your...
In conformity with the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 30th. of July 1813....
§ From William Jones. 17 February 1814, Navy Department. “I have the honour to submit to your...
§ From William Jones. 23 February 1814, Navy Department. “I have the honor to submit, for your...
Although the duties of my proper Depmt engross my attention almost to the exclusion of every...
I enclose these papers as a partial illustration of the ruinous extent to which smuggling is...
§ From William Jones. 23 March 1814, Navy Department. “The Appointments and nominations...
§ From William Jones. 11 April 1814, Navy Department. “The promotions & appointments designated...
Circumstances over which I have no controul having coerced a determination on my part to retire...
Your favor of the 4th. came to hand this morning. If the information received by the Secretary of...
Accept my congratulations upon the event of another brilliant achievement by our brave Tars. The...
I have the honor to enclose herewith the proceedings of a Court martial held on board the United...
The enclosed are copies of letters from Commodore Chauncey which came to hand yesterday. The...
The last date recd from Com Chauncey is of the 9th with Copy of a letter that morning received...
The enclosed are copies of the last received from Com. Chauncey. I regret to find that the enemy...
In obedience to your order of the 3d Inst I have the honor to Report the Several documents...
Will you be pleased to name the three 74s now building one of which is to be launched on the 20...
§ From William Jones. 14 June 1814, Navy Department. “The Christian name of Mr French not being...
The importance of the matter and of the observations contained in the enclosed letter compel me...
The defenceless condition of this State & the imminent & increasing danger of hostile attack...
§ From William Jones. 8 July 1814, Navy Department. “I have the honor to enclose for your...
§ From William Jones. 9 July 1814, Navy Department. “I have the honor to enclose for your...
The enclosed I am persuaded is written by some personal enemy to Com Chauncey. Will you have the...
The northern mail which ought to have arrived yesterday has been received but not a line from...
Blocks and Iron work were under his entire direction with ample means of procuring. In Com. C....
The enclosed is from Doctor Buchanan of the Navy Com Chaunceys Physician. Chauncey has doubtless...
When I came into office the Hospital establishment at Charleston So C. was on Shore maintained at...
I have deemed it proper to submit to your inspection the enclosed letter from Commodore...
Respectfully offered for the consideration of the President. The late disaster is the result of a...
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...
Tis truly glorious news & nothing could have been better timed. We can now strengthen Chauncy so...
Allow me to present to your view the enclosed sketch of our financial means, which is the result...
The papers numbered 1 @ 5 and that marked A. herewith enclosed were received from Com. Decatur by...
I have been extremely uneasy for the fate of those vessels until the receipt of this. None but a...