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Permit me to present, with this, a letter from James Turner, Esquire, of North Carolina, Senator...
§ From Josiah Meigs. 19 May 1815. “I herewith enclose forty blank Patents for your signature.”...
Doctor Daniel Drake of Cincinnati, Ohio, has requested me to present to you a Copy of his Book...
In consequence of your enquiries, relative to the claim of the Marquis de la Fayette, I have the...
§ From Josiah Meigs. 6 May 1815, General Land Office. “The original of the enclosed patent was...
§ From Josiah Meigs. 20 May 1815. “I enclose you a Patent for Signature, which is called for by...
I do not know whether it is proper for me to request you to read the letter which accompanies...
The letters from the Land officers at Canton, which you did me the honor to refer to me, I duly...
I have the honor to inclose with this a letter from William Morrison of Kaskaskia, requesting a...
I have the honor to enclose a letter from the Register of the Land office at St. Stephens, from...
I have read, and with this return the Papers I had the honour to receive yesterday, "for perusal,...
I have the honour to inclose, with this, a Sketch copied from a Vignette which it is proposed to...
The commissioner of the General Land office respectfully represents to the President of the...
I have the honor to transmit herewith a number of letters recommending persons who are desirous...
Annexed I have the honor to communicate an extract of a letter dated 11th. inst. from Thomas Sloo...
I have the honor to return herewith Mr. Clays letter to you, relative to the Marquis De la...
My friend, Doctor Daniel Drake of Cincinnati, Ohio , has requested me to transmit to you a Copy...
The late Proclamation relative to Intruders on the Public Lands having apparently caused a...
The act of Congress of 6th May 1812, entitled “an Act to provide for designating, surveying and...
I had the honour to receive your letter of Sept. 18 at the usual interval— If this people could...
I have the honour to transmit, with this Note, a Letter received this day, recommending (as...
Captain Thomas Ramsay, late of the First Rifle Regiment has requested my friendly aid. He was my...
The register of the land office at St. Stephens M. Territory states, that persons who purchased...
I have the honor to enclose a letter from Mr Kerr, relative to the road from the foot of the...
I have the honor to enclose an extract from a confidential letter received this day from the...
The Commissioner of the General Land Office respectfully represents to the President of the U...
§ From Josiah Meigs. 8 August 1815, “General Land-Office Washington City.” “The inclosed was...
The documents enclosed with this relative to the opposition of the Indians to the survey of the...
I cannot resist an impulse which all good men must feel. With the multitude of my Brethren of the...
The lands in the district West of pearl river, in the Mississippi Territory, and west of the...
I have the honor to transmit, herewith, for your approbation, a lease of a Salt Spring upon...
The rent of the Saline on section 1-9-3 W. in the district of Kaskaskia is merely the interest of...
I have the honor to enclose herein, for your approbation, leases of two lead mines in the...
By the Act of May 20, 1812, the Surveyor General, under the direction of the President of the...
I have the honour to transmit with this, a letter from Mr. Creighton, of Ohio. The Law of May...
I have the honour to inclose in this a Letter from Mr. Speaker Clay. I returned home yesterday...
The Subscriber has the honour, respectfully to represent to the President of the United States,...
I take the liberty to address you on a subject, which to me is of a very interesting nature— It...
Mr. Meigs having noticed an attempt of the Enemy to throw the blame of his late atrocities at...