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8 April 1813, Charleston. “I am directed by Judge Drayton to forward to you, for the information...
I do not know what particular fact or circumstance can have given rise to the apprehension lately...
To all whom these Presents shall concern, Greeting. Reposing especial Trust and confidence in the...
Having thought fit to commit to you the charge of borrowing on behalf of the United States, any...
To all whom these presents shall concern—Greeting: Reposing special Trust and confidence in the...
The bearer M r M c Cullock of Baltimore was introduc’d to me by a particular friend there, with a...
It is not known that the British govt. has accepted the mediation of Russia; nothing has been...
A circumstance has occurr’d with which it may be useful for you to be made acquainted , with,...
The minister of France intending himself the honor of paying his respects to you at your...
24 December 1812, War Department. Proposes for JM’s approval various “Promotions in the Army of...
During the last session of Congress the current business pressed so heavily on me, and after its...
I am now on my return home, where I expect to arrive on friday next. I visited the white sulphur,...
§ From James Monroe. 16 December 1814, War Department. “The Senate having declined confirming the...
I arrived here this morning at 8 OClock, and have been since within 4 miles of Benedict, at...
The enclosed was written before my late visit to Albemarle , and detaind in consequence of it, to...
The minister of Russia , Count Pahlen & his brother , having intimated their intention to make...
I have yours of the 6th. I am willing & ready to act in either character alluded to. The effect...
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the Resolution of the House of Representatives of...
Major Thompson belongd to a Penna. brigade in the revolutionary war, when I knew him. He was I...
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the House of Representatives,...
Mr Shaler return’d from norfolk yesterday & leaves this for new york to morrow. The Squadron, to...
I have the pleasure to inclose to you a report of a the com: of the. 7th. on our for: relations...
I quartered last night near charlotte Hall, and took a view this morning at 8 oClock, from a...
The inclosed was left with me by M r Rush , for your opinion, of the propriety of the measure...
On enquiry I found that major Armstead had been regularly appointed principal assessor for our...
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the Resolution of the House of Representatives of...
The Secretary of State respectfully submits to the President the nominating to the gentleman as...
Since writing the letter—inclosd, to Mrs. Adams, I have conferr’d with the President on the...
The Undersigned acting as Secretary of State to whom was referred the Resolution of the Senate,...
Finding that my arrangments in Loudoun might be completed on the day I arriv’d there, I came down...
§ From James Monroe. 8 November 1814, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to submit...
An accident lately occurr’d which has given me great concern. The inclosed letter was received,...
I have not yet receiv’d an answer from Mr Crowninshield, respecting the Labrador coast, or the...
Some very interesting domestick concerns which could not well be postponed, seconded by the state...
I have nothing from you to day. Col Cass has arrivd & gives the same acct. heretofore recd. from...
I enclose you a copy of a letter sent yesterday to genl. winder, relating to the communication...
my engagment in preparing instructions, for our ministers at gottenburg , Russia , Sweden , &...
I send you letters from General Jackson which give an account of a victory truly glorious. It...
I fear that the pressure of much business, and an anxiety to avail myself of a moment of leisuir,...
I have been much engaged in my private concerns, tho’ rather indisposed, since my return home, so...
The enemy are advanced six miles on the road to the wood Yard, and our troops retiring. Our...
I received yours of the 5th. & 8th. this morning. I will endeavour to forward you by tomorrow’s...
The enclosed may gave you some amusment. I have read neither, and cannot therefore speak of their...
I return the papers relating to Fort Washington with my entire concurrence in the result proposed...
I have had the Honor to receive your Letter of the 28th ult. covering one to your Son the...
I return’d here yesterday morning, having been prevented arriving the preceding evening by the...
The Secretary of State to whom was referred the confidential Resolution of the Senate of the 18th...
My affairs in Loudoun requiring in an urgent manner my presence, I shall go up to day & return on...
The enclosed communications are highly interesting. They give a mournful view of the state of...
I had an interview with Mr Bagot yesterday on the subject of the fisheries. He proposes, to allot...