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I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt [of] Sundry papers relative to the cherokees indians...
The secretary for the department of war humbly submits to the President of the United States the...
The Secretary at war having examined the Negotiations of the Governor of the Western territory...
In obedience to the desire expressed in your letter of yesterday, I shall immediately proceed to...
The time it will require to complete a full statement of the department of War, induces me to...
6Enclosure, 15 June 1789 (Washington Papers)
(Number 1) By information from Brigadier General Harmar the commanding Officer of the troops on...
Indian Department, Southern District The Creeks. This nation of indians is divided into two...
The report of the 23d of May 1789 on the treaties at Fort Harmar, by the Governor of the Western...
The Cherokees. This Nation of Indians consisting of separate Towns or villages are seated...
The Chickasaws. This Nation of Indians were estimated by the Commissioners in 1785 at 800...
Having examined the report of the Commissioners for treating with the Southern Indians dated the...
The establishment as directed to be raised and organized by the acts of Congress of the 3rd of...
The detail of the estimate of the expences for treating with the Southern indians which was...
I have enclosed the copies of the letters you have been pleased to request. I am persuaded the...
I beg leave to submit to your view a loose sketch of the general ideas which have occurred to me...
General and Mrs Knox have the honor to accept with great respect the invitation of the Vice...
I have the honor to submit to your inspection a general return of the Ordnance, Arms, and...
In obedience to your commands to write to you on all occasions I have the honor to inform you...
Nothing of importance has occurred since the letter I did myself the honor of writing you on the...
No further intelligence has been received from Georgia since the arrival of Mr Kean. This...
I have this moment received a letter from Mr Habersham at Savannah dated the 14th instant...
I have the honor to submit to your inspection the report and letter which I have just received...
I have the honor to submit to you a letter from Brigadier General Harmar dated the 19th of...
24Memorandum from Henry Knox, 1790 (Washington Papers)
Governor St Clairs proposal of obtaining a cession of territory from the Wabash Indians at this...
Although I experience a reluctance in again bringing before you the subject of a treaty with the...
I humbly beg leave to submit to your consideration a general statement of the Indian Department,...
SCHEDULE E Abstract of the Public Debt of the States Undermentioned, Agreeably to Statements...
Having submitted to your consideration a plan for the arrangement of the militia of the United...
I have but this moment been able to obtain two correct copies of the plan for the Militia. I will...
In consequence of the act of the United States in Congress assembled of the 29th of September...
(Private) New York the 11th February 1790 From the firmest persuasion of mind that you will...
The serious crisis of affairs, in which the United States are involved with the Creeks requires...
In obedience to your orders, I have received the communications of Colonel John Pierce Duval...
In consequence of your instructions, I have directed Captains Burbeck’s and Savage’s companies of...
[ New York, June 24, 1790. On August 5, 1790, in Schedule B of his “Report on Additional Sums...
Having received your directions to endevor to negociate a treaty of peace and friendship with the...
The Militia. The pay, $24,012 The subsistence and rations at 16–90ths of a dollar, 31,302 Forage...
In answer to your secret communication of the 27th instant, and the questions stated therein I...
In answer to your secret communication of the 27th instant, and the questions stated therein I...
As the removal of the residence of Congress from this city will necessarily dissolve our...
I have the honor to transmit to you, a letter from Governor Telfair of the 20th of July,...
Mr Tyler of Deer Island in the Province maine has shewn me a statement of his case drawn up by...
Having been unavoidably longer detained at Boston, than I expected, I did not return to this...
Lieutenant Denny arrived last evening from Fort Washington, on the Ohio, charged with letters...
The Secretary of War, to whom the President of the United States was pleased to refer the Speech...
The secretary of War, to whom the President of the United States was pleased to refer the...
I have the honor to submit to you three reports upon the following subjects. No: 1. Is a report...
The Secretary of War to whom the President of the United States was pleased to refer a letter...
Among the other objects to be considered tomorrow, it is the desire of the President that the...
The Secretary of War to whom the President of the United States referred the consideration of...