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By the direction of the President of the United States, I have the honor to inclose a report of...
The President of the United States has instructed me to communicate, in confidence , to the...
The President set out early this morning for Mount Vernon; and soon after, his address to the...
I have the honor to enclose a report on the memorial and petition of William Somarfall & son &...
By the direction of the President of the United States, I have the honour to present herewith—No....
I have just received your letter of the 29th. ulto. enquiring about your son Thos. B. Adams at...
Portland , in the District of Maine .—The works consist of a fort, a citadel, a battery for ten...
I inclose the form of the summons by Mr. Jefferson on the former occasion, to the Senators to...
The Senate were pleased, on the 22d. of December, to direct a statement to be laid before them of...
I mentioned to the President to-day the request of Mr Boudinot that the President would sign 50...
The Secretary of War prays Mr Dandridge to lay before the President, the reports No. 1. 2. 3 & 4,...
The Secretary has this moment received Mr Dandridge’s note of this morning, enquiring whether the...
Colo. Pickering incloses the proceedings from Winchester, with the draught of an answer under the...
The Secretary of War received yesterday the inclosed letter from Mr Kinlock, desiring the extract...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased to lay before the President the inclosed letter from Mr Seagrove &...
Colo. Pickering incloses to Mr Dandridge a memorandum of the Director of the Mint, of copper he...
Mr Dandridge will be so good as to lay the inclosed papers before the President; they were...
The Secretary of War requests Mr Dandridge to lay before the President the inclosed letter of...
The inclosed draught of a letter to Mr Seagrove touches on points of such importance, I think it...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased to present the inclosed letter from Mr Seagrove to the President. It...
I have this moment recd from Mr Wolcott the inclosed letter to Mr Adet, which this morning I left...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased to lay before the President a letter & plans relating to the...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased to lay the inclosed papers before the President. 1. A Letter of the...
An express is going this morning with money to General Morgan’s army. I left with the President...
The inclosed draught of a letter to the Governors of Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Georgia...
If the President should approve of the inclosed letter to the Governor of New-York, it will be...
Be pleased to hand the inclosed papers for the perusal of the President. I will do myself the...
The inclosed instructions to Mr Price, who is to manage the Indian trading store in Georgia, and...
Lt Colo. Butler, who commands at Fort Pitt, has suggested that probably many good recruits might...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased to hand the inclosed letter and papers from Genl Wayne to the...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased, at a convenient time, to lay the inclosed letter before the...
I enclose the papers before handed to you respecting Ichabod Grummans claim, and a new and more...
General Post Office, March 28, 1794. “I have reviewed my calculations respecting Ichabod...
I have just received your letter of the 21st relative to Mr. Pitcairn. As soon as the President...
The manner in which I have been employed to effect the present visit of the Chiefs of the Five...
[ Philadelphia, January 19, 1795. On January 19, 1795, Hamilton wrote to Pickering : “I have...
The printer of Mr. Randolph’s vindication advertises that it will be published next Friday. The...
I have this day recd. your letter of the 19th. instant. It is in some sort anticipated by mine of...
The President is anxious to ascertain whether the gentlemen he has thought of for Commissioners...
After much enquiry, I have found a house which would accommodate my numerous family, and at the...
[ Philadelphia, January 8, 1795. On January 20, 1795, Hamilton wrote to Pickering and referred to...
Last evening a gentleman called on me to inform me of Mr. Duer’s resignation; and to urge me to...
Conveyances to and from this place rarely offer, which, I suppose, prevented my receiving your...
Since the close of the last War with Great Britain the Mails for Canada, brought by the British...
I have recd. a letter of the 6th ult. from Mr. Anspach, stating the necessity of his being...
I am sorry to have so long delayed an answer to your letter of the 23d. but we have been...
I have just read a passage in your circular letter of June 25th to the Collectors of the Customs,...
The Indians of the Five Nations who lately visited Philadelphia, received their invitation from...
When I received your letter of the 13th of August, I did not consider it with the attention which...
I have received and considered your letter of the 23rd instant, proposing that a credit should be...