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I have been honoured with your note of this morning, and now inclose the draught of the message...
General Knox has handed me the inclosed communications from General Wilkinson, deeming them...
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...
A full and accurate investigation of the subject of the Georgia sale of lands, the extinguishment...
Solicitous to retain in the public service so estimable an Officer as Captain Dale, I wished to...
As the carved work for the frigates should be relative to their names, and will require a length...
The Secretary of War respectfully submits to the President of the United States, the inclosed...
The Secretary of War in conformity with the expectation of the President of the United States has...
I have received letters from Kon-ondaigua, informing me of the death of General Chapin: and I...
The inclosed draught of a letter to Mr Seagrove touches on points of such importance, I think it...
The inclosed letter from Genl Wayne has just arrived at this office. Peace with the Indians seems...
The Secretary has this moment received Mr Dandridge’s note of this morning, enquiring whether the...
An express is going this morning with money to General Morgan’s army. I left with the President...
The subject of the letter dated March 18. 1795, from Harry Innes Esqr. of Kentuckey, to the...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased to lay before the President a letter & plans relating to the...
The inclosed letter from Governor St Clair was received yesterday by post. The proposed visit of...
Mr Dandridge will be so good as to lay the inclosed papers before the President; they were...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased to present the inclosed letter from Mr Seagrove to the President. It...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased to lay the inclosed papers before the President. 1. A Letter of the...
The Secretary of War has the pleasure to report to the President of the United States, that on...
The Secretary of War respectfully presents to the President the name of Mr George Clymer for one...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased to lay before the President the inclosed letter from Mr Seagrove &...
If the President should approve of the inclosed letter to the Governor of New-York, it will be...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased, at a convenient time, to lay the inclosed letter before the...
I mentioned to the President to-day the request of Mr Boudinot that the President would sign 50...
The Secretary of War respectfully submits to the President of the United States the draught of a...
The Secretary of War respectfully submits to the President’s inspection a letter to the Governor...
The Secretary of War respectfully lays before the President of the U. States the draught of a...
The Secretary of War requests Mr Dandridge to lay before the President the inclosed letter of...