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In obedience to the order of the House of Representatives, I have the honor to enclose you their Resolution of this date. With the most perfect respect, I am sir, Your mot Obedt & very hble Servant. LB , DLC:GW . This letter appears under the heading: “December the 27th. The following Letter, with the Resolution enclosed was this day recd by the President.” The letter-book copy of the enclosed...
In obedience to the Order of the House of Representatives, of this date, I have the honor to inclose your their Resolution respecting certain estimates from the department of War, for the year one thousand, seven hundred and ninety three. With the most perfect respect I am, Sir, Your most obedient, and very humble Servant LB , DLC:GW . This message from the House Speaker and its accompanying...
In obedience to the order of the House of Representatives, I have the honor to enclose you their resolutions of this date. With the most perfect respect, I am Sir, Your mo: obedt & very humble Servant LB , DLC:GW . The enclosed resolutions, extracted from the House journal by clerk John Beckley, read: “Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to cause to be laid before...
Resolved, that the President be requested to direct the Secretary of State, to examine whether, among the papers relative to Great Britain, by him laid before the house, a letter from Mr Jefferson to Mr Hammond, of the 5th of Decr 1791. has not been omitted, and if so, to cause the same, or so much thereof as he shall think proper, to be laid before the House: Ordered, that Mr Cadwalader & Mr...
In obedience to the Order of the House of Representatives, I do myself the honor to transmit to you, their Resolution of this date, on the subject of an assay of foreign Coins. With the most perfect consideration, I am Sir, Your most obedient, and very humble Servant LB , DLC:GW . The House of Representatives resolved on 29 Nov. “That the P resident of the U nited S tates be requested to cause...
Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to cause to be laid before this House, a statement of the gross sum of money, which has been advanced by the United States, in making presents to the Creek and Cherokee Indians, since the treaty made at New York; also, all expences incurred, and sums of money expended in making the said treaty. LB , DLC:GW . The Treaty of New York,...
The Representatives of the people of the United States present their congratulations on the event by which your fellow citizens have attested the pre-eminence of your merit. You have long held the first place in their esteem: you have often received tokens of their affection. You now possess the only proof that remained of their gratitude for your services, of their reverence for your wisdom,...
The Representatives of the people of the United States, in meeting you for the first time since you have been again called by an unanimous suffrage to your present station, find an occasion which they embrace, with no less sincerity than promptitude, for expressing to you their congratulations on so distinguished a testimony of public approbation; and their entire confidence in the purity &...
The House of Representatives, who always feel a satisfaction in meeting you, are much concerned that the occasion for mutual felicitation, afforded by the circumstances favorable to the national prosperity, should be abated by a continuance of the hostile spirit of many of the Indian tribes; and particularly, that the reiterated efforts for effecting a general pacification with them, should...
The House of Representatives calling to mind the blessings enjoyed by the people of the United States, and especially the happiness of living under constitutions and laws, which rest on their authority alone, could not learn with other emotions than those you have expressed, that any part of our fellow Citizens should have shewn themselves capable of an insurrection. And we learn, with the...