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Since the receipt of your letter you will perceive, by a copy which I took the liberty of...
I cannot resist the temptation to write you. The revolution of political sentiment demonstrated...
Your letter of the 6th instant was received on my return from an excursion to New Hampshire,...
So far on our way, we renew ourselves to you and to Mrs Madison. The papers of Genl Hamilton are...
Since the receipt of your kind favor of the 25th January we have passed with a sameness (if such...
I cannot omit the occassian offered by our country man General King, who will pay his respects to...
I should be wanting in justice to those feelings of respect and friendship which your invariable...
The mail of this day brings your Letter enclosing that of Mr. Everett whose appointment is...
By the Ship “Exchange” I send you the last Brussells papers. The inauguration of the King at...
I receive this morning, by way of London, your favor of the 12th of May. The interesting...
My Letters to the Secy of State give generally our movements & such information as our hitherto...
I have thought a suggestion made to me the other day worth communicating on account of its...
The unusually bad state of the roads with the shortness of time appear to cut me off from the...
Well knowing the satisfaction with which you will receive one of the brave men who have...
Permit me to add, to the general acclamation with which you must be surrounded and filled, an...
The mail of this day brings your Letter enclosing that of Mr Everett whose appointment is...
I take the liberty of making personally known to you my nephew Colo. Eustis of the Lt Artillery,...
I am induced to trouble you at this time by a report that Mr Elbridge Gerry (a good young man &...
I have the honor to acknowlege your Letter of the 21st instant, announcing my appointment, and...
I have the honor of receiving by the mail of this day your favor of the 15th instant, in which it...
Well knowing your hands and head & heart to be full I have abstained from writing. A sense of...
I take the liberty of making known to you Mr. William Porter a merchant of this place (whose...
I regret that my intention of acknowleging, by the mail of yesterday your favor of the 12th...
Your favor of the first instant with i[t]s enclosure was received yesterday. The regard...
I cannot bear to see the recruiting season which expires in the month of March, passing away...
The constitution of the War Department as well as that of the military force rendered the duties...
30 November 1812, War Department. Lists proposed promotions and appointments in the U.S. Army for...
25 November 1812, War Department. Lists proposed appointments in the U.S. Army for JM’s approval....
19 November 1812, War Department. Lists proposed appointments in the U.S. Army for JM’s approval....
6 November 1812. Lists proposed promotions and appointments in the U.S. Army for JM’s approval....
After war had been declared, it was deemed necessary, for the security of the maratime frontier,...
I have the honor to inform you that the existing appropriations applicable to the Clothing...
13 October 1812, War Department. By an act of 3 Mar. 1809, “it is provided that all warrants...
In making out the order, as the Militia were to rendezvous at Pittsburg, at which place they...
Ca. 22 September 1812. Informs JM that Henry Glen was appointed assistant deputy quartermaster on...
Colo. Cass is of opinion that the Penva. troops at Pittsbg will not be required by Genl....
By Letters from General Dearborn Genl. Harrison and others from the western country it appears...
By the mail of this day I have only time to submit for consideration a suggestion which has been...
I enclose herewith a Letter from Colo McArthur by Mr Huntington who arrived the day before...
In forming an answer to Govr. Strong I find some objections which induce me to enclose the papers...
John Wait (with his son) a gloomy federalist from Boston a plain man travelling thro’ the city in...
6 July 1812, War Department. Lists proposed appointments in the U.S. Army for JM’s approval. RC (...
6 July 1812, War Department. Lists proposed appointments in the U.S. Army for JM’s approval. RC (...
3 July 1812, War Department. Lists proposed appointments in the U.S. Army for JM’s approval. RC (...
2 July 1812, War Department. Lists proposed appointments for JM’s approval. RC ( DNA : RG 46,...
2 July 1812, War Department. Lists proposed appointments in the U.S. Army for JM’s approval. RC (...
30 June 1812, War Department. Lists proposed promotions in the U.S. Army for JM’s approval. RC (...
30 June 1812, War Department. Lists proposed appointments in the U.S. Army for JM’s approval. RC...
22 June 1812, War Department. “I have the honor to lay before you Extracts of Letters from the...
19 June 1812, War Department. Proposes the appointment of Edward Fox of Pennsylvania as...