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I recieved yesterday the inclosed letter & papers from Governor Mercer, requesting my approbation...
Your favor of the 13th. came to hand yesterday. I now return Paine’s Duane’s Lear’s, Simpson’s &...
I inclose you two letters from Rob. R. Livingston. That of the 2d. of June is just intelligible...
Your two favors of the 18th. & 20th. were recieved on the 21st. The letters of Livingston &...
By the last post I recieved & forwarded your letter to Duane, in which there was nothing but what...
I now return you the several papers recieved by the last post, except those solliciting office,...
I inclose you Clarke’s memoranda. The following articles seem proper for Executive attention. An...
I wrote yesterday to Genl. Dearborne on the subject of intruders on the public lands in...
Will you be so good as to consult with the other members of the administration on the allowance...
I recieved by last post mr. Gallatin’s observations on Dr. Stevens’s case. His outworks are...
Your favor of the 9th. was recieved on the 13th. and can only be answered by tomorrow’s post, the...
I recieved yesterday your letter of the 12th. and now return the letters it covered. I recieved...
I return by this mail the letters &c recieved with yours of the 15th. I think with you that a...
Your’s of the 19th. is recieved and the papers accompanying it are returned. I am sorry that...
Tomson J. Skinner of Massachusets to be Commissioner of loans for Massachus⟨etts.⟩ William Few of...
Can mr. King’s report in his dispatch No. 57. Dec. 10. 97. be seen? The question is whether it...
The inclosed case respecting the construction of a treaty merits good consideration. Can broad...
The case of St. Julien ought certainly to be put on trial. The local judge must decide 1. whether...
We did not collect the sense of our brethren the other day by regular questions, but as far as I...
In conversation with mr. Gallatin yesterday as to what might be deemed the result of our...
The inclosed reclamations of Girod & Chote against the claims of Bapstropp to a monopoly of the...
I inclose you Story’s oration that you may be enabled to take his measure. Be so good as to...
I inclose you the S. Carolina ratification of the amendment to the constitution, & presume it...
Your’s of the 4th. came to hand last night & I now return you the letters of Livingston, Bourne,...
Your letter dated the 7th. should probably have been of the 14th. as I received it only by that...
I have this day written to mr. Wagner to send me the commissions for the Orleans territory with...
Yours of the 13th. 14th. and 16th. were recieved in the evening of the 16th. I now return you the...
In a conversation with mr. Granger not long before we left Washington he mentioned that he was...
Yours of the 18th. & 21st. are recieved, and I now return the papers of Davis, Cathalan,...
Should we not write to the Governors of S. Carolina & Georgia to furnish us without delay with...