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The President’s message in answer to the call of the House respecting Genl Wilkinson has...
Among the papers transmitted, by this post you will notice a copy of an award against the United...
Your favor of the 26th. has found me here, on my way to Washington. I shall spend but a few days...
There having been no indication against my opening the enclosed, it was impossible to avoid it....
I have been honored with your favor of the 2d. Having concluded from that of the 26th. ult. that...
I have had the honor to receive your favor of the 26th. inst. The letter to Genl. Armstrong, with...
It gives me much pleasure to have the enclosed letter from Mr. Monroe to communicate to you, as...
Be pleased to sign and return to me the enclosed letters for the Secretary of the Treasury. I...
I have received your favor of the 5th. and now enclose the papers accumulated since I suspended...
I have the honor to enclose drafts of letters to Mr. Prevost & to Governor Claiborne. It is so...
I have been honored with your’s of the 13th. from Gray’s, where I am happy you have secured a...
I beg your excuse for the liberty I take in covering the two enclosed letters to your address....
The three Captains, whose protests against L’Eole are herewith, came from Anapolis a few days ago...
I very much regret the accident, which retarded the dispatches from France. Upon the enquiry I...
I have received your letter of the 6th. inst. and enclose an answer for Mr. Wigginton. Mr. Lee’s...
The present vacancy in the Custom-house here, it is supposed by some friends may produce another...
Observing that the newspapers are circulating a imperfect account of the law-case of Baring vs....
I have been honored with your favor of the 9th. Mr. Newman, mentioned in the memorandum it...
A favourable opportunity offering for Philadelphia, I have returned Mr. Duponceau his books. I do...
I was duly honored with your favor of the 15th. and another since received from Mr. Hooper. I am...
Mr. Erving has acknowledged the receipt of your letter respecting the colony-trade as involved in...
I am honored with your two favors of the 21st. and 22 inst. The wine has been received from...
With the concurrence of Genl. Dearborn, I have given the following Sketch for publication: “We...
The case of the passport requested by Lafonta, to whom the enclosed packet is addressed,...
Extract of a letter from Mr. Mountflorence to the Secretary of State, dated Paris 3rd. Augt....
With this you will receive among other communications an interesting letter from Genl. Armstrong....
Your letter of the 19th. respecting Mr. Burnley was duly received and complied with; and this day...
Having very few papers to send you by this mail, I have thought it a convenient time to request...
On the morning of saturday last Mr. Brent set out for Dumfries, with a collection of papers...
I have the honor to enclose the remainder of the dispatches from Madrid except such as had before...
I have the honor to enclose two private letters and four official ones. You will also receive...
§ From Jacob Wagner. 14 April 1806. “This treaty and copy were heretofore sent to the President,...
A relapse of my complaint prevented me from sooner rendering my best thanks for the favor of your...
I forgot to ask your direction about the Cattle mentioned in Mr. Eaton’s last letter. Are they to...
In the Globe of the 23 July you will See that Mr. Erskine has been appointed to sSucceed Mr....
I have nothing to forward by this post but the enclosed letter from Govr. Claiborne and the...
I have been honored with your favor by the last mail, with the several papers referred to, and...
Yesterday came to hand an exemplification of the Act of Tennessee approving the amendment of the...
I have had the honor to receive, in due time, your letter of the last post. I have written to Mr....
Mr. Deblois encourages me with the expectation of procuring a vessel in a day or two to carry the...
I had put aside the letters of recall of Mr. Olsen and Mr. Freire, in order that the answers...
The Marquis Yrujo is here and will depart this afternoon or to morrow morning for Monticello. He...
I have been honored with your’s by last evening’s mail. I cannot however forward the letter to...
I have examined the point you refer to relative to the British order of 8 Jany. 1794, in the...
I transmit a copy of the enclosed very important letter from the Spanish Minister, by this mail...
I have the honor to enclose you various letters, some of them merely for your information, and...
Enclosed are some private letters and all the public communications of importance enough to meet...
I shall retain the case of the crew of the Indefatigable in order that I may more fully examine...
I have had the honor to receive your favor by the last mail, and herewith send drafts of two or...
I have forwarded to Mr. Sanford the patent he requested. I have forwarded the letter addressed to...