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The acting Secretary of war has the honor to represent to –- the President of the United States,...
The arrival of several Bremen vessels at Baltimore, has put the claim of entry on American duties...
I have recieved your letter of the 13h. instant, relative to the distressed Seamen in New-York. I...
The inclosed Register confirms the latest news from Europe. The termination of Bonaparte’s...
On my arrival at New-York, I was attacked with a fever; and although I saw Mr. Gallatin and Mr....
On my return from New-York, I recieved your favor of the 2d. instant, and the copy of Mr....
I have received your favor of the 8h. instant. Having heard from Messrs. Gallatin & Clay the...
The inclosed letters from Mr. Adams shew the impracticability of selling the Stock in Europe,...
Since writing to you yesterday, I have received the inclosed letter from Mr. Baring, which will...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honour to lay before the President of the United States the...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to submit to the President a revised copy of the...
The Secretary of the Treasury, to whom the President of the United States referred the resolution...
Mr. Dallas respectfully states to the President that Mr. William Gamble has been appointed by the...
19 March 1816 Mr. Barker seems to think that there is a personal severity shown to him in the...
The Secretary of the Treasury, to whom the President of the United States referred the resolution...
The Secretary of the Treasury, to whom the President of the United States referred the resolution...
The Secretary of the Treasury respectfully submits to the President, the answer which he proposes...
As it is not my intention to pass another winter in Washington, I think it a duty to give you an...
The Cumberland road.progresses than I expected...The report is that Mr. Shriver will be tempted...
Your instructions relative to Fort Harrison, and the reservation of the land in its neighborhood,...
The communications from the Departments of State and the Navy, will give you a great deal of...
At a meeting at the Department of State, Mr. Monroe brought under consideration the Algerine...
The inclosed report gives you the result of our consultation on the Resolution of the 29. of...
Upon reflection, I think it best to proceed with the Circular to the State Banks, and to issue...
I send, for your consideration, Govr. Plumer’s recommendation of his Son, to succeed Mr. Gardner,...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to submit to the President, a copy of his letter to...
On the day of my departure from Washington, the Heads of Departments assembled at Mr. Monroe’s...
The Act of the 30. of April 1816 appropriates 250,000 Dollars for Custom-House establishments. It...
I have received your favor of the 4. instant; and shall alter the Circular on the currency, in...
I trouble you with a draft of the agreement with Mr. Hassler relative to the survey of the coast....