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By direction of the President of the Ud States, I transmit you an advertisement of his Jacks & Stud-horse; with a request from him, that you will be so good as to insert it in your paper during four weeks—omitting it one week & inserting it another alternately. The cost attending the above will be paid, as soon as made known by you. I am &c. &c. LB , DLC:GW . James Angell and Paul J. Sullivan...
The President of the United S. directs me to thank you for the tender of your services to your Country; and, agreeably to your request, to return the Certificate herewith enclosed. I am, Sir, Your obt Servt ALS , DNA : RG 59, Miscellaneous Letters; LB , DLC:GW . Henry Babcock (1736–1800), a native of Rhode Island and a 1752 graduate of Yale, fought in the French and Indian War, 1755–59. He...
I am directed by the President of the United States to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 7th instt and that of the present date; and to express to you his regret at your dispair of bringing your plan of a national monument to a fortunate issue. Whether there are sufficient grounds for despair, or whether more time may not be necessary to give the Subscription papers a fairer trial...
I am directed by the President of the United States to inform you that the business to which he is necessarily obliged to attend does not permit him to read the public prints which are now brought to him. He therefore desires you will not consider him as a subscriber for the Supplement to the daily Advertiser —& that you will discontinue to transmit it to him. I am Gentlemen your most Obt Sert...
The President of the United States has been made acquainted, by a letter from you, with the situation in which you &, your family are at Charleston. Such representations are daily made to him from various parts of the United States, by your Countrymen, in the same unfortunate predicament with yourself. No man feels more for your distresses than the President, nor is any one more willing to...
The President directs me to send the letters herewith enclosed, from Governor Mifflin and John Wanton, for your perusal; and desires, if any measures are necessary to be taken relative to them, that you will report the same to him. I have the honor to be &c. LB , DLC:GW . For the enclosed letters, see Thomas Mifflin to GW, 18 April , and John Wanton to GW, 7 April . For Hamilton’s response,...
Bw Dandridge, by the President’s order, respectfully returns to The Secretary of the Treasury, the Letters respecting Mr McFarland &c. He also returns the intended Act making provision for the Compensation of the Officers of the Revenue; a fair copy of which the President desires may be prepared for his signature, after which he wishes the one now sent to be returned to him. The President will...
Bw Dandridge respectfully informs the Secretary of the Treasury that the President does not object to granting Mister Bowen’s request if it can be done without injury to the public service. B. Dandridge will thank the Secretary to cause a Warrant to be transmitted to him for two thousand dollars on account of The President’s compensation. LB , DLC:GW . Dandridge may have been referring to...
I have the honor to inform you that I arrived at this city from Aux Cayes the day before yesterday, for the purpose of conferring with my friend Colo. Lear ; as well respecting the situation of this island in relation to the United States and to obtain from him some information which it would have been imprudent to commit to writing, as also to fix a plan of Commercial business between us. To...
By the President’s direction Bw. Dandridge has the honor to transmit to the Secretary of State a Resolution of the House of Representatives, just received—and to request the Secretary to furnish the several papers therein required. RC ( DLC ); at foot of text: “The Secy. of State”; endorsed by TJ as received 26 Dec. 1793. Dft ( DNA : RG 59, MLR ). FC ( Lb in same, SDC