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In establishing a trading house with the Chocktaws, we find from the best information, that a...
In a late communication from Col Hawkin⟨s⟩ I received copies of a corrispondence between him &...
The proposition of Mr. Laussat to sell the United States a quantity of Artillery and other...
The enclosed is a copy of a letter from the President of the United States, which he requested me...
§ From Henry Dearborn. 14 May 1806, War Department. “On examination I find but four carriages for...
By the letters I have received from the President, it appears that more active measures, than...
I have received no direct accounts from Norfolk or its vicinity since you left this place, and as...
Presuming it will be proper to furnish the Court of Enquiry, no sitting, with such information as...
I have the honor of enclosing you herewith an official Copy of the Agreement, for the sale of the...
Capt. Tingey received a letter the last evening from Capt. Fountain in which it was stated as a...
The result of our Elections has given our political opponants the intire direction of our State...
I take the liberty of observing to you that Col Jona Russell of Providence is now here and about...
With this you will receive a thing called a sermon, in which you will see exhibited a correct...
29 November 1810, Boston. Notes that in his official capacity he has had many dealings with the...
I consider it my duty to give you the following information in relation to the conduct of our...
I take the liberty of presenting you a copy of an Oration pronounced on the 4th inst. by my Son,...
I was this morning honored with your letter of the 11th. Inst. I trust Sir that you will believe...
Will not the late discovery of Treasonable intentions, render it expedient to be more cautious,...
Having written a letter to the Secretary of War, in which I have expressed a readiness to enter...
As the principal object of the command, which may be confided to my direction, will probably be...
As the ultimate question in relation to war must soon be decided, and it may be concidered...
Our political opponents in, and out, of the Legislature, are endeavouring to inspire as general...
Notwithstanding all the objections that have been made to gunboats, they are now call’d for, and...
I was this day honored with your letter of the 9th. inst. having been placed in a very unpleasant...
Unless the Troops destined for Detroit & Niagara, with those on the Eastern shore of Lake Ontario...
The Secretary of war has undoubtedly informed you of the unfortunate event at Niagara. It...
I confidently hope that the Campaign that has now closed, has afforded sufficient evidence of the...
Permit me to observe that I concider it of the utmost importance that improvements should be...
I was the last evening honored with your letter of the 6th. Inst. Why Genl. Smyth has not thought...
As the number of additional Majr. Genels. recently appointed will enable the Executive to select...