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Amongst the offers of persons wishing to go to the United States & to enter their service, one...
The month I have already spent in Paris has been necessarily devoted in a great degree to my...
I have this moment received your’s of 3d. instt., an answer to which has been anticipated by my...
I have received your’s of 16 th ult o , and, from Dufief , the work of M r Tracy , for La Fayette...
I omitted, in my last letter, an answer to your queries on the subject of the remittance to...
I duly received your letter & will of course see La Fayette and procure the busts. The Peacock...
Last Washington mail brought me the enclosed letter (returned) from Gen. John Smith of New York....
Your letter of the 12th. reached me only the day before yesterday, and not willing to make a...
I have much regretted that a detention in my journey to this place prevented my arriving at...
Mr. Gelston, having determined to go to Washington on the subject of the damages recovered...
On my return from Washington , I found your welcome letter of Oct er 16 th which my friends here,...
I have ultimately decided not to go to France, and write this day accordingly to the Secretary of...
I enclose two letters from Europe, one from La Fayette , who desired that I should bear witness...
I have sent by Mr Cutts the convention for regulating the commercial intercourse with Great...
Govr. Tompkins, at the request of the general Govt., called into service detachments of militia...
In a conversation with Gen. Armstrong, he appeared disposed to make an excursion towards the...
I have the honour to enclose the copy of a letter written this day to the Secretaries for the War...
Whereas his Imperial Majesty the Emperor of all the Russias, as the common friend of the United...
We have hardly money enough to last till the end of the month. The loan is opened for 12th & 13th...
You will perceive by the enclosed letters from Collector Dearborn, that the information given by...
It is necessary to open immediately the loan as we have not money enough to last us more than one...
I enclose the recommendations &a. for sundry offices either vacant or where removals should take...
22 January 1813, Treasury Department. Submits statements in conformity with the resolution of the...
Since, from this morning’s conversation, it appears that the choice of a Secy. of War must fall...
7 January 1813. “I enclose the usual account of the contingent expences of Govt.—which is sent by...
I do not believe that the appointmt. of Govr. Tompkins would be either eligible or calculated to...
There is not now any vacant office of Receiver of public monies in the Mississippi territory ....
In support of the suggestions heretofore made against permitting Gen. Armstrong to raise a...
The enclosed letter asserts positively that Hutchinson is warmly attached to the present...
Memoranda Mr Armstrong’s letter 1. Preference to be given to contracts for supplying the army...