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It seems evident from the 3d Section of the act, that the three months wages must be paid even in...
A commission is wanted in the name of Peter A. Schenk of New York as Marshal of do., which should...
25 May 1805, Treasury Department . “I beg leave to remind you that no appropriation has been made...
It cannot be expected that the Banks will make a loan to La Fayette: they never lend on real...
I return the Spanish correspondence & the Algiers letter. Although there are some unpleasant...
Mr Merry claims the exemption from duty for what may be imported by Mr Foster (for his own use)...
§ From Albert Gallatin. 11 November 1805, Treasury Department. “I have the honor to enclose a...
§ From Albert Gallatin. 12 December 1805, treasury Department. “I have the honor to enclose an...
§ From Albert Gallatin. 3 January 1806. “The Secretary of the Treasury wishes to be informed...
§ From Albert Gallatin. 15 January 1806, Treasury Department. “I have the honor to enclose the...
There is no official document in this Department showing the particular circumstances which...
I have the honor to enclose the copy of an abstract of a letter from James Brown Esqre. agent of...
§ From Albert Gallatin. 7 February 1806, Treasury Department. “I have the honor to enclose copies...
I enclose the rough draft of an Article for Spain, which tho’ I have rejected a number of...
§ From Albert Gallatin. 25 April 1806, Treasury Department. “The Secretary of the Treasury,...
§ From Albert Gallatin. 7 May 1806, Treasury Department. “I have the honor to transmit a draft...
I enclose a proclamation for the sale of the public lands in the Bend of Tenessee river Miss....
I return the message with some general observations, but can offer nothing more precise, having...
The difficulties suggested by Col. Taylor in his letter to the President of the 26h. of May last,...
I had intended to leave this for Orange to morrow; but, under an impression that the late...
You will by this day’s mail receive the news papers containing an extract of the instructions to...
I have received your’s of the 28th. Your return here still appears to me necessary. On the effect...
Noah Mason appears to be the best qualified and recomd. If the President approves, he will be...
I did not write till I could inform you where I was going; as otherwise I had nothing to...
Letter not found. Ca. 2 October 1809. Offered for sale in Parke-Bernet Catalogue No. 1516 (1954),...
I have the honor to enclose two letters from the district attorney of Georgia, respecting the...
It having been understood last autumn that a number of intruders had settled on the public lands...
Hearing that Mr J. Kilty Smith has been appointed Navy Agent at New Orleans, I think it my duty...
Mr Harrison states that the swords purchased by Mr Livingston for the State of Virginia cost 257...
30 January 1810, Treasury Department. Transmits “copies of the instructions issued at several...
I have the honor to enclose a Statement transmitted by the Collector of Boston, in relation to...
In obedience to the Resolution of the Senate of the Sixteenth instant, the Secretary of the...
The Senate having rejected the nominations of Hickman & Wilkinson, I beg leave to submit the...
I have the honor to enclose the copy of an Act for the relief of Arthur St. Clair, and a letter...
I enclose for your signature an authority in the usual form empowering me to negotiate a loan...
It appears that a depreciation of the paper currency of Norway has taken place which requires,...
On enquiring respecting a proper situation in a mercantile house for your nephew, and after...
The instructions for the person to be sent to Buenos Ayres, having been filled with the name of...
I forgot to mention in my letter of yesterday, that in addition to the letter designating the...
So far as can be judged from Grymes correspondence and official acts, he has done only what was...
I enclose a letter from Mr Duval on the subject of Brown’s estate. I cannot recollect whether his...
At Mr Astor’s request I enclose a letter which he read to me. I gave him no opinion on the...
I have received the papers for Mr Poinsett and delivered them to him. We have found a vessel...
President’s message Might not the introduction, including the statement of French proceedings...
I enclose the substance of a financial paragraph, also a statement of the receipts & expenditures...
The situation of the arrears due on the Direct Tax and Internal Revenues, in the districts in...
The depreciation of the Russian Ruble, which had formerly been valued in our custom houses at...
At request of Mr Astor, I beg to be informed whether his son in law Mr Bentson can be permitted...
I have the honor to transmit two copies of the “Laws, treaties & other documents relative to the...
24 January 1811, Treasury Department. On the subject of the Senate resolution of 21 Jan. 1811,...