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I will thank the President for the loan of the survey herein mentioned & which relates, I...
I enclose sundry letters which will I hope be sufficiently intelligible. Indisposition prevents...
I enclose Palmer’s commissions which were never sent. The mistake was immediately discovered; but...
This claim is an old loan office certificate which might have been funded under the funding act,...
[ Note in unknown hand :] Petersburg Jan. 31. 1808. John Shore Collr.—case of the Ship Felix...
It was intended that the payment of the 2d instt. to Maryland should be paid on 1st Jany. 1805;...
Enclosed to the President for his signature by his obed. Sevt. [Note in TJ’s hand:] act dividing...
The enclosed is Robt. William’s letter respecting the sale of land for Taxes in the Mississippi...
Should the embargo bill pass & be signed by you to day, have the goodness to send it immediately...
Doctor Barnwell I have never corresponded with him or any other Hospital Physician. He may have...
It appears from the enclosed extract of a letter from the collector of Wilmington that we have no...
John Gibson’s commission as Secretary of the Indiana territory expired on the 14th of May last &...
I have the honor to transmit a sketch of Grand Menan island, received from the collector of...
I enclose at last some observations on the Spanish affairs. The anxiety & occasional absence...
An inquiry was at the time made respecting this complaint by Ludlow; when it appeared that the...
The enclosed is the last letter received from the Surveyor General respecting the two tracts of...
N. Orleans As several similar applications may be made during the absence of the President some...
I enclose for your signature an Act making Cayahoga the port of entry of the district of Erie. It...
Sketch A circular to the several Registers concerning intruders submitted to the consideration of...
Petition of lessees of Salines requesting leave to sell salt in Kentucky Submitted to the...
This application being made under the proviso of the 2d Section of the act to prevent intrusions,...
I enclose the usual returns of payment by the Treasurer since you left the city, and a sketch of...
If the President will direct, in any words he may think proper, that in case any remittances are...
I enclose a copy of the annual financial report & request that you will have the goodness to...
Batture How would it answer 1. to cede to N. Orleans the right of the U.S. to the batture there...
If the President shall approve the enclosed form he is respectfully requested to sign it & return...
I have the honour to enclose the copy of a letter from the Collector of New York, and...
The last paragraph of the enclosed letter confirms the charge against the lessees of the Salt...
Your letter of August 26th has with its enclosures been laid before the President who has...
I do not perceive a single alteration to be necessary in the proclamation, presuming that the...
Will you have the goodness to read the enclosed intended report, and communicate your opinions...
After the enclosed commission had been signed, you determined that it was not proper to give to a...
The accounts &c. relative to the credit obtained by New York are not yet transcribed. I am...
Will you have the goodness to read the enclosed report & to suggest any alterations which you may...
Ormond Tuley or Tooley recommended as Surveyor of the port of Slade’s Creek in the district of...
Will the President be pleased to decide whether Parish shall be made first mate? DLC : Papers of...
A committee of the Senate calls for information respecting the expenditure of monies disbursed...
I enclose a letter received from Govr. Harrison on the subject of the salt springs; and a copy of...
John Cockle is indebted to U.S. for revenue bonds. His sureties in Charleston have been sued &...
For information This subject struck me as important; and a clause has been inserted in the...
Will you have the goodness to inform me whether Judge Bruin of the Mississippi territory is dead....
The facts as here stated I believe to be true. The restriction not being made by Law could only...
Enclosed is the copy of correspondence in the case of A. Wood. The facts which he states are not...
It was determined some time ago by you that the collector of Yorktown Virga., who had made no...
The President of the U.S. is respectfully requested to put his approbation to the enclosed art....
Supposing that the power to lay embargoes should be considered as improper to be vested in the...
The propriety of complying with any particular application ought to be well considered, on...
I have the honor to enclose a letter received from Judge Hall & enclosing another from Govr....
The only application I had for Richmond was a recommendation in favr. of Wardlaw by, I believe,...
Bishop Carrol’s letter The Agent “Sibley” has arrived; and the memorial was forwarded to Congress...