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I have the honor to transmit transcripts of the proceedings of the Circuit Court for Connecticut...
The Bank of Pennsylvania applies for relief—they fall regularly 100,000 drs. per week in debt to...
I have the honor to enclose letters from the collectors of Charleston, and Norfolk , in relation...
You omitted mentioning the Post office where to direct the Letter to Dr. Bache . I have filled...
In the case of the Snow “Windsor,” the Collector of Boston was, in conformity to the Presidents...
Will the President enquire from Gen. Dearborn whether Mr Lee is proper to succeed Mr Gerry , as...
I had the honor to communicate to you , last December, that Mr. Gerry, Collector of Marblehead,...
Will the President be pleased to examine the question ? It is becoming important and must be...
An endorsement on the enclosed letter somewhat similar to that sketched , will be sufficient...
A sale of the city lots pledged for the repayment of the within mentioned loan, cannot, in my...
Is it not best to do whatever is wanting at once. I have not yet answered Latimer’s letter & will...
On receipt of your letter I wrote to Mr Latimer & now enclose a copy of my letter & his answer:...
Having neither the law authorizing the Commissrs. on the Georgia business to enquire into the...
I received yesterday six blank commissions for offices of collector &a. But one has been omitted;...
I received yesterday your’s of the 20th, and will attend to the dates of the several commissions....
I have the honor to submit to your consideration the “regulations concerning the Mississipi...
I have the honor to enclose a letter from the Commissioner of the revenue together with one from...
I arrived here last week, and found much business to do, but principally mere details with which...
I had the honor to receive your letter of the 6th instt., and have directed the documents therein...
I have the honor to enclose a Letter from the Auditor in which he expresses his doubts of the...
I received this morning your letter of the 9th instt. on the subject of Morocco & the Barbary...
I enclose herewith the following papers Recommendation for Commisrs. of Bankruptcy at Poukepsie...
I once more return the proposed regulations concerning the Mississipi trade. Nothing can be...
The Secretary of the Treasury, respectfully represents to the President of the United States,...
I have received your letter of the 14th instt., in which you justly correct my transposition of...
I duly received your letter of the 20th & will attend to its contents. I have not had less...
I leave the office under the care of Mr Nourse, and if I can stand the journey will set off for...
I have been here four days, and have felt the effects of my late stay in Washington: I am now...
Since I closed my letter of this day, Mr Madison has enclosed to me the within recommendation for...
I intend leaving this city this evening & expect to meet you at Washington the last of this...
I have the honor to enclose the copy of a letter from the Collector of Norfolk, and of a...
I have the honor to enclose a letter from the collector of Boston, in which he recommends the...
I have the honor to enclose the following papers vizt. A letter from the collector of New-York...
I have the honor to enclose a letter from Mr Kirby Supervisor of Connecticut, in which he...
On reading the enclosed piece in Poulson’s paper, I was induced to answer it, as a similar...
I had the honor to receive your letter of the 20th. ultimo, in answer to mine of the 8th....
I have the honor to enclose a letter from John Young, a mariner, who being sick within the limits...
An advertisement for the plan of a marine hospital published in the Boston papers has produced...
I return D’oyley’s letters : these connected with that I received in June or July last &...
In answer to your note of this morning, stating that Mr. Edmund Randolph had offered to Mr. Short...
I enclose the resignation of the surveyor of the customs at Smithfield, an out post attached to...
I have the honor to enclose a letter of the Commissioner of the revenue, enclosing a copy of the...
I have the honor to enclose the report of Richard L. Green, of the repairs necessary to prevent...
I have the honor to enclose a second Report of the Chamber of commerce of Philadelphia, and a...
I enclose the report of the persons appointed to survey the sound together with some other papers...
The difficulties attending the New Orleans trade & suggested in the enclosed letters, cannot...
I enclose a letter of Capn. Crowningshield recommending the removal of the Surveyor of Gloucester...
I enclose two recommendations for the office of inspector at Smithfield—it should be “ surveyor...
I enclose some recommendations for the appointt. of surveyor at Smithfield near Norfolk. I had,...
The certificate in the case of Daniel Cutter, is similar to what has usually been prepared when...