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Agreeably to your directions Letters of appointment have been issued for filling up all the vacancies in the Medical staff of the Army except that of one Regimental Surgeons mate. I enclose a list of them, together with a Copy of the order to the Adt. General. Having ascertained from Genl. Parker that Dr. Thomas would accept the appointment of Regimental Surgeon; that vacancy has been given to...
Copies of the enclosed papers respecting the pay of the Army, have been sent to Mr. Dallas, & he has promised to communicate to you his opinion on the subject. The Letter from Genl. Brown will require attention. Mr. Crawfords baggage has just arrived & he will leave this for Mont Pelier, today or tomorrow. Yours very truely RC ( DLC ). Docketed by JM . Year not indicated; conjectural year...
I have the honor to transmit a list of the names of all the applicants on the files of this department for filling vacancies in the Medical staff, and a statement of those vacancies. Both the gentlemen applying to fill the vacancy of regimental surgeon, are well recommended, and stand high; both as to talents and services, Dr. Buckner particularly. All the applicants for regimental surgeons...
Your favor of the 27th Ult. was received in due course of the mail, but as the Board of Director[s] of the Branch Bank did not meet until yesterday, I postponed an answer untill I could advise you of the success of your application; and I have now the satisfaction to inform you that the Board have assented to your proposition, and I have requested Mr. Smith to forward to you in due time the...
I hasten to forward you an extract of a Letter from Mr. Dallas to Mr. Monroe, & which he enclosed to me. “The Benjamin Franklin brings English papers in which an American Commercial Treaty, is admitted in parliament to have been signed. Messrs. Gallatin & Clay are in Liverpool on their way hither.” Yours very sincere[l]y RC ( DLC ). Docketed by JM . Year not indicated; conjectural year...
Since I wrote to you on the subject of the appointments, another vacancy in the 6th. Infantry has been occasioned by the death of Capt. Murdock. As this is a vacancy by casualty, it is a question to be decided, whether it ought to filled up by promotion, or by reinstating one of the old Officers. If the decision is in favor of the latter mode, General Parker has strongly urged the claim of...
I have the honor to lay before you a list of appointments to fill vacancies in the army. DNA : RG 45--LSP--Letters Sent to the President.
Agreeably to the request of Mr. Crawford, I have examined the recommendations & relative pretensions of the officers applying to fill vacancies in the Army; and have arranged them in the order in which I think they should stand; keeping in view the necessities of the service & the convenience of reorganization. A list is forwarded for your selection & a Copy sent to Mr. Crawford. Capt. Donaho...
The Acting Secretary of War has the honor to submit to the President the report made by the Commissioner of claims relative to his proceedings under the act, Authoriseing the payment for property lost captured or destroyed by the Enemy while in the Military Service of the UStates and for other Purposes. DNA : RG 45--LSP--Letters Sent to the President.
The acting Secretary of War to whom has been referred the resolution of the Senate of the 8th: of this month "requesting that the President cause to be laid before the Senate the Amount of Money paid by the government of the UStates for the Services of militia during the late War, stating the amount to each respective state, and Distinguishing, as far as possible what has been paid for militia...