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There are some points relative to the finishing of our business which we suppose will occasion...
The Commissioners appointed to execute the several Acts of Congress, to provide more effectually...
The two points we had the honor to submit to your consideration this morning are those on which...
When at Washington I took the liberty to recommend Robert Porter Esqr. of Philadelphia to your...
My letter of the 18th of July to the Honorable the Secretary at War, (which he promises to shew...
Carlisle [ Pennsylvania ] November 13, 1800 . Notifies Hamilton that his son Callender Irvine is...
I received your Excellencys favour of this date, with One inclosed for Colonel Ogden, which I...
I did not receive your Exellencys letter of the 22d March, untill two days ago, I shall observe...
Notwithstanding several changes, have taken place since your Excellency laid the situation of our...
Your Excellencys letter of the 22d May did not come to hand till yesterday. The 17th of June I...
I arrived here the 25th March, at that time things were in greater confusion, than can well be...
Since my last letter to your Excellency, Col. Waibert, the Engineer, has been continually teazing...
I have been here upwards of two weeks labouring with the Assembly—in hopes to prevail on them to...
When I wrote your Excellency the 16th instant I had small hope of any effectual measures being...
I take the liberty to inclose a Copy of a Patent for a tract of land on the Mississippi,...
When I take in one view the Enemys force yet remaining at new york, the Troops for the War under...
I am honoured with your letter of this day, and however incapable of so Great a Task, Shall in...
On considering the business your Excellency laid before the Board yesterday —so many Matters of...
A number of the principal people of this Country made application to me about two Weeks since,...
My reasons for taking Post here; in preferrence to Westfield, were, not only on account of a...
5 May 1801, Philadelphia. Introduces Oliver Pollock, who contends that the government owes him...
The present strength of the Garrison at Fort Pitt is 230 at least 30 of these are unfit for field...
Doctor Knight (a Surgeon I sent with Colonel Crawford) returned the 4th instant to this place; he...
I most sincerely & heartily congratulate you, on the late success in the Election of President,...
I beg leave to mention to your Excellency that there are no Surgeons with the Detachment—I have...
I came here immediately on hearing the Assembly of the State was called, Genl St Clair has been...
At the time Congress directed me to repair to this place I took for granted your Excellency would...
I have received a letter this day from Lt Colonel Byard at Fort Pitt informing that the Savages...
Your favor from Fredericksburgh, covering a letter for Mr. Jefferson came to hand & I will either...
The bearer Lieutenant Mcfarlin waits on your Excellency to state an affair respecting a Man he...