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Th: Jefferson asks the favor of the heads of the departments to examine and consider the charges of Colo. Worthington against Govr. St. Clair with the answer of the latter and the documents in support or invalidation of the charges; & to favor him with their opinion in writing on each charge distinctly, whether ‘established’ or ‘not established,’ and whether those ‘established’ are...
Ca. 18 October 1802. Lists commissioners of bankruptcy for Vermont for whom commissions are to be made out, including Samuel Prentiss, Darius Chipman, Richard Skinner, Mark Richards, Reuben Atwater, James Elliott, and Oliver Gallup; “Also a Commission for Robert ⟨Elliott Coc⟩kran to be Marshal of S. Carolina vice Charles B. Cockran resigned.” RC ( ViU ). 1 p. RC torn, partially obscuring the...
Henry Warren (of Mass) to be Collector of Marblehead v. Samuel R. Gerry. William Lyman of Massachusetts to be Collector of Newbury port, vice Dudley A. Tyng William R. Lee of Massachus: to be collector of Salem & Beverley vice Joseph Hiller Peter Muhlenburg of Pensylvania to be Collector of vice George Latimer John Page of Virginia to be Collector of Petersburg v. William Heth. Tenche Cox of...
Tomson J. Skinner of Massachusets to be Commissioner of loans for Massachus⟨etts.⟩ William Few of New York to be Commissioner of loans for New York Daniel Humphreys of New Hampshire to be Atty. for the US. in the district of New Ha⟨mpshire.⟩ Thomas Rutter of Maryland to be Marshal for the district of Maryland. Joshua Prentiss of Massachusets to be Surveyor of the of Marblehead and Inspector of...
10 May 1803. Directs JM to issue commissions to Samuel Ward of Massachusetts to be naval officer for Salem, Massachusetts; Samuel Osgood of New York to be naval officer for the district of New York; Jeremiah Bennett, Jr., of New Jersey to be collector of customs for the district and inspector of the revenue for the port of Bridgeton, New Jersey; and George House of Connecticut to be master of...
Whether prizes & the proceeds of them taken after the date of the treaty with France can be restored by the Executive, or need an act of the legislature? The constitution has authorised the ordinary legislature alone to declare war against any foreign nation. If they may enact a perfect, they may a qualified war, as was done against France. In this state of things they may modify the acts of...
Yours of Dec. 19. has come safely. The event of the election has never been a matter of doubt in my mind. I knew that the Eastern states were disciplined in the schools of their town meetings to sacrifice differences of opinion to the great object of operating in phalanx, and that the more free and moral agency practised in the other states would always make up the supplement of their weight....
Coming all of us into Executive office new, and unfamiliar with the course of business previously practised, it was not to be expected we should in the first outset adopt, in every part a line of proceeding so perfect as to admit no amendment. The mode & degrees of communication particularly between the President & heads of departments have not been practised exactly on the same scale in all...
James Wilkinson of Maryland Governor of the territory of Louisiana from & after the 3d. of July next for the term of 3. years then next ensuing, unless sooner &c Joseph Browne of N. York, Secretary of do. from & after &c *Return Jonathan Meigs of Louisiana to be judges of the * John B. C. Lucas of Pensylvania court of the territory Rufus Easton of New York of Louisiana from & after &c. George...
The most prominent suspicion excited by the Report of the S. of the T. of Jan. 3. 1793. is that the funds raised in Europe and which ought to have been applied to the paiment of our debts there, in order to stop interest, have been drawn over to this country and lodged in the bank , to extend the speculations and increase the profits of that institution. To come at the truth of this, it...