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10 May 1802, Department of State. “Your Letter of february 17th. with the Documents annexed were...
Enclosed is a power enabling you to negotiate the transfer of the Maryland bank stock. The...
The Legislature of Maryland at their last session authorised the Governor to take measures in...
In pursuance of a request made by Governor Mercer to the President, I have the honor to enclose...
16 November 1804, Department of State. “I have had the honor to receive in due time your letter...
I have the honor to make known to you that by a nomination of the President with the concurrence...
You will receive from the Bearer Mr. Forrest the public despatches for yourself & Mr. Monroe,...
I certify, that the Bearer hereof, William Pinkney, a Citizen of the United States of America, is...
I herewith inclose a Commission and letters of Credence authorizing you to treat with the British...
Under the 3d. article of the Treaty of 1794, as it has been expounded, Indian Traders on each...
Since the date of my last (May 30) I have obtained from the Secretary at War, the inclosed copies...
The enclosed papers, respecting the practices of British traders with the Indians, to instigate...
The enclosed Sketch, from the pen of Mr. Crowninshield, contains such pertinent and valuable...
terms precarious, and merchants know not what articles will be admitted into the Islands from day...
Your dispatch of the 11th. of Sepr. has been duly received. Altho’ the tenor of the discussions...
You will have seen by my letter of the 6th. inst. which went by Sundry conveyances, that the bill...
The President having this day coplied with the recommendation in your letter of Septr. 12. by a...
The detention of the Leonidas enables me to inclose a copy of the bill suspending the...
You will have seen by my letter of the 6th. which went by sundry other conveyances, that the Bill...
The triplicate of your communication of Novr. llth. has just been received. Those of Sepr. l2,...
Your dispatch of Jany. 3d. with the Treaty signed Decr 31 with the British Commissioners, were...
My letter of March 18th. acknowledged the receipt of your dispatches and of the Treaty signed on...
Your letter of April 25th. inclosing the British project of a Convention of limits, and your...
I rcd. a few days ago your favor of Aug. 13. and have submitted to the President your...
Mr. Erskine having been so good as to let me know, that the Mail of this evening will carry his...
A vessel having been engaged to carry from the Port of New York public dispatches and mercantile...
Having just learnt that the present Mail will arrive at New York in time for the British packet,...
I ought to have acknowledged your favour of Decr. 7. by the B. packet which conveyed an...
My last bore date the 8th. instant and went by the British Packet. It acknowledged your letters...
Since my last of Mar. 21. by Mr. Rose, I have had the pleasure of your two letters of Decr. 21 &...
My last was of March 22d., and went under the care of Mr Rose. I now forward printed copies of...
I avail myself of the last moment of the opportunity to inclose you a copy of the Resolution...
The writer of the letter (Mr. Keas Plimpton of Massacts.) of which a copy is inclosed, has just...
My last was of the 4th. inst, and went by a British packet from New York. I now forward a copy of...
For the private letters with which I have been favored I refer to the general list in my public...
The papers herewith inclosed will authenticate and explain a very flagrant instance of the...
You will receive by the present conveyance a continuation of certain Newspapers &c. from which...
Finding that the departure of the Packet has been from time to time postponed, I have caused a...
Your communications by Lt. Lewis were safely delivered on the evening of the 8th. inst. As it had...
I have little to add to my private letter of the 15th. by the B. Packet, a copy of which is...
The St. Michael having not yet returned with the result of the communications you will have...
Having written from my home in Virginia the official letter of this date, I have been less full...
I think it not improbable that this may not reach N. Y. in time for the Packet; but I take the...
I find by the receipt of your last private letter by Mr. Atwater, that there has been no...
I inclose herewith a copy of the Presidents Message yesterday delivered to Congress, and will...
Finding that Mr. Erskine detains the packet a day longer, I add a line to my private letter of...
The inclosed papers have been made out, and are now sent to you with a view of putting you in...
I forwarded to you by the British Packet which sailed from New York on the 17th. instant, the...
I wrote two short private letters by the British Packet, which sailed from N. York on the 17th....
My two last letters were of Novr. 9. & 25. The first went by a British Packet from New York; the...