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Upon finding that Capt Tingey had not, as was his duty, reported to the Dept the timber and the...
It would seem from the tenour of the Communications from our Ministers at Madrid that they were...
I have the honor to transmit herewith, for your signature a number of Commissions which are...
Being apprehensive that the blank Commissions & Warrants mentioned in my Letter to you of the...
*The temperate and Correct Course pursued by our Consul Mr Simpson, the promptitude of Commodore...
Some days since I had the honor of communicating to you verbally that there were employed in the...
I send you the enclosed in order that you may perceive the movements of the Spanish troops from...
I enclose six blank warrants which it is intended to fill up with the names of the following...
I enclose herewith 15 Commissions and 15 Warrants to which I have the honor to request your...
As it is probable that the frigate Boston may remain on the Mediterranean Station, and as Capt...
The case of Doctor Barraud brought to your attention by Judge Tucker was acted upon before I came...
I have this moment received your favor of yesterday. Being much engaged in some private affairs...
The proceedings of the Court not having been yet transmitted to me by Mr Jones the Judge Advocate...
The enclosed is a private letter in answer to one of the same kind from me. In calling it private...
I some weeks since received the enclosed—I deem it proper to submit it to your eye altho it is...
This Subscriber begs leave humbly to Sojest to your Exelancy that on ain Excursion to the North &...
The letter of W.C.N., which you submitted to my consideration, I have read. His ideas have my...
The enclosed are the only papers that have been sent to me in the Case of Neale. If there had...
I have addressed you letters respecting of going electioneering for you in the year 1800. having...
I have the honor to present for your approbation as Midshipmen in the Navy, Gilbert H. Smith...
Mem. Sloops of War } Siren } at Washington. } could all be prepared for sea by the time their...
I have the honor to enclose to you herewith a nomination to the Senate of Dr. Saml. D. Heap to be...
I have had the honor of receiving your note in relation to Mr. Tarlton Webb—I will accordingly...
I enclose a blank warrant for your signature to be filled with the name of Joseph Nicholson as...
From the enclosed letter you will perceive that the Conduct of young Cooper has been as was...
Mr Cuttings note accords with all the information I have received respecting Capt. Ingraham as...
An Amendment proposed to the Constitution to be added to S. 3. Art. 4. Louisiana being in virtue...
Upon my return to Balt. last Evening I found your favor of the 8th. and hence it is that I have...
In the course of a few days the sailing instructions and other communications will be forwarded...
The Enclosed is submitted to your Consideration—I will have some Conversation with you upon the...
The inclosed just received I hasten to transmit to you. Mr Crowninshield, it seems, is of the...
The enclosed I have just received from Capt Tingey. In my answer to Com. Truxtun I have meerly...
I have the honor to transmit herewith Abstracts of the Warrants on the Treasury issued by me for...
From the dispatches herewith sent you will perceive the state of our affairs in the...
The publication in Major Jackson’s paper to which the enclosed alludes I have not seen. I know...
I have the honor to request your signature to the enclosed blank warrants required for the...
Your favor of the 16h. I have had the honor of receiving. I had the satisfaction of seeing Mr...
Mr. John R Leaycraft of New York, & Mr. Drury M. Allen of Buckingham County, Virginia, have been...
Will you be pleased to give your signature to the enclosed blank commissions?—they are wanted for...
Abstract of Warrants drawn on the Treasurer by the Secretary of the navy for navy purposes,...
Your favor of the 9h. I have had the honor of receiving. To Mr Gallatin I forwarded the enclosure...
Instead of proceeding to Washington immediately and of returning, as suggested by you, in the...
I have the honor to request your signature to the enclosed Commissions & Warrants—they are wanted...
There are eight vacancies in the Navy, of Lieutenants—The Gentlemen mentioned in the accompanying...
I take the liberty of informing you that with Mr. Wm. Smith came Mrs. Hall the Sister of Mrs. Rt....
The names of the Officers I introduced to you are Mr Jenks Lieut Mr Ludlow Lieut, Nephew of Mr...
The officers proposed on the accompanying paper for nomination to the Senate, have been...
I have the honor to enclose herewith a Warrant of Midshipman for William Sim . He is the son of a...
I have the honor to request your Signature to the Warrant herewith enclosed for Samuel Johnson as...
“ will be properly regarded ” Would it not be better to presume that your representations have...