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31 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 5 November 1791 1791-11-05 In behalf of myself and the gentlemen concerned in the sloop Jane and cargo, I beg leave to...
32 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 13 November 1791 1791-11-13 Your obliging favour 9th. Inst. came to hand per post, consequently we have not had the pleasure...
33 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 15 April 1792 1792-04-15 The Enclosed publication has appear’d in the Philadelphia Papers. From its Nature (If fully...
34 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Samuel Smith, 16 March 1793 1793-03-16 From the number of vacancies that have lately happened in the Army I am Induc’d to apply for an...
35 Smith, Samuel Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Samuel Smith, 16 June 1793 1793-06-16 Before I receivd your Letter of the 8 Inst. I had Convers’d with Mr. Randolph who had nearly...
36 Smith, Samuel Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Samuel Smith, 20 August 1793 1793-08-20 Yours of 17 Inst. I have recd. The late proceedings of the Executive give satisfaction to every...
37 Smith, Samuel Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Samuel Smith, 27 August 1793 1793-08-27 Since my last I have inquird most particularly & find that there was not the Smallest Ground for...
38 Smith, Samuel Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Samuel Smith, 16 September … 1794-09-16 [ Baltimore, September 16, 1794. On September 19, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Smith : “I have had the...
39 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Samuel Smith, 22 September … 1794-09-22 The Post of Marshall for the District of Maryland having become Vacant by the removal of Colonel...
40 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Samuel Smith, 25 May 1795 1795-05-25 The Inclosed was this Moment deliv⟨er⟩d me by Capt. Buchanan of the Pomona just Arrived from...
41 Smith, Samuel Adams, John To John Adams from Samuel Smith, 2 August 1798 1798-08-02 I take the liberty to enclose you the copy of a letter which I shall address to the Publick...
42 Smith, Samuel Adams, John To John Adams from Samuel Smith, 24 July 1799 1799-07-24 I Do myself the honor to Inclose you a publication of the Committee of this City, whether it will...
43 Smith, Samuel Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Samuel Smith, 14 January … 1800-01-14 Some Years past I had the pleasure to recommend Mr. W. Wilson to the secy. of War & he Obtained a...
44 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 8 October 1800 1800-10-08 Mr. Iznardi Consul of the U:S—has arrived in Baltimore from Cadix, the Old Gentle[man] on his...
45 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 24 December 1800 1800-12-24 In Consequence of the Conversation we had on the subject of Banks I made application (without...
46 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, [before 12 March … 1801-03-12 Capt. William Buchanan has resided at the Isle of France for the last four or five years, [his]...
47 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 17 March 1801 1801-03-17 I am afraid I have Acted improperly by delaying to answer your letter so long.—I hope however It...
48 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 20 March 1801 1801-03-20 I do myself the honor to transmit to you an Address from the Republican Citizens of Alleghany...
49 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 2 April 1801 1801-04-02 A Report prevails & is believed that a fracas took place between the sailors of the French ship...
50 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 6 April 1801 1801-04-06 The Inclosed from Mr Dawson I have this Instant received—The fracas at Norfolk commenced with...
51 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 4 May 1801 1801-05-04 Agreably to your request, I will endeavour to give as correct an idea of the Navy of the United...
52 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 4 April 1801 … 1801-05-04 I do myself the honor to enclose you the latest information in this Department relative to the...
53 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 23 May 1801 … 1801-05-23 23 May 1801, Navy Department. Responds to JM’s order for certain naval stores—drawn on supplies...
54 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 26 May 1801 1801-05-26 I think It was determined to displace the present Marshall of Maryland Mr. Hopkins & Appoint...
55 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 4 June 1801 1801-06-04 I have the honor to request your signature to the accompanying Commissions & Warrants— They are...
56 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 6 June 1801 1801-06-06 I have the pleasure to Inform you that the squadron under Commodore Dale sail’d on the 1: Inst. &...
57 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 10 June 1801 1801-06-10 The Secy of the Navy has the honor of submitting to the President, his letter in answer to...
58 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 13 June 1801 1801-06-13 Since my last respects of the 5th. May I have endeavoured as much as the pressure of business...
59 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 22 June 1801 1801-06-22 I send you inclosed two letters I have recieved in behalf of Mr Forbes appointed to Havre by Mr...
60 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 26 June 1801 1801-06-26 I return you my sincere thanks for your favorable Intention respectg. Mr. Buchanan—I am pleased...