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Letter not found. 15 April 1803. Mentioned in William Thornton to Stevens, 29 Apr. 1803 (listed...
The great importance of the subject of the following communication must be my apology for...
Ca. 4 June 1812. “Considering the enclosed Pamphlet to contain matter w⟨or⟩thy the serious...
The enclosed copies of letters, together with the certificates of Com. Decatur and Cap. Porter...
The vast importance, in my humble opinion, of the subject matter of the communications herewith...
Intending shortly to embark for some port in France, and to proceed thence with all convenient...
Intending shortly to embark for some port in France, and to proceed thence with all convenient...
In pursuance of the directions of the Secretary of the Navy a number of experiments were made at...
The enclosed is a copy of a letter addressed to the Secretary of war. As I have received no...
From Providence in the state of Rhode Island to Savannah, Georgia, a distance of more than a...
Requests extension of patent, granted to him in 1810 by James Madison for improvements on steam...
The difficulties, dangers, delay & expense of transportation, experienced by the public as well...
[ 10 May 1791 ]. He enumerates “improvements respecting the generation of steam and the...
The vast importance, in my humble opinion, of the subject matter of the communications herewith...
I did myself the Honor of addressing , you and inclosing to you, from the Bahamas some time ago...