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1 McHenry, James Adams, John To John Adams from James McHenry, 17 December 1799 1799-12-17 We have examined the papers in relation to Mr. Pintard, in the hands of the Secretary of State,...
2 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 19 September 1799 1799-09-19 I have the honor to enclose a letter from Mr Read Senator from South Carolina, containing an...
3 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 25 May 1799 1799-05-25 I am this Day honored with your two letters of the 19th. Inst. the contents of which shall be...
4 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 15 June 1799 1799-06-15 The Pickering, Capt Preeble, arrived at New York two or three Days ago—I expect the George...
5 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 5 September 1799 1799-09-05 A Gentleman of Maryland, not long from France, where he was a Prisoner, but after a time was...
6 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 25 June 1799 1799-06-25 I have the honor to enclose a letter for Capt Talbot, enclosing a commission for your signature....
7 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 25 May 1799 1799-05-25 I have been so much engaged, in consequence of the Arrival of so many Vessels, that I have not...
8 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 24 August 1799 1799-08-24 Capt Talbot arrived at Hampton roads the 15h. Inst—He writes me that he had not two hours fair...
9 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 25 July 1799 1799-07-25 I do myself the honor to enclose the Aurora of yesterday—beleiving that you do not take that...
10 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 3 June 1799 1799-06-03 I do myself the honor to enclose a Letter from Dwight Foster Esquire, recommending Mr. Joseph...
11 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 27 February 1801 1801-02-27 I take the liberty to mention Mr James M Lingan, a very respectable Inhabitant of George Town –...
12 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 12 July 1800 1800-07-12 The Congress, after her very long detention at Norfolk, I have reason to hope will be ready to...
13 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 2 July 1799 1799-07-02 Having information that Capt Little of the Boston will be ready for Sea, by the 10 Inst— I have...
14 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 26 June 1799 1799-06-26 I do myself the honor to enclose a Letter from John C. Jones Esquire recommending Capt. Joseph...
15 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 10 October 1798 1798-10-10 The arrangement of the rank of Captains in the Navy, is a subject which will soon demand...
16 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 30 July 1798 1798-07-30 By letters previously recd. from Stephen Higginson Esqr of Boston, I had been taught to expect...
17 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 29 July 1799 1799-07-29 After having obtained your approbation of an enterprize to the Court of Spain &c for the two...
18 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 3 July 1799 1799-07-03 I do myself the honor to enclose a Letter to Capt Little, covering Warrants for Saml Bullen Saml....
19 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 15 September 1800 1800-09-15 Both the Ganges, and the Warren, have been driven from their station at the Havanna, by the...
20 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 8 April 1799 1799-04-08 I take the liberty to enclose the Aurora, because it contains an address from Genl. McPherson—&...
21 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 12 July 1799 1799-07-12 If Capt. Talbott persists in declining the Command of the Constitution—I presume Capt. Sever will...
22 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 10 May 1799 1799-05-10 I do myself the honor to enclose the copy of a letter from Mr Sewell—and my answer, to be...
23 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 25 November 1798 1798-11-25 In obedience to your command, I have endeavoured to give to the important question you were...
24 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 11 September 1799 1799-09-11 I do myself the honor to enclose a letter to Capt Tryon, covering Warrants for Loudon Baley,...
25 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 8 August 1799 1799-08-08 I have the honor to enclose a letter from Mr Forster of Providence, recommending Jonathan P....
26 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 19 September 1798 1798-09-19 The enclosed letter was recd. last night—it is yet too early to receive an official confirmation...
27 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 29 August 1799 1799-08-29 The Officers are now all at this place, & not badly accomodated. Will you Sir, pardon the liberty...
28 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 11 May 1799 1799-05-11 I do myself the honor, to enclose a Letter from Mr. Jones, Chairman of the Committee for building...
29 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 17 August 1799 1799-08-17 When I did myself the honor to suggest for your consideration, the employment of the Frigate...
30 Stoddert, Benjamin Adams, John To John Adams from Benjamin Stoddert, 27 September 1798 1798-09-27 Having left behind me when I came into Public Service, a Wife & seven Children whom I am anxious...