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I nominate James Blake of Pensilvania to be Consul of the United States in the City of St....
I nominate Daniel Hawley of New York to be Consul of the United States at the Havannah in the...
I nominate Thomas Waring of South Carolina to be Naval Officer for the District of Charleston, in...
I nominate William Willis our Consul at Venice to be Consul of the United States at Barcelona in...
Your very obliging favour of the 4th I recieved, together with the late professor Luzac’s very...
In pursuance of your direction founded on the Resolve of Congress passed the second of March 1797...
In complyance with the desire of the two Houses of Congress, expressed in their resolution of the...
Altho I am far from haveing the honor of your personal acquaintance, and am perhaps but scarcely...
The Secretary of War begs leave to sub mit to the president certain facts and considerations...
It is Long ago, that I was honoured with your favour of Dec. 6 and April 18—in which your...
At a time when our Country is convulsed by different and opposite political opinions and views,...
At a moment, when dangers threaten the peace and prosperity of the United States, when foreign...
I nominate Arthur Sinclair to be Governor of the Territory of the United States North West of the...
I hope your Goodness will not think me Troublesom in giving you this line, and Informing you of...
I have the honor to lay before you a copy of the act of the Legislature of Kentuckey, this day...
The Secretary for the Department of War on the 30th day of December last made a representation to...
The employment of Individuals is a matter of Concern—The unfinished House in Chesnut street might...
Mrs. Dalton desirous to pay the Compliments of the Season to her much respected Friend Mrs....
The Situation of Affairs between Some of the Citizens of the United States and the Cherokee...
The Situation of Affairs, between Some of the Citizens of the United States, and the Cherokee...
I have now an Opportunity of transmitting to Congress, a Report of the Secretary of State with a...
Judge Miller, of Connecticut, and a Gentleman in whose information entire confidence may be...
From motives of humanity towards the objects of the act of Congress entitled “An act for the...
By John Adams, President of the United States of America A Proclamation. Whereas an act of the...
I nominate the following Persons to be Marshals of the United States. John Hobby for the District...
I intrude on yr. time with reluctance but having communicated to you the purport of Mr John...
At the time when the contest for the Presidency, produced a general discussion relative to the...
I have attentively considered the letter of the judge of the United States for the district of...
It is with extreme pain that I find myself constrained, in justice to my own reputation, to...
The only apology I can offer for troubling you is, that, I know, your highest gratification is to...