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Mr. Madison was to set out on Monday last, & is expected here to-day. we have some matters of...
Your letter of the 21st. is duly recieved, inclosing a commission of Lieutt. for John Williams....
I wrote you on the 17th. on the subject of the stores for Algiers, since which your’s of the...
Can a gunboat be spared from Charleston? DLC : Harwood Family Papers.
You will percieve by the inclosed papers that an aggression has been committed on the Spanish...
Th: Jefferson salutes mr Smith and incloses him a letter from a mr Nichols of Massachusets...
I recieved yesterday mr Thomas’s favor covering the list of warrants for the week, and your’s of...
It is suggested to me (indirectly from the person himself) that Jerome Bonaparte is at Baltimore,...
Th: Jefferson incloses to mr Smith a rough sketch of his first undigested ideas of the matters to...
I send you the inclosed from O’Brien merely that you may read the upper half of the last page the...
I nominate Joseph Tarbell—now a Lieutenant in the Navy—to be a Master Commandant in the Navy—to...
I have heard of your misfortune and lament it, but will say nothing, ha[ving] learnt from...
I inclose you a letter from one Baldwin respecting things at the Wallabough. the proper use of...
Mr. Madison recieved from the Collector of the Customs at Philadelphia, yesterday, capt Kennedy’s...
According to information & consultations formerly had, it has been considered that 250. gunboats...
When it became necessary for me to name a successor to Mr. Stoddart, as Secretary of the Navy, my...
Soon after my arrival here I recieved a letter from Govr. Cabell requesting me to give such...
Your letters of Aug. 23. 27. 29. 30. have all been recieved. the two last came yesterday. I...
I recieved last night the inclosed petition from the Walleboght company to build a bridge across...
The communications from the Mediterranean recieved from your department, I have inclosed to mr...
Mr. Smith of Ohio, who has undertaken the building of two gunboats, having employed his hands &...
It is really wonderful how compleatly our countrymen, after staying sometime in Europe, forget...
As mr Pinckney may be arrived in the country some time before I hear of it, will you be so good...
I return you Chancey’s letter. I am sorry to see the seamen working for rations only, & that we...
Will you be so good as to give the inclosed a strict revisal, and to suggest on a separate paper...
I inclose you a petition from a woman (Mary Barnett) who complains that her son of 13. years of...
We have now authentic information from mr Simpson that the Governor of Tangiers has by letter...
If your honor can make any use of his honor mr Hunt writer of the inclosed, I dare say he will...
I inclose you a petition of the widow Bennet for the liberation of her son at Boston, a Minor, or...
You will receive from Capt Tingey information of the capture of our late store ship by a Spanish...