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When it became necessary for me to name a successor to Mr. Stoddart, as Secretary of the Navy, my...
I recieved yesterday mr Thomas’s favor covering the list of warrants for the week, and your’s of...
Congress appropriated 20,000 D. to effecting the Marine hospital . the Site purchased of the...
Your favors of Aug. 27. 31. 31. are received. the last one requires only to be acknoleged. the...
I have just recieved from Govr. Drayton a letter [on] the subject of the French prisoners there,...
The letters of the 7th. 8th. 11th. & [14]th. inst. from yourself and your chief clerk came to...
Capt Truxton’s idea of a [gradual] relief of our frigates [presents] advantages. in addition to...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of the Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary at War & Secretary of...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to the Secretary of the navy and incloses him a...
I recieved yesterday the inclosed copies of letters from Simpson & Commodore Morris forwarded...
I inclose you a letter from a mr Isaac Mansfield as attorney for the representative of James...
Your favors of the 16th & 17th were recieved last night; but neither the commissions or Warrants...
I have just returned from Mr. Madison’s, where I have had conferences with him on the subject of...
I had yesterday written & committed to the post office a letter in answer to yours of the 16th....
Your’s of the 27th. was recieved yesterday. the host of commissions had come to hand and been...
Your two favors of Aug. 31. are recieved. the printed instructions are signed & accompany this. I...
We have now authentic information from mr Simpson that the Governor of Tangiers has by letter...
The object of the present is merely to acknolege the reciept of yours of the 14th. and to mention...
I have had an opportunity of consulting with mr Madison and of considering with his assistance...
We have this morning recieved authentic information from mr Simpson that a state of peace is...
Francis Mitchill of Richmond in Virginia has been recommended for a midshipman’s place by Colo....
Th: Jefferson asks a consultation with the heads of departments tomorrow at 11. aclock, on the...
I have recieved a letter from the Secy. of state informing me that the Dey of Algiers refuses to...
I wrote you on the 17th. on the subject of the stores for Algiers, since which your’s of the...
I recieved yesterday your’s of the 17th. suggesting the sending into the Mediterranean the...
I learn from Capt Tingey that the Philadelphia will probably not sail till August, and the...
I this moment recieve from mr Madison a communication of your letter of the 17th. proposing that...
It is suggested to me (indirectly from the person himself) that Jerome Bonaparte is at Baltimore,...
Th: Jefferson salutes mr Smith and incloses him a letter from a mr Nichols of Massachusets...
I inclose you a letter from mr Simpson to mr Madison shewing very clearly that our plan of having...
Your favor of the 28th. came to hand on the 2d. inst. expecting mr Madison daily , I deferred...
Having understood that you have been unwell, & that your family is still so, I have not asked...
Your favor of yesterday is this moment recieved. mine of Sep. 30. [was] written without any...
I have heard of your misfortune and lament it, but will say nothing, ha[ving] learnt from...
I now return you the sentence of the court of enquiry in Morris’s case. what is the next step? I...
The calls for our gunboats at Charleston, Savanna, Mobille & N. Orleans are very imperious. the...
I have no doubt that we ought to do here every thing which time will permit us to do; and...
I have made some slight alterations with a view to perspicuity in order to confine. Article Ist....
I should be much better pleased to see a due proportion of candidates for the place of midshipmen...
As mr Pinckney may be arrived in the country some time before I hear of it, will you be so good...
I inclose you a letter and other papers which I recieved from Captain Truxton by the last post....
Can you inform me of the progress made in the gunboats, where they are building, and when they...
I inclose you a letter from one Baldwin respecting things at the Wallabough. the proper use of...
I recieve your letter of yesterday in the kind light in which you intended it: and as it suggests...
Mr. Reibelt, bookseller, St. Patricks’s roue, Baltimore having sent me a box of books to select...
Will you be so good as to give the inclosed a strict revisal, and to suggest on a separate paper...
The act of the Virginia legislature which is the foundation of the inclosed will become null by...
Your favor of the 27th. was recieved yesterday proposing to advance Lieutenants Sterett and Hull...
I have spoken with Genl. Dearborne on the subject of the Marines at N. Orleans, and he sais there...
I return you Commodore Preble’s letter which gives us time enough to consider on his mission. he...