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Have you obtained the name & character of the son of Made. Bonneville? I believe there remains a...
These recommenders are such good men that I think it will be best to make the nomination at once...
Walden’s petition to carry 30. new negroes from Charleston to N. Orleans, may I think be granted;...
The removal of Williams is approved. has not Gelston been deficient in not giving notice of...
will you examine the inclosed and make any alterations you think adviseable? it is written, as in...
I do not recollect the instructions to Govr. Lewis respecting squatters. but if he had any they...
I inclose you the petition of Jacob Smith of Newport in the case of the ship Triumph, which is a...
The inclosed petition from Deville was handed me by Genl. Turreau. I told him at once it was...
The cargo, ostensible destination, ownership & other circumstances respecting the ship Lorenzo of...
The answer to the petition of Percival & others praying that they may be permitted to send a...
The case of the schooner Concord, sold by J. Bell of Petersburg, to M. W. Hancock of Richmond. I...
I return you the papers in the case of the schooners Natalie & Atalante, and think there should...
Th: Jefferson returns the inclosed report to mr Gallatin with his entire approbation &...
I find that the correspondence on the subject of Tureau’s Permits was between mr Madison &...
The idea of regulating the coasting trade (to N. Orleans for instance) by the quantity of tonnage...
Mr. Harrison will continue in office till the 3d. of March. I send you tit for tat, one lady...
1. D.W. Coxe & the ship Comet. the application to send another vessel to the Havanna to bring...
1. Schooner Concord in which John Bell has an agency. the detention is confirmed for that cause...
1. the Comet & D.W. Coxe. I see in those papers no evidence but the letters of James Dixey & the...
I am quite at a loss what to propose in the case of Astor, and also of Nantucket. the difficulty...
I am really at a loss what to do in the inclosed case. the President as trustee for the city by...
1. Can we do better as to Nantucket than to send Coffin’s letter to Govr. Lincoln? he is better...
1. the ship Aurora, Capt. Rand. provisions, lumber, & naval stores being the articles on which we...
A press of business has prevented my sooner taking up the 3. bundles of papers now returned, and...
The accounts of the reciepts and expenditures during the year ending on the 30th. day of Sep....
I inclose you the financial paragraph with your amendments. I shall insert one on the militia,...
I intended to have sent the former papers respecting Gibbs, Chingoteague & the Folly landing to...
In the case of the Schooner Anne carried off forcibly by a British crew, I think the removal of...
The case of the Martinique petitioners. I think it wrong to detain foreigners caught here by the...
Is the case proposed by mr Wolcott left by the law at the discretion of anybody? the law makes it...
I think that none of the circumstances preceding the passage of the Embargo law stated by M....
Collector of Detroit. I think the liberal construction of the letter of May 2. as explained in...
As we know that Sullivan’s licences have overstocked the wants of the Eastern states, with flour;...
I really think Cross ought to be immediately removed: the clearance in our possession is evidence...
In the case of the brig Hieram, I think with you that no permission can be given to renew the...
I inclose you the papers in the cases of two vessels at Bermuda Hundred under a suggestion of an...
Your’s of Sep. 10. & 14. were recieved yesterday, and my time being brief, my answer must be so....
Yours of the 3d. & 8th. were recieved yesterday, & I return you all the papers they covered,...
I inclose you a copy of my letter to Theus, which goes on by this day’s post. also a letter from...
Your two letters of the 2d inst. were recd. yesterday afternoon, and I now return you Penniman’s...
I inclose you an application from Josiah Deane and others suggesting connivance in the collector...
I inclose you the cases of Thorndike of Mass. & Barney of R.I. recieved by yesterday’s post,...
Yours of the 23d. was recieved yesterday. your letter in which Coquerel’s case was mentioned was...
Yours of the 17th. was recieved only yesterday. it ought to have come by the preceding post. I...
I inclose you the letter of a mr Shuter asking permission to send a vessel to Lima. in this you...
Your’s of Aug. 3. which ought to have been here on the 8th. was not recieved till yesterday. it...
Yours of the 6th. & 9th. are just now recieved, as well as a letter from Govr. Tompkins on the...
Your letters of July 29. & Aug. 5. came to hand yesterday and I now return you those of Wynne,...
I inclose for your information letters from General Dearborne, P. D. Sargeant & Elisha Tracy on...
On the subject of the Western road, our first error was the admitting a deviation to Brownsville,...