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18 November 1812. “I transmit … copies of a communication from Mr. Russell to the Secretary of...
I communicate to Congress, for their information, copies and extracts from the correspondence of...
At the request of the Legislature of New Jersey, I communicate to Congress, copies of its...
28 February 1811. Transmits a report of the secretary of state relative to deficiencies in the...
I communicate to Congress, in confidence, a letter of the 2d of December, from Governor Folch of...
I lay before Congress, copies of the Treaty of Peace and Amity, between the United States and His...
I communicate to Congress copies of an Act of the Legislature of New York, relating to a canal...
The tendency of our commercial and navigation laws in their present state, to favor the Enemy and...
Among the incidents to the unexampled increase and expanding interests of the American nation,...
12 December 1810. Communicates a report from the secretary of state on expenditures from the fund...
8 June 1812. “I lay before Congress copies of letters which have passed between the Secretary of...
I communicate to Congress certain Documents, being a continuation of those heretofore laid before...
Confidential There being sufficient ground to infer, that it is the purpose of the Enemy to...
I lay before Congress copies of certain Documents, which remain in the Department of State. They...
I transmit to Congress copies of a letter to the Secretary of the Navy, from Captain Decatur of...
19 February 1811. Transmits a return of the militia of the U.S. as received by the War...
Fellow Citizens of the Senate and of the House of Representatives. On this first occasion of...
11 June 1812. “I transmit for the information of Congress copies of letters which have passed...
7 January 1811, Washington. Transmits the director of the Mint’s annual report for 1810. RC and...
Fellow Citizens of the Senate, and of the House of Representatives. In calling you together...
27 December 1811, Washington. “I lay before Congress copies of Resolutions entered into by the...
22 January 1813. Transmits “copies of a correspondence between John Mitchell, agent for American...
Congress will have seen, by the communication from the Consul General of the United States at...
Fellow Citizens of the Senate & of the House of Representatives. At the period of our last...
30 January 1811. “I transmit to Congress Copies of a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury...
I transmit to Congress for their information copies of a letter from Admiral Cockrane, commanding...
15 June 1812. “I transmit for the information of Congress copies of letters which have passed...
Fellow Citizens of the Senate, and of the House of Representatives. The embarassments which have...
5 January 1810. Transmits the director of the Mint’s annual report for 1809. RC and enclosures,...
I now lay before Congress, two letters to the Department of State, one from the present...