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2 May 1801, Philadelphia. In compliance with request of the subscribers to enclosed...
Jacob Mayer Esquire late Consul at Cape Francois for whom I have now the pleasure of addressing...
Letter not found. 6 July 1801. Acknowledged in JM to Jones, 13 July 1801 . Encloses memorial from...
Mr Chandler Price a respectable merchant of this City, with whom a friendly intercourse of many...
6 October 1801, Philadelphia. Introduces Robert Ritchie, U.S. consul at Port Républicain, whose...
22 April 1802, Philadelphia. Writes on behalf of some of his mercantile friends of Philadelphia...
The enclosed letter I received in Augt. last and intending to visit the seat of government before...
§ From William Jones. January 1806. “The value and importance of the commerce of the united...
By the mail of this day I was honored with your private and confidential communication and while...
Believing that if my view of the subject on which you did me the honor to ask my opinion could be...
The enclosed letter to your address I received this day from an american friend in Paris who is...
The enclosed circular is I believe the only one of the kind received here this day and as none of...
As information from respectable private sources may in the absence of Official intelligence serve...
30 April 1812, Philadelphia. Recommend John Dayton, merchant of Philadelphia, for the position of...
22 May 1812, Philadelphia. Transmits the proceedings of a meeting of the citizens of the first...
I have the honor to enclose to your Excellency a Resolution of the General Assembly of this State...
Upon a presumption that my letter of July 22d must have miscarried I now do myself the honor to...
As it is possible my letters of July 22d & of August 22d may not have reached your Excellency, I...
I am honored with your letter of the 12th Inst enclosing my Commission as Secretary of the Navy...
I have the honor to lay before You, the proceedings of a Court Martial, held at Fort Norfolk, on...
I have this instant received a hand Bill from the press of the Wilmington Del. Watchman enclosed...
The existing instructions from this Department rendering the Naval Commanders on certain stations...
You will perceive by the enclosed letters that the note you sent for my perusal was written under...
If water alone is their object they can get it with facility in the Potowmac without hazard, but...
I returned at 6 this evening much fatigued having overset but without injury. The roads are...
I feel that as a member of your Cabinet I ought to avoid adding to the number of solicitors on...
Will the President please to say what answer I may give to Mr Gray and if the prayer of his...
Agreably to a Resolution of the Legislature of this State, pass’d at their Session the last week,...
It is probable you may have seen the attack upon Commodore Murray in the Democratic Press and as...
I return the proceedings of the Court Martial at Sackets Harbour for your decision on the...
Extract from a letter of Capt. Sinclair dated Norfolk. May 16. 1813. I was yesterday evening at...
I enclose 11. letters received by the mail of this day from Commodore Chauncey. Nos. 17. to 27....
The enclosed report is prepared in consequence of a call from the Chairman of the Naval Committee...
I send the enclosed letters for your perusal. James T Leonard was next in command to Com Chauncey...
I enclose for your perusal the official letters of Commodore Chauncey 27, 28, 29. June which the...
I have pleasure in sending the enclosed letters which show that com. Chauncey has determined upon...
At 4 AM I received the enclosed from Captain Morris and immediately came to this place to order...
21 July 1813, Navy Department. “The appointments, & nominations on the enclosed paper, are...
My duty to the Nation, solicitude for the prosperity of your administration, for yourself a...
The enclosed is copy of a letter received this morning from Capt Perry. Thus Sir you see the...
Last night Coll Duval of Annapolis came up from that place in haste to see the Secretary at War...
The enclosed extracts and copies from Com Chauncey & Captn Perrys letters and from the private...
Mr Osgood the Naval Officer of New York is dead. The offices of Surveyor & Naval Officer are of...
I enclose for your information copy of a letter from Mr Anderson Navy Store keeper New York who...
I herewith transmit the proceedings of a Court Martial held at Point Petre 19th July for the...
A letter from Genl Boyd and a private one from Genl Williams states that Com Chauncey lost two of...
I return the proceedings of the court martial in the case of Lieut Sevier and upon reflection I...
On the day of your departure from this City you directed the Removal of Josiah Weston Collector...
I have received a Despatch from Com Chauncey dated the 13th. at Sacketts Harbour where he had...
Extract from a letter from Fort George U. C. Augt. 17. 1813 By a despatch last night at Taptoo we...