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In the instructions to the several commanding Officers to lay up the gun boats, they were...
With your approbation the enclosed letter to Comre. Rodgers will be forwarded and a similar...
In answer to Mr. Macgregor’s letter to you —I have informed him that there is not, at this time,...
12 May 1809, Navy Department. James Owen, “lately appointed a surgeon’s mate in the navy,” has...
14 August 1809, Navy Department. The chief clerk transmits copies of a letter from Capt. David...
In the absence of the Secry. of the navy, I have the honor, in pursuance of his written...
As you are probably less occupied now than you will be on your return to the seat of Government,...
The secretary of the Navy having been unexpectedly detained in South Carolina by the extreme...
The most prompt attention shall be paid to your instructions; but permit me, sir, respectfully to...
I almost fear that I may be considered troublesome; but I beg that you will attribute my frequent...