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I have the honor, by the inclosed copies, to communicate to you, a second letter, dated the 30...
In order to enable me to carry into effect your instructions for preserving the peace and...
As soon as I recd the communication of your arrangements, for laying an Embargo on the trade of...
The Secretary at war, has transmitted to me, by your instructions, a copy of a law relatively to...
A body of about 120 Seamen, who declared to me that they were British subjects, deprived of...
In answer to a circular letter, which I addressed to the Officers of this Commonwealth,...
In compliance with your request, communicated by the Secretary at War, in his letter of the 19....
The information contained in the letter from Genl Wilkins, which I communicated to you yesterday;...
I have occasion to regret, that your opinion, on the expediency of suspending, for the present,...
In compliance with the request of Judge Addison, I have the honor to transmit to you a copy of...