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I have learnt, with sincere concern, the circumstances which have taken place at Washington ....
Having just now made up my packet of documents to be sent to Mess rs Hay & Wirt , my counsel in...
Papers recieved from the Secretary of State’s office and now returned Derbigny’s Opinion on the...
I have waited the occasion of the present inclosure to perform the duty of my thanks for the kind...
In the action brought against me by E. Livingston on the subject of the Batture , the counsel...
I inclose you a letter from mr Smith of Erie , one of the members of Pensylvania , which you will...
being quite a stranger to the service in which the vessel at Charleston is engaged, as well as to...
I inclose you a petition of the widow Bennet for the liberation of her son at Boston, a Minor, or...
you will percieve by the inclosed letter, that the young man who writes it (enlisted among the...
You will percieve by the inclosed papers that an aggression has been committed on the Spanish...
Yours of the 13th. has been recieved, and mr Goldsboro has forwarded to me the state of the...
Your’s of July 30. came to hand only yesterday. it has consequently loitered somewhere two posts....
The letters of Trenchard, Williamson & Leonard, which I recieved from you the last week, I...
Complaints multiply upon us of evasions of the embargo laws by fraud & force. these come from...
I have considered the letter of the Director of the Mint stating the ease with which the errors...
I return you Capt. Truxton’s letter. the only difficulty in the case is to concieve how such...
I thank you for the information contained in your’s of the 17th. and as it has not yet got into...
I inclose you a petition from a woman (Mary Barnett) who complains that her son of 13. years of...
I nominate Joseph Tarbell—now a Lieutenant in the Navy—to be a Master Commandant in the Navy—to...
I approve of your letter to Commodore Murray entirely, and in order to settle what shall be our...
Can a gunboat be spared from Charleston? DLC : Harwood Family Papers.
I believe we must employ some of our gunboats to aid in the execution of the embargo law. some...
I think the answer to the Mayor of N. York must be that the law fixes the number of men we may...
To the letter from mr Davy of the Committee of the Chamber of commerce of Philadelphia (which I...
I return you Chancey’s letter. I am sorry to see the seamen working for rations only, & that we...
Proceeding as we are to an extensive construction of gun-boats, there are many circumstances to...
On my return yesterday I found yours of the 10th. and now re-inclose you Com. Rogers’s letter....
Mr. Madison, who is with me, suggests the expediency of immediately taking up the case of Capt...
Your’s of the 1st. came to hand yesterday evening, and I this day inclose it to Garbut. I now...
I had written to you yesterday on the subject of notifying our E. India trade in answer to yours...