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In my speech to the two houses of Congress at the opening of the session I urged the expediency of being prepared for war as one of the best securities to our peace. Events which seem dayly to be unfolding themselves press still more seriously upon us the duty of being so prepared, indicating that the calamities of war may by a train of circumstances be forced upon us, notwithstanding the most...
In my speech to the two houses of Congress at the opening of the session I urged the expediency of being prepared for war as one of the best securities to our peace —Events which seem dayly to be unfolding themselves press still more seriously upon us the duty of being so prepared, indicating that the calamities of war may by a train of circumstances be forced upon us, notwithstanding the most...
Anne Sauvage habitante du Cap français, ayant echappé au fer, & a l’Incendie de cette infortunée ville, amena avec elle, trois jeunes Demoiselles, orphelines, dont l’Éducation, lui avait eté confiée, (des leur Berceau) par leurs Péres, & Meres. a leur arrivée dans Ce Continant, elle obteint des secours, pour elle, et ses trois orphelines, on les leur continua, jusqu’a Ce que les fonds destinés...
An Account of Funded Stock on the Books of the Treasury, on which Attachments have been Laid. Time when notice of the Attachment was given at the Office. By whom attached. Proprietors of the Stock. Six & ⅌ Cents. Three & ⅌ Cents. Deferred. Dollars. Cents. Dollars. Cents. Dollars. Cents. 1793.
Opinion on requests made by John Cleves Symmes by his Letter of June 8th 1793 1 Point: The Alteration of the Contract pursuant to Act of the 12th of April 1792. To be done: Judge Symmes to execute an instrument declaratory of his consent: The President to execute another Act declaratory of his Consent. 2 Point   Letters Patent agreeably to the Act of May the 5th 1792. It appearing by...
P.S. The person, that has the honor to submit the above Translations, the theme whereof he has published in the German gazette annexed hereto along with the french Translation made by him, begs Leave to observe: that he is brought up regularly to the Bar in Germany, that he is ready to produce a formal Certificate on his Examen, he underwent there, in the Civil Law and the Laws of Nations,...
I trust you will excuse the liberty I take in introducing to your acquaintance Mr. Talleyrand de Perigord who is preparing to seek an asylum in America. As you are no doubt acquainted with his family and with the distinguished part he acted in the Constituent Assembly of France, it is unnecessary for me to say more than that he has received an order to quit this country in consequence of a...
[ Philadelphia, March 1, 1794. On March 20, 1794, Lincoln wrote to Hamilton: “Your letters of the 10th: Ulto & first instant have been received.” Letter of March 1 not found. ]
When Mr Drayton of Charleston was here last Summer he told me that the true nankeen Cotton was in So. Carolina. It appeared to me to be a valuable acquisition, and I suggested to him the Expediency of planting it always at so great a Distance from other Cotton, as to avoid the Influence which many plants of the same kind, tho’ of different Species have on each other, when very contiguous....
I made the informal communication to Mr Jaudenes. He expressed himself to be satisfied with the exertions of the general government; tho’ he questioned, whether the governor of Kentucky has done, what he was commanded by the President to do. Mr Fauchet also was extremely frank in disavowing his predecessor’s conduct. He says, that he will conform to any thing, which shall be prescribed to him...