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Having examined and considered the Bill entitled “An Act providing for the trial of Causes pending in the respective District Courts of the United States in case of the absence or disability of the Judges thereof,” which Bill was presented to me on the twenty fifth of March past, I now return the same to the House of Representatives, in which it originated, with the following objections:...
I have recd. your favor of the 26th. and have made to the members of the Cabinet the communication you suggest with respect to your printed memoir on the Batture. I learn from the Department of State that some books were recd. for you, and duly forwarded. What they were was not ascertained or remembered. If they do not on their arrival correspond with your expectation, let me know, & further...
The pipe of Wine ordered by your favour of 2d. instt. would have been sent up by this days packet had Mr. Booth who generally goes in her & is a trusty man been in her this day. Should you send some one to take charge of it, it might go at any time, which might be the best way, as I understand Mr. Booth has not been down for some days; otherwise it shall be sent the first time he is down. I...
3 April 1812, War Department. Proposes William Hull of the Michigan Territory to be a brigadier general in the U.S. Army. RC ( InU : War of 1812 Collection); letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 107, LSP ). RC 1 p. Docketed by JM. Signature clipped from RC . JM nominated Hull to the Senate in a 3 Apr. 1812 message. The Senate referred the nomination to a select committee and confirmed Hull’s appointment...
I have rec d your favor of the 26 th and have made to the members of the Cabinet the communication you suggest with respect to your printed memoir on the Batture . I learn from the Department of State that some books were rec d for you, and duly forwarded. What they were was not ascertained or remembered. If they do not on their arrival correspond with your expectation, let me know, & further...
Agreeably to your request I have this day received & distributed the proceeding on the intrusion of Edward Lewingston & c and have the honor to be RC ( DLC ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson Esq r ”; endorsed by TJ as received 8 Apr. 1812 and so recorded in SJL . edward lewingston : Edward Livingston .