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The President’s message in answer to the call of the House respecting Genl Wilkinson has...
A counter post—to Kingston if it can be made sufficiently safe, seems to be a natural provision...
Observing that the newspapers are circulating a imperfect account of the law-case of Baring vs....
Views of improving my circumstances having led me to the purpose of retiring from Washington by...
Respecting Insurrections See Act 2 May 1792— Repealed See do. 28 Feby. 1795—  S.1. Militia may be...
The present vacancy in the Custom-house here, it is supposed by some friends may produce another...
Should this letter not be returned, J. Wagner will conclude that it has been approved and that...
Mr. Thom proposes leaving your quarter’s salary in the Bank, if you approve it. Finding that the...
The three Captains, whose protests against L’Eole are herewith, came from Anapolis a few days ago...
In the Globe of the 23 July you will See that Mr. Erskine has been appointed to sSucceed Mr....
I have forwarded to Mr. Sanford the patent he requested. I have forwarded the letter addressed to...
Mr. W. Brent being a sufficient surety for Moses Young and Messrs. Salmon and Taylor for Bourne,...
J. Wagner presents his best respects to the President of the U. States. The pardon of Joseph...
I have been honored with your’s by last evening’s mail. I cannot however forward the letter to...
I have written to Mr. Cathcart not to pay the gratuity to the delinquent Tunisians at New York,...
I shall retain the case of the crew of the Indefatigable in order that I may more fully examine...
I am sorry that another unexpected obstacle is likely still longer to retard the departure of the...
A favourable opportunity offering for Philadelphia, I have returned Mr. Duponceau his books. I do...
No such convention for the mutual delivery of offenders exists; though the Spaniards have often...
There having been no indication against my opening the enclosed, it was impossible to avoid it....
I was to have Seen Mr. Duvall to day on the Subject of the enquiry of Mr. McLean: Though I am...
It is respectfully requested that this letter, if approved, may be sealed & sent to the Post...
§ From Jacob Wagner. 14 April 1806. “This treaty and copy were heretofore sent to the President,...
This treaty and copy were heretofore sent to the President, in order that he might send it to...
The proposal I was directed to make has been promptly and handsomely accepted, as will be...
J. Wagner has the honr to refer the President to the memo below, explaining how far the Resol. is...
Dates of Commons. Michael McClary— N. Hampshire— 3 May 1802 John Swartwout— N. York—
The Secretary of State supposes, that the within abstract in the form of a report to the...
J. Wagner’s best respects to the President. A copy of Mr. Lear’s instructions for making peace...
Note. The instructions of Mr. Lear were sent to the Senate with the Treaty. The cooperation of...