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Your favor of the 29th. came to hand yesterday, and I now return the papers it inclosed. I am in...
I have been able to give the inclosed so little time that the suggestions of alteration which I...
I return you mr Griswold’s letter. the measure he proposes is exactly to reverse our politics....
Genl. Dearborne be so good as to read the inclosed and decide on what is best, returning the...
I have prepared the two principal answers to the Indians, & pray you to read them attentively &...
I inclose you copies of 2 letters sent by express from Capt Decatur. by these you will percieve...
I shall be ready to recieve any of the Indians tomorrow. I send you a sketch of the answer I...
Th: Jefferson [presents] his friendly the Secretary at War and sends him the Governors Page in...
I inclose you a letter from the Path-killer & others of the Cherokees, the object of which I do...
The inclosed letter shews the writer to be really a curiosity. I think he might be told that you...
In my letter of yesterday I omitted to inclose that of Hern, which I now do. I add to it a...
The inclosed were sent to me by mr Bacon with permission to keep them. they may therefore be...
Th: Jefferson will thank Genl Dearborne to consider the inclosed. the writer appears to have that...
Th: Jefferson with his friendly salutations to General Dearborne returns him the Duplicate of the...
I had had the letter of mr Jouett of July 6. from Chickago, & that from Govr. Hull of July 14....
I inclose you a letter from a mr Quarrier of this state asking a military commission. I know...
I think we had agreed on the following lists of Commandants for Louisiana George Hammond of...
Will you be so good as to peruse the inclosed and have some conversation with me on it to-day?...
I have reflected on the case of the embodying of the militia in Ohio, and think the respect we...
The dangers on the road to Natchez are really serious, & calling for attention. mere stationary...
Some compliment being proper for the militia of Tennissee who went to Natchez under the command...
The President having determined to send to Algiers fifteen long brass Cannon, suitable for...
§ To Henry Dearborn. 9 May 1806, Department of State. “It being determined to forward to Tunis...
The Secretary of State presents his respects to the Secretary of War, and has the honor to inform...
The Chevalr. de Foranda has stated in a letter to the Dept. of State, that one thousand dollars...
Whereas our Friend and acquaintance Richard Carter Junr. having a prospect of making application...
Extract of a letter from Mr. John Sibley dated Natchitoches Octr. 12. 1808. Every thing in this...
The enclosed papers will explain to you the motives of this address—I deemed it improper to say...