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Agreeably to the request with which you honoured me this morning, I have put into the hands of the committee appointed on your message 13th. respecting Hamet Caramalli, the copy of Caramallis letter to yourself, 5 Augt 85. The committee are Messrs Bradley Wright Baldwin Smith of Maryland Tracy The copy of the American Ministers letter, (Mr Monroe) to the British Secretary of foreign affairs,...
I have the honor to enclose the report of Richard L. Green, of the repairs necessary to prevent the further decay of that part of the Gosport marine Hospital which is not now used. The Collector of Norfolk , by whose direction it was prepared, informs that the necessary repairs of that part of the building which is now occupied by the sick Seamen, are nearly completed; and I beg leave to...
When I felt it incumbent upon me to address your Excellency the 5th. ultimo. agreeably to the Copy inclosed—I considered the privelege of Shipping Molasses in American Bottoms, to be under an Act of Parliament. But I learnt immediately after, that it was under the Governors proclamation, consequent of an Act, permitting certain enumerated articles to be exported in American vessells.   The...
Mr Barry wishes the articles mentioned in the inclosed memdm. to be sent by, Davey. if he can bring them, as he is doubtfull they could not be got of as good a quality in Richmond as they can of Doctor Ott, he wishes them to be packed in a water tight box.—I am glad you have orderred lead for the weights it will answer much better than iron.—I expect what things of yours are at Richmond will...
I have the honour to enclose copies of two letters from Mr. Francis Abrahams relative to the conveyance of the conveyance of the mail between Coweta and New Orleans. Mr. Granger left Washington on Saturday last. With much respect I am sir your obedient DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
Agreeably to your permission, I enclose a list of the Directors of the Bank of the U.S.—. In obtaining it, I found more difficulty than I expected; which is the reason of it’s not having been forwarded by last mail. I have written to Philada. to engage the good-officers of the following Gentlemen, old Friends of 1777. I forgot to insert them in the proper place. They are Wm. & Edw. Tilghman,...
J’ai eu l’honneur de vous écrire avec plus d’étendue que je ne puis le faire aujourd’hui en réponse à votre précieuse Lettre du 2 May. J’espere que votre Prudence pourra continuer de prolonger, sinon l’êtat d’une bonne intelligence complette et qui ne dépend pas de vous avec l’Europe, du moins celui d’une absence d’hostilités, qui vous laissera le loisir de mettre votre Patrie en sureté contre...
Mr Nourse waits for official information of the day on which possession of New Orleans was obtained for the purpose of filling the blanks left in the certificates of the date from which they are to bear interest. Will you have the goodness to send him a memorandum to that effect by the bearer, as I have no evidence of the fact but a Natchez news paper— Respectfully Your obedt. Servt. [ Reply...
I am glad my Dear Grand papa expresses approbation at my writing about little things as I always shall have enough to say to you in my letters. I shall be much obliged to you for the pen it will be very convenient and usefull to me as I have a great deal of writing to do pray in your next inform me what it is made of I guess it is glass. I shall certainly read Madame de Sevignè’s letters. I...
The petition of Archibald Gardner; most respectfully represents: That your petitioner, is at present confin’d, in the Prison of Washington County, District of Columbia; & has been, ever Since the 22nd. of May last.   That in July Term last, Your petitioner was tried, for Assault & Battery, before the Court of the Said District, then Sitting in this City, and was fin’d One Dollar, & ordered to...