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On recieving your letter of the 7 h instant , I ascertained that William Armstead had been...
I have the honor to inform you, that, under the authority of an Act of Congress , I am ready to...
¶ From Alexander J. Dallas. Letter not found. 23 February 1815. Described in Stan. V. Henkels...
Mr. Dallas respectfully states to the President, that Mr. John T. Irving, a brother of the member...
Conversing with Mr. Monroe and Mr. Crowninshield, we agreed that some attention should be paid to...
After a very unpleasant excursion as far as New York, I returned to Washington on Thursday...
I inclose the draft of a letter to the General officers, on the execution of the Act of the 3d....
To save time, I inclose the rough sketch of a second letter to the General Officers, giving a...
Genl. Brown has not yet arrived; but the other Generals have been at work, as pioniers, to...
The result of the conference of the Heads of Department on Genl. Jackson’s case, will be seen in...
The inclosed letter has just been received from Genl. Jackson. Every step will be taken to secure...
I have the honor to inclose to you a statement, specifying the appropriations for the...
We have received Genl. Macomb’s acceptance of his appointment to continue in the Army; but we...
I am obliged to trouble you again on Mr. Lufborough’s business. He has mistaken my expression,...
I have received your letters of the 14: and 16t instant. It is evident, from the nearer view,...
I have the pleasure to say, that the business respecting Genl. Ripley is arranged; and I hope it...
General Brown will probably be here tonight; and I think the organization of the Corps, and...
General Brown has joined the Board; and I have the pleasure to inform you that, so far,...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter, dated the 18: instant , and to inform...
The Board of Officers still continue industriously at work; but I have no result yet. Perhaps, I...
I inclose reccommendations for granting Capt Romayne the vacant appointment of Assistant...
The restoration of Bonaparte is confirmed, as all the newspapers will tell you. The effect upon...
I inclose General Brown’s letter for your perusal. It is possible, that I may be able to send the...
At the request of Col. Owings the inclosed letter is s[e]nt to you. His case has been well...
I now send to you a report of the Board of General Officers upon the organization of the peace...
I send a third Report of the Board of Officers, containing a plan, for establishing a Northern...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor respectfully to submit to the President of the United...
I send inclosed a report of the Board officers, respecting Surgeons, Judge Advocates, and...
I send inclosed a report in the case of Mr. Eustaphieve, the Russian Consul at Boston. The...
I transmit to you the concluding Reports of the Board of Officers; and, I presume, that they will...
I have just time to inclose the final report of the Board of Officers. There is no additional...
The Board of General Officers expressed a wish to be discharged; and I thought some advantage...
Your letter to Mr. Monroe has been the subject of several conversations; and we have agreed, 1°....
The Acting Secretary of War has the honor to submit to the President of the United States, the...
I send a report on the organization of the peace establishment for your consideration. The first...
On reflection, I have thought it right to recommend some additions and alterations in the plan...
I am anxious to make our Army arrangement satisfactory, without taking too great a latitude in...
I have written to you already by this day’s mail; but one more alteration in the Army list is...
I am waiting for your return of the Army report, in order to take definitive measures for the...
The organization of the Army is now completed, and it will be published in the National...
The inclosed letter from General Jackson shows that Fort Bowyer has been restored, without...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to submit to the consideration of the President of...
I have just received your letter, expressing a wish that Colonel Croghan’s resignation should be...
I have received the inclosed letters from Genl. Jackson and General Gaines. The former does not...
In marshalling the appropriations, with a view to provide for subsistence and pay, during the...
The acting Secretary of War has the honor to represent to the President of the United States:...
I had prepared a letter to Genl. Brown, respecting the surrender of the Fort at Michillimackinac,...
I inclose a report upon the expediency of selling a part of the Gunpowder, to which you will be...
A general question occurs: what is the effect of the Act of the 7. of February 1815 upon the...
The acting secretary of war has the honor to represent to the President of the United States,...