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Sickness in my family which has occupied much of my time for some days past has prevented my...
The enclosed was presented me this morning by Mr. Smith, the gentleman in whose behalf it was...
Docr Julius R Shumate has been particularly recommended by Mr. Love of the House of...
The Accountant of the Navy has requested me to transmit to you the accompanying papers, which are...
I have the honor to submit to Your consideration the paper herewith marked A. which is a...
I have this day been favored with your letter recommendatory of M r Taggart as a Midshipman in...
Docr. Fraser of South Carolina, whom I take the liberty of mentioning to you for nomination to...
My Son who has lately returned from Europe with public dispatches , and goes with them to M r...
The John Adams arrived at Boston on the 28th. ult., and my Son reached this place with his...
With much regret I perform the duty of laying before you for your consideration the sentence of a...
The enclosed I have just now received, and altho’ it contains nothing specifically important, yet...
Believing it to comport with the fidelity I owe you, I offer for your perusal the enclosed. Colo...
I do myself the pleasure of enclosing to you a paper received this day from New York, the...
I am honored by the receipt of your letter of the 28 th ult. I have not seen M r Harris , who...
Expecting that the recent accounts from England will occasion you to return shortly to this...
On the subject of the Resolution of the honorable the House of Representatives, of the 16th:...
Ca. 11 August 1810, Navy Department. Transmits a statement of Navy Department appropriations up...
The enclosed paper marked A will inform you of the state of the Navy appropriations up to the...
The death of Mr Keith Spence, late navy agent at New Orleans, having been duly notified to this...
I have been honored with the receipt of your communication under date of the 7th. instt,...
I had the honor of writing you yesterday, since which, some reflection on the late accounts...
I have been favored with your letter of the 26th. ult., and conformably to your desire have...
Ca. 30 November 1810. Describes the instruction and students at French military academies,...
Having devoted unremittedly more than thirty years of my life to public service, in various...
I have the honor of forwarding to you the copy of Mr. Erving’s letter which you directed Mr....
I enclose for your information copies of letters relating to another outrage on our Flag. Some of...
With much diffidence I submit the enclosed to you, which I would have done sooner if I had been...
14 May 1809. Covering letter from Secretary Hamilton accompanies a memorandum on the condition of...
I beg leave to send you the letters accompanying this, received from Genl. Smith of Baltimore by...
1 December 1809, Navy Department. Encloses report on condition of “Vessels of Warr & Gun Boats,”...
I beg leave to submit to your perusal the papers sent herewith, which detail the loss of the U....
I have the honor of submitting to your consideration the paper herewith marked A—which exhibits a...
The subject of the enclosed letter as connected with our naval establishment being important,...
I have the honor of now transmitting to you the proceedings of the Court of Enquiry in the case...
In the Navy Estimate for the year 1810, it was stated to Congress, that for keeping in a state of...
All the public vessels, worthy of repair, have been put in requisition—& the following are now in...