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I have recd. your two favors of the 8 & 21. Ult. The conduct & character of the late Commander at...
Letter not found. 8 June 1810. Acknowledged in Macon to JM, 13 June 1810 . Suggests two cities...
I have recd. from Judge Cooper of Pennsylva. a request, which I communicate in an entire copy of...
Circumstances have arisen which make it expedient to forward communications to St. Petersburg by...
I have recd. your two letters both of the 14th. I know of no objection to your proposed additions...
Whereas, information has been received that a number of individuals, who have deserted from the...
I send herewith a few papers which have come to my hands along with those addressed to myself....
I return the letter of Mazzei, without however having ascertained the fact as to the remittance...
Not having received your letter of the 20th. Ult: covering a Resolution of the Legislature of Pa....
Confidential There being sufficient ground to infer, that it is the purpose of the Enemy to...
I transmit the Senate a Report of the Secretary of State complying with their Resolution of the...
Letter not found. 16 July 1810. Acknowledged in Monroe to JM, 25 July 1810 . Concerns the...
J. Madison requests a consultation with the Heads of Dept. on Tuesday next at Eleven OClock. June...
J. Madison requests a consultation with the heads of Departments to day at 12 o’clock NjP :...
I have just recd. yours of the 24th. Mr. Coles leaves me this moment on his way to Washington....
I lay before Congress copies of certain Documents, which remain in the Department of State. They...
I recd. yesterday yours of the 14th. The confidential letters in it were returned by the same...
Nathaniel Williams, Esq. in the Senate of Maryland, moved the following resolution, which was...
Is not Mr. Neilson’s request within the opinion of Mr. Rush agst the departure of American...
You will observe in one of the inclosed letters several legal points stated by Commodore...
20 July 1812. “Whereas it has been made to appear to me that a certain D. McKenny, a private in...
In every sacrifice which the war may require, we have the animating recollection that it was our...
I transmit to Congress copies of a letter to the Secretary of the Navy, from Captain Decatur of...
Since the rect. of your several letters relating to the Treasury proposition, and the decision of...
I just find by the letters from W. that you had at length been liberated from your detention...
23 September 1813. “J. M. has recd. Mr. Parker’s communication of the 21st. inst: He has written...
Yours of the 11th. has just come to hand. I return the papers from the Comr. of the Gen: L....
Congress have just passed the act adding twenty odd thousand troops to the Military...
Besides the answer to Genl. McClure, it may be proper to instruct Genl. Wilkinson to say frankly...
Colo. Lowry. “Father. I now have the pleasure to be in Your presence. I am directed by my...