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I transmit for the information of Congress, copies of a letter from the British Secretary of...
20 March 1810. Submits a return of the militia, “as received by the Department of War from the...
§ To Congress. 18 January 1814. “I lay before Congress a report of the acting Secretary of the...
7 January 1812. Forwards a report from the director of the Mint. RC , two copies ( DNA : RG 233,...
I transmit for the information of Congress the communications last received from the Ministers...
§ To Congress. 2 January 1815. “I lay before Congress a Report of the Secretary of the Treasury,...
Fellow Citizens of the Senate and of the House of Representatives On our present meeting, it is...
Ever since the peace of Independence the B. G. instead of regarding the U. S. with the friendly...
I now lay before Congress the Report of the Secretary of War, shewing the progress made in...
1 February 1812. Transmits a report of the secretary of the treasury containing a statement of...
The Bill entitled, “An Act supplementary to the Acts heretofore passed on the subject of an...
15 January 1812. Transmits an account of the contingent expenses of the government incurred in...
I lay before Congress copies of two ratified Treaties which were entered into on the part of the...
I communicate to Congress, in confidence, the translation of a letter from Louis de Onis, to the...
6 November 1812. Transmits “copies of the correspondencies [ sic ] between the Department of War...
12 January 1811. Transmits a copy of a letter from the U.S. minister in London to the secretary...
1 March 1813. “I lay before Congress a Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, containing a...
16 January 1812. Communicates a letter from the envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary...
16 June 1812. “I transmit, for the information of Congress, copies of a letter to the Secretary...
I lay before Congress a letter with accompanying documents from Captain Bainbridge, now...
Considering it as expedient, under existing circumstances and prospects, that a General Embargo...
§ To Congress. 14 January 1814. “I transmit to Congress an account of the contingent expenses of...
The Act Authorizing a Detachment of one hundred thousand men from the Militia, will expire on the...
13 March 1812. Transmits a letter from the envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of...
I lay before Congress two letters received from Governor Harrison of the Indiana Territory,...
Peace having, happily, taken place, between the United States and Great Britain, it is desirable...
Taking into view the unpresedented dangers, incident to neutral navigation on the high seas: that...
In compliance with the request of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, I transmit to Congress a copy...
14 January 1811. Transmits a report from the surveyor of the public buildings “relative to the...
I lay before Congress communications just received from the Plenipotentiaries of the United...
§ To Congress. 10 January 1815. “I transmit to Congress an account of the Contingent Expenses of...
12 November 1812. “For the further information of Congress relative to the pacific advances made...
15 March 1810. Submits for consideration copies of the ratified treaty with the Kickapoo Indians...
Taking into view the mutual interest which the United States and the foreign nations in amity...
By the return of the Frigate Essex, I have received from Mr. McRae on whom the Consulate at Paris...
I have recd. your favor of the 19th. Aug. and have transmitted the request it makes, to Mr....
Letter not found. Ca. 5 July 1810. Acknowledged in Cooper to JM, 9 July 1810 . Congratulates...
I have just received your favor of the 10th. inst: Altho’ I hope the return of your health will...
I find by a letter from Mr. Dallas that he was to leave Washington on Tuesday last for...
You will receive herewith the Commission which conveys your appointment as Secretary for the...
I return the letter from Mr. Hall inclosed in yours of the 19th. The fullest confidence is due to...
I have just recd. from Mr. Monroe a very extraordinary communication confidentially made to him...
The letter & papers returned Feby 4 with the following note. The arrangement communicated by the...
I return, with my approbation, the additional regulations for Mr. Lee, enclosed in yours of the...
Mr. Crawford will be so good as to put convenient dates into the Blanks. If there be any thing in...
I return the letter of Genl: Gaines with the papers connected with it. It is to be hoped & much...
The proposed order for the 1st. of Augst. is approved. It being desireable that the testimony...
I have recd. yours of the 20th. inst. The claim of W. Knaggs involves an important question; what...
I return the draught of instructions to the Commissioners for treating with the Chicasaw Indians....
The limited prosecution of the plan of Lt. Gadsden, which you suggest may be proper. A general...