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Letter not found. 14 March 1809. Offered for sale in Charles Hamilton Catalogue No. 80 (5 Sept....
Agreably to the opinion of Genl. Harrison and myself expressed in our last letter to you, I shall...
I have had the honor of receiving the Presidents instructions concerning my assuming the...
§ Thomas Pinckney to John Armstrong. 18 November 1813, Charleston, “Head Quarters Sixth...
The communications which you will recee: from & thro the War Office present the state of things...
J. Madison requests a consultation with the Heads of Department on Tuesday next at Eleven OClock....
Before my return hither I recd. yours of the 8th. inst: and have since recd. those of the 11th....
Besides the answer to Genl. McClure, it may be proper to instruct Genl. Wilkinson to say frankly...
On viewing the course which the proceedings of the War-Department have not unfrequently taken, I...
The Enemy having evacuated the City of Washington & no obstacle remaining to a re-union of the...
I have duly recd. your letter of the 1st. inst: suggesting a recall of the vessels allotted for...
7 June 1813, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to propose for your approbation the...
It ought certainly to be at the discretion of Izard to accommodate his movements to those of the...
J. M wishes a conversation on this proposal of Genl. M. & on the recent one of General Taylor,...
I have employed this morning in researches with a view to the arrangement of our financial...
Your two favors of the 6th. & 25 of May were both recd. tho’ at a late day. Of the latter a...
I avail myself of the oppy. by Mr. to forward copies of my several letters lately written to you;...
Note to Secy of War on a letter of Jennings Dy: Coy. of purchases, and an endorsemt. by the Secy....
The apparent objections to the proposed establishment of a post, so distant, are very strong....
8 September 1813, Seneca. “I have the honor to inform you that I am now in complete readiness to...
Wanted copies of the instructions to General Brown, for carrying into effect the plan of...
Note on Genl. Lewis letter to Secy. W. July 28. 1814. asking whether he is to Judge of the menace...
I have recd. yours from Albany of the 28th. ult. So much depends on the ultimate character of the...
I reached this place on Saturday last, having conferred with the late Governor Mitchell who...
Immediately on the reciept of your favor of Nov. 26. I wrote to mr Gelston , asking the favor of...
Note to Secy. of War on Cushing’s letter & enclosures of Aug. 12. 1814. Cushing seems to view the...
I have recd. your[s] of the 8th. from Sacket’s Harbour: & shall look in a few days for some...
If there be occasion for an appt. in the Quarter Masters Dept. Mr Tyler may be commissioned. If...
Noted to the Secy. of War. July 6. 1814 on the reported plan for 90 odd thousd. Milit[i]a. The...
The bearers hereof, mr Alexander M c Rae & Major John Clarke proposing to visit France on their...