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Genrl. Brown and Mrs. Brown accept with pleasure the invitation of the President and Mrs. Madison...
We have the honor to enclose to your Excellency a final report in the case of the Claimants under...
Je profite du depart de Madame Barlow dont l’époux m’avait inspiré les sentimens de la plus haute...
I promised to drop you a line on the subject of the petition &c. I did my self the pleasure to...
12 March 1813, New York. “The Petition of John Taylor of the City of New York Grocer....
Judge Nelson has resigned his judicial office & the Executive of Virginia will soon appoint a...
Believing it essential to the happiness of every Community, that each Individual should aid in...
I am informed by Mr. Graham, that the accountant of the War Department, has reported a ballance...
The tender of voluntary service which I had the honour to offer on behalf of the officers and...
19 February 1810, Fort McHenry. Informs JM that in the “greatest Distress” he enlisted five...
You know too well my respectful, and i beg leave to say friendly sentiments towards you, and my...
I apprehend that it is probable I am the only Chaplain in the Service, who has not done himself...
In making out the order, as the Militia were to rendezvous at Pittsburg, at which place they...
In consequence of a conversation that lately passed, betwixt the post-Master of this place, (Mr....
9 April 1811, Hartford, Connecticut. “The friends of the government have for some time past,...
The enclosed proceedings are transmitted for the consideration of the President of the United...
Having for some time had a desire of entering into the service of my cuntrey, I have therefore...
2 January 1813. “At a very numerous and respectable meeting of citizens of the United States,...
5 September 1810, American Consulate, Amsterdam. Requests that his commission as consul at...
I take the liberty as a free citizen of a free country of addressing thee on one of the most...
The importance of a convoy for the protection of the trade between the Southern States & Amelia...
The critical situation of our country necessarily engages the attention of every thinking man in...
I have yielded to the solicitations of the author of the enclosed address, to forward it to you....
I have just had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 7th., and hasten, agreeably to your...
Tho I know that your time is occupied by more important concerns, yet the interest you take in...
The exalted station in which you are placed Justifies me in considering you as a patron of...
The Secretary of the Treasury, to whom the President of the United States referred the resolution...
I have taken the liberty of troubleing you very frequenly lately on the subject of my freinds, I...
15 July 1812. “In the exercise of the inestimable privilege of peaceably assembling and...
I have been honored with your Letter of the 29th of last Month. I regret very much that I have it...