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8 September 1810, Gothenburg. Recapitulates his activities in the region as well as the contents...
Since the expiration of my tour of duty in the Service of the U. States, much of my time has been...
I beg leave to submit to your perusal the papers sent herewith, which detail the loss of the U....
I send you a letter from our ministers lately in London, and some from mr. Beasly, and a very...
I am induced from a sense of duty to our much injured Country, to communicate to your excellency...
18 March 1813, Philadelphia. “The Memorial of Peter Graham respectfully showeth; “That your...
13 April 1811, New York. “As the annexation of the hanseatic towns to the French Empire may have...
Preparing to Surrender the official trust, which you were pleased to confide to me in October...
Permit us to call your attention to a worthy officer, who, we will not say has been neglected,...
I have this moment recd. a letter from Mr Hay, & several others from other persons, chiefly on...
The unusually bad state of the roads with the shortness of time appear to cut me off from the...
5 January 1813, Washington. “The Undersigned beg leave … to State to the President … that they...
Letter not found. 10 September 1810, Elbert County, Georgia. Listed in Registers of Letters...
The enclosed Letters from Governor Harrison create a strong presumption that hostilities will not...
Having obtained the consent of my Parents to enter as a cadet in the Military Academy of the...
Owing to many losses, by Failures, Stagnation in Trade, mentaining a large, helpless family, for...
Mr. Ogden regrets his intended departure for New York, will deprive him of the Honor of Dining...
Nothing new has occurrd since mine of yesterday. I have yours of the 5th. Mr Eustis has been with...
4 May 1810, Washington. Encloses a copy of his circular letter to his constituents. RC ( DLC );...
The Secretary of War has the honor to report to the President of the United States, That the...
In obedience to the wishes of a number of my constituents, I beg leave to transmit you the...
I have the honor to enclose two letters from the district attorney of Georgia, respecting the...
The purport of this, will I hope excuse the liberty I have taken; It is in behalf of a poor...
Having ascertained from friends on whose superior judgement I have the greatest reliance, that in...
15 February 1812, War Department. Transmits a “general return of the Militia of the United...
17 July 1812, Natchez. Asks that JM permit him “to remain peacably untill He can dispose of his...
A man in my Situation is Seldom Ceremoneous and you will be Surpris’d at Seeing a letter from you...
The aim of the present address, will, I trust, be a sufficient apology for the intrusion. If the...
The Honourable Saml L Mitchill of the House of Representatives of the United States having...
28 June 1812, Petersburg. “In the present crisis … it becomes the duty of every citizen to tender...