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The report mentioned in Mr. Pleasant’s letter to you is one of the many fabrications of the busy...
24 August 1810, Paris. Introduces “Mr. Jervas” as “a man really attached to his country & to the...
§ From John Armstrong. 15 February 1814, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to...
¶ From John Armstrong. Letter not found. 10 February 1814. Described in the lists probably made...
Will it not be necessary to send to Gen’l Harrison a commission to treat with the No. Western...
Your last favor of the 29th. of Sept. was received a day or two ago. I am glad to find that the...
In drafting the enclosed letter I have qualified Jackson’s proposals in a way which will spare an...
Some apology is, no doubt, due from me, for so long delaying my intended journey to Washington,...
I enclose a note just received from Lafayette which confirms my belief in the interest M. F....
27 July 1813, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to propose for your approbation the...
§ From John Armstrong. 16 March 1814, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to propose...
I have the honor to send you the letter book of this Dept. with the orderly book of the Adjt. &...
I have this moment had the honor of receiving your letter of the 14th. instant and the commission...
In the haste in which I now write, I can do no more than acknowlege the receit of your letter by...
24 February 1813, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to present you a list of...
You will find in the enclosed letters (1 & 2) the probable termination of the campaign on the St....
Prevost has gone up to the head of the Lake—Yeo has followed him. The object is either to attack...
The enclosed letters having some relation to public business & one of them solliciting for its...
I yesterday, on my return to this city, received from M. Russel a letter, from which I make the...
I have but two motives in transmitting to you the enclosed papers: 1st. to prevent you from...
I have the honor to inform you that the existing appropriations applicable to the Quarter...
The storm which began some days past, continues with little if any abatement, and effectually...
Major Fairly of New York calls upon you this morning with a note addressed to him by Commodore...
I am ill & confined to my room, otherwise I should have handed to you the enclosed. We are better...
This letter of Lt. Col. Croghan is highly improper 1st. because he made no complaint of what he...
I have the honor to transmit herewith, in obedience to your orders of yesterday, a General Report...
§ From John Armstrong. 3 February 1814, War Department. “I have the honor to lay before you a...
I hasten to forward to you Wilkinson’s dispatch received late last night. I have forwarded...
§ From John Armstrong. 11 April 1814, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to propose...
7 July 1813, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to propose for your approbation the...