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10 April 1811. “Mr Gallatin will do himself the honor to dine with Mr Madison on Tuesday next [16...
I have this moment received your’s of 3d. instt., an answer to which has been anticipated by my...
17 March 1812, Treasury Department. Encloses a letter from Winslow Lewis [not found] “proposing...
7 January 1813. “I enclose the usual account of the contingent expences of Govt.—which is sent by...
You will perceive by the enclosed letters from Collector Dearborn, that the information given by...
The depreciation of the Russian Ruble, which had formerly been valued in our custom houses at...
The exchange of places which you suggested would, in my opinion, have a most salutary effect on...
It appears doubtful whether the contemplated light house near Presquisle on Lake Erie can be...
It having been understood last autumn that a number of intruders had settled on the public lands...
Mr Harrison states that the swords purchased by Mr Livingston for the State of Virginia cost 257...
Govr. Tompkins, at the request of the general Govt., called into service detachments of militia...
On enquiring respecting a proper situation in a mercantile house for your nephew, and after...
Last Washington mail brought me the enclosed letter (returned) from Gen. John Smith of New York....
It being provided by the 7th Section of the Act entitled “an Act to regulate the laying out and...
Is not the within important? And Might not the Navy dept. give immediate authority to Capt....
24 January 1811, Treasury Department. On the subject of the Senate resolution of 21 Jan. 1811,...
Amongst the offers of persons wishing to go to the United States & to enter their service, one...
I have received the papers for Mr Poinsett and delivered them to him. We have found a vessel...
It is necessary to open immediately the loan as we have not money enough to last us more than one...
Letter not found. Ca. 2 October 1809. Offered for sale in Parke-Bernet Catalogue No. 1516 (1954),...
The situation of the arrears due on the Direct Tax and Internal Revenues, in the districts in...
8 February 1811, Treasury Department. Transmits in compliance with the Senate resolution of 7...
30 January 1810, Treasury Department. Transmits “copies of the instructions issued at several...
I was detained by indisposition & bad weather longer than I expected. I have found here your...
The Senate having rejected the nominations of Hickman & Wilkinson, I beg leave to submit the...
As the Charter of the Bank of the United States will expire on the 3d of March, it became...
I have the honor to enclose the copy of an Act for the relief of Arthur St. Clair, and a letter...
I omitted, in my last letter, an answer to your queries on the subject of the remittance to...
The claim of Govr. Harrison for an annual compensation of one hundred dollars for superintending...
Mr. Gelston, having determined to go to Washington on the subject of the damages recovered...