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1810 Coll. Robert Patten for the President of the United States, Dr, to Robert Fielding febr. 3. 1810 To 3 new full plated Globes for the Chariot  30,— six ℔ of the best wax canoles for do   4,80 a Case for do. & Porterage   2,— $36,80 Recd payment from Coll Patten Ms ( DLC ). Canole: a variant spelling of cannel, a hard bituminous coal that burns very brightly; also sometimes written channel
Notes on President’s message sheet page 1. 1. Do the words “considerations drawn from the posture of our foreign affairs” afford a satisfactory reason for the earlier meeting of Congress? 4. The additional proofs of the repeal of French decrees are mentioned only incidentally & not as a distinct subject; and the mention of the Naples cases (subqt. to 2 Nover apparently under those decrees & at...
President’s message Might not the introduction, including the statement of French proceedings have a stronger colour of congratulation if not exultation of the change since last session 1. by marking more pointedly the effect produced by the last law —2. by hinting that the embarrassment heretofore experienced in deciding on proper measures was principally owing to the pressure from both...
For consideration Qr Master Genl— 1 Colo. Tallmage if he will accept which will be determined in the morng. 2 Colo. R. B. Livingston of N. York, father to the member of Congress —to be also more particularly enquired into in case of the declension of Tallmage. 3 Morgan Lewis. Deputy Qr Masters—civil. Wm Linnard Phila. Captn. Swann N. Orleans. Anthony Lamb Albany now acting as M. Agents—One in...
The difficulties suggested by Col. Taylor in his letter to the President of the 26h. of May last, are not of a recent date, but have been a source of much inquietude to those who are particularly interested, for many years past. By the cession of the state of Virginia made to the United States in the year 1784, of the Territory North West of the River Ohio, all that tract of land lying between...
By the 13. sec. of the act in question, the President is authorised to augment, in cases where he may find it necessary, the compensation fixed for the Principal & assistant assessors, by the act of July 22. 1813, so, however, as that no principal assessor shall, in any such case, receive more than 300 Ds. and no assist. assessor more than 150 Ds. The book which accompanies this, shews all the...
Ca. 26 May 1810. Discusses the need to encourage American manufactures and encloses some observations on a treasury report on the same subject. Lists merchandise now imported that might be produced in America (linen, iron, hemp, liquors), since European sources are likely to be cut off by war. Also stresses the need to encourage manufactures that will supply the means of national defense....
1 That the President be authorised to cause to be inlisted, a number of the men provided by the act of Jan: 1812, being of the Infantry & Artillery, not exceeding twelve hundred to each regiment, for the term of 18 months, to be entitled to the bounty of 16 Dollars, and to three months pay at the expiration of their term of service, but not to the bounty of land. 2 This Law to be passed...