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I am honoured with your favor of yesterday on the subject of the laws of the U.S. furnished to you from my office. I would with pleasure add a third copy, but that, your Excellency will percieve, on turning to the act of Congress which establishes my department, that that has fixed the number of copies of the laws to be furnished by me to the Executives of the states, and of course that the...
I have the honor to acknolege the receipt of your favor of yesterday covering the letter of Mr. Serjeant in the case of ejectment Barclay v. Proctor, and have inclosed the letter to Mr. Pinckney with a recommendation to lend his aid to the sollicitations of the parties interested, whenever it shall be necessary for obtaining what is right. I have the honor to be with sentiments of the most...
In obedience to your Excellencys Letter of the 5th. Instant; I beg Leave to make the following report on the Little Brig Sarah. From the Best Information I can obtain; When She Sailed from this Port she had four Iron Cannon Mounted, and a number of wooden; and She returned into this port a Prize to the Frigat L’Ambuscaid in the Same Situation. Her present Situation, as to Military Equipment is...
I am honored with your’s of yesterday’s date relative to the French sailors in the jail of Philadelphia. The object of the original enquiry I took the liberty of making on that subject, was to know whether they were in the custody of the Executive or the Judiciary authority of the country: and being informed that it is in that of the Judiciary, the Federal Executive does not think itself...