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The President of the UStates has directed me to acknowlege the Receipt of your letter of the 5th instant and to communicate to you the following reply. In requesting an interview with you, on the subject of the recent disturbances in the Western parts of Pensylvania, the President, besides the desire of manifesting a respectful attention to the Chief Magistrate of a State immediately affected,...
I have had the honor of your letter of the 29th of July last, which the press of business has prevented my sooner answering. The Certificates to which you refer have not been admitted upon the Loan proposed by the Acts of Congress payable in evidences of State debt. The following circumstances have attended the case. Certificates of the description of those called New Loan Certificates of...
My last letter to you was intended merely as an answer to your circular letter of 21st March, and was drawn from me by an idea, that it was proper for me to notice, according to my sentiments, the different subjects of your letter. Had I supposed, that it was to claim the attention of the President, to assume the solemn form of an accusation, and to be subjected to the resentment of a...
Your Excellency’s letter to The President dated the 14th instant (which has been opened pursuant to general directions) was only delivered to Mr. Dandrige his Secy on the 17th at three oClock. The departure of The President for Mount Vernon on the morning of that day prevents my being able to reply to it at this time under his immediate direction. But antecedent communications with the...