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Yesterday I received from Mr Monroe a letter dated the 12th of June, from which we may conclude...
I have just received a letter dated the 17th from Judge Benson: He accepts the place of third...
Demands on the fund for the contingent expences of government will doubtless arise in your...
The Secretary of State respectfully lays before the President the instructions for Mr Ellicott,...
The paper you put into my hands to-day was attentively perused by us all. I am now going over it...
I submit to your consideration the inclosed draught of instructions for Messrs Ellicott &...
The Secretary of State respectfully submits to the President of the U. States a letter intended...
In draughting the letter of credence for Mr Pinckney, the motives for his appointment, arising...
The day before yesterday, Mr McHenry put into my hands a printed Talk of the President of the...
The Secretary of State respectfully lays before the President of the United States,, the draught...
I have this moment left Colo. Hawkins—I called twice in the course of the day without finding him...
I have conversed with Mr Morris on the subject of his letter of the 25th requesting you to...
Yesterday I received a letter from Mr Desaussure, late Director of the Mint, in answer to one I...
The inclosed letter came under cover to me from Wm Lithgow Attorney for the district of Maine,...
Expecting from Mr Blodget an improved design for a mediterranean passport, I delayed putting the...
This week I received letters from Colo. Humphreys dated the 4th and 8th of June. The latter...
In my letter of the 30th ulto which was forwarded by post the first instant, I had the pleasure...
With very sincere pleasure I announce to you the ratification of the treaty with Spain. I...
I have to-day been honored with your public & private letter of the 27th. The letter which Mr...
About noon to-day Mr John Churchman, who has been these two or three years in Europe, on account...
I was yesterday honoured with your letter of the 25th and agreeably to your directions have had a...
On the 25th I received letters from Colo. Humphreys dated April 30. May 30. & June 1. accompanied...
I have the honor to send you a translation of the German letter received from you last Saturday...
In the letter with which you honored me, bearing date the 27th of June, your expressed your...
I received this morning your favour of the 18th. The subjects of it shall have all the attention...
I have the honor to inclose a letter from Colo. Monroe, dated the 2d of May (and which was...
On the receipt of your letter directing the mode suggested by the attorney general, of obtaining...
Last evening, about nine o’clock, when sitting in my office, the Messenger brought me a letter...
I was honored with your confidential letter of the 13th and showed it to the other two...
This morning I received the inclosed letter from Mr Dayton, expressing fully his opinion of Mr...