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The Secretary of the Treasury conceives it to be his duty most respectfully to represent to the...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respects of the President of the United states and...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his respects to the President of the United states and...
If long Service and great Sufferings can Supply the place of extraordinary Merit (of which I dare...
I do myself the Honor to enclose a Copy of my Letter of the first Instant. On the Night of the...
I have the pleasing satisfaction of informing your Excellency that the Constitution of the United...
I do myself the Honor to enclose a Copy of my Letter of the first Instant. On the Night of the...
pardon me, Sir, that I take the freedom to disturb your anxious moments, to congratulate you and...
Notwithstanding your exalted Station, I am confident you will not turn a deaf ear to the cries of...
By Mr James Morris who sailed in the May Packet I transmitted you a letter from the Marquis de la...
The inclosed copy of a letter from the Spanish Governor of New Orleans to a respectable Gentleman...
Newport [R.I.] May it please your Excellency. May 31th 1790 For two years past I have been...
The sentiments yr Excellency expressed in yr Letter of the 9th of January are worthy of yr...
Letter not found: from Thomas Green, June 1790. On 8 July 1790 Lear wrote Green that: “The...
Rue des ⟨J⟩euners no. 26. My General, Paris June 1. 1790. The letter with which your Excellency...
The Memorial and Petition of Stephen Moore of the State of North Carolina Humbly Sheweth That, at...
Having been appointed by the General Assembly of this State at the two last Elections to the...
We had the honor of receiving your Excellencys favors of 13th Octr & 1st March by the hands of Mr...
Letter not found: from John Cannon Canon , 2 June 1790. In a letter to John Cannon Canon of 25...
I beg leave to congratulate your Excellency on the joyful Event, the adoption of the Constitution...
The accounts of your recent illness having just reached this place on my return, I delayed...
I had the honor of being appointed by this State, to the office of Collector of Impost for the...
The accounts of the souldiers of Virginia and North Carolina having been examined by the proper...
A sincere desire that the office of district Judge for No. Carolina, may be bestowed upon a...
Having been this evening informd you wish to have the opinion of the No. Carolina...
Permit a stranger to inform your Excellency, that about twelve months since, I was apprehended &...
with the utmost defidence I proceed to exercize a priviledge founded in youre indulgence. that of...
Providence [R.I.] Esteemed Friend 6th of 6th Mo. 1790 Having for some years been retired out of...
Encouraged by that well established Maxim that your Excellency does not forget or neglect to...
When the revenue system was established in this state by the Legislature in September Last, I was...
North Carolina. District judge. Colo. Davie is recommended by Steele. Hawkins sais he is their...
whether from a false Delicacy or not, I am unable to say; I have found it a Labour to reconcile...
District Judge District attorney. South-Western government Governor. Secretary. Judges. Attorney....
With deference I beg leave to name my brother Walter Channing, for your consideration as an...
at Marebaroux near the Cape. Island of St Domingo Sir, 8 June 1790. The Marechal de Castries,...
after very Sincere Congratulations upon Your Excellency’s Election to the distinguished Office of...
Being informed you are about to fill up your nominations of Consuls for the United States, I beg...
The exalted Station which your Excellency holds in the Government of the United States, is...
Being now a Citizen of Newport in the State of Rhode Island, & connected by marriage with a...
I had on the 29th Ulto the Satisfaction of addressing you after the Ratification of the...
I have taken the Liberty to enclose a Letter from Major Swan recommending Colonel Barton —I had...
The Convention of this State having Ratified the new Constitution by which happy event the Union...
The Public Offices we hold in this State, and our wishes for the Welfare and Happiness of the...
From the change of Sentiment which has gradually taken place in the minds of the Good people of...
The entire confidence I have in your friendship, & the great respect I have for your character,...
Although I formerly had the Honor, of being personally presented to your Excellency, when an...
The Bearer hereof Mr Robert Parrish, an Inhabitant of this City, informs me that his Journey to...
We have been all again made most miserable by the accounts received of the desperate state of...
It affoards me the greatest pleasure that I can Congratulate your Excellency on the accession of...
There does not appear to be a single Circumstance in the Case of the murderer in question, to...