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Your favor of the 27th. was recieved yesterday proposing to advance Lieutenants Sterett and Hull...
I have spoken with Genl. Dearborne on the subject of the Marines at N. Orleans, and he sais there...
I return you Commodore Preble’s letter which gives us time enough to consider on his mission. he...
I recieved last night the inclosed petition from the Walleboght company to build a bridge across...
Mr. Smith of Ohio, who has undertaken the building of two gunboats, having employed his hands &...
You will receive from Capt Tingey information of the capture of our late store ship by a Spanish...
I have had under consideration the letter of Lieutt. Smith commander of Gun boat No. 1. from...
Mr. Madison recieved from the Collector of the Customs at Philadelphia, yesterday, capt Kennedy’s...
Your letter of the 24th. came to hand last night. Capt. Tingey happening to come in this morning...
The inclosed copy of a letter to mr Lincoln will so fully explain it’s own object, that I need...
Th: Jefferson incloses to mr Smith a rough sketch of his first undigested ideas of the matters to...
The communications from the Mediterranean recieved from your department, I have inclosed to mr...
Of the writer of the inclosed I know nothing but from his own letter. if he be a good subject it...
Your letter of the 21st. is duly recieved, inclosing a commission of Lieutt. for John Williams....
If your honor can make any use of his honor mr Hunt writer of the inclosed, I dare say he will...
Yours of Aug. 30. was recieved yesterday, & I sincerely rejoice with you on the so far prosperous...
Th: Jefferson returns to mr Smith the Tripoline papers. considering that Eaton’s fire was all...
Understanding from mr Madison that he would be here by the last of the week, I wrote to desire...
The inclosed letter, from it’s good intentions, merits a suitable reply from me, but not being a...
I recieved last night a letter dated Pisa Nov. 17. from a friend a native of that country, in...
I send you the inclosed from O’Brien merely that you may read the upper half of the last page the...
Your letter of May 14. has been recieved and duly considered & I now return the several papers it...
We have two posts a week, leaving Washington on the evenings of Monday & Wednesday, arriving at...
It is really wonderful how compleatly our countrymen, after staying sometime in Europe, forget...
I inclose you a letter from James Lownes, a marine or seaman on board one of our gunboats, to his...
Your favor of the 6th. was recieved yesterday. on the 7th. inst. I had recieved one from Mella...
I send you by this post the Warrants from your office signed but in a very damaged situation from...
Mr. Madison was to set out on Monday last, & is expected here to-day. we have some matters of...
According to information & consultations formerly had, it has been considered that 250. gunboats...
Yours of yesterday has been duly considered. what I had myself in contemplation was to wait till...
I think it should further be observed to mr Beekman that in order that the public may not be made...
A Resolution of the house of Representatives of Yesterday asks from me information as to the...
I return you the letter of Capt. Hull whose ideas on the subject of the persons to be employed...
Soon after my arrival here I recieved a letter from Govr. Cabell requesting me to give such...
Mr. Appleton the writer of the inclosed letter was well known to me at Paris, but not as a man of...
Your letters of Aug. 23. 27. 29. 30. have all been recieved. the two last came yesterday. I...
I had written to you yesterday on the subject of notifying our E. India trade in answer to yours...
Your’s of the 1st. came to hand yesterday evening, and I this day inclose it to Garbut. I now...
Mr. Madison, who is with me, suggests the expediency of immediately taking up the case of Capt...
On my return yesterday I found yours of the 10th. and now re-inclose you Com. Rogers’s letter....
Proceeding as we are to an extensive construction of gun-boats, there are many circumstances to...
I return you Chancey’s letter. I am sorry to see the seamen working for rations only, & that we...
To the letter from mr Davy of the Committee of the Chamber of commerce of Philadelphia (which I...
I think the answer to the Mayor of N. York must be that the law fixes the number of men we may...
I believe we must employ some of our gunboats to aid in the execution of the embargo law. some...
Can a gunboat be spared from Charleston? DLC : Harwood Family Papers.
I approve of your letter to Commodore Murray entirely, and in order to settle what shall be our...
I nominate Joseph Tarbell—now a Lieutenant in the Navy—to be a Master Commandant in the Navy—to...
I inclose you a petition from a woman (Mary Barnett) who complains that her son of 13. years of...
I thank you for the information contained in your’s of the 17th. and as it has not yet got into...