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Among the reforms in the economy of our government which we propose to make, is the...
27 July 1801, Department of State. Announces president’s decision to appoint him to London as...
You will receive this from the hands of Mr. Christie heretofore a member of Congress from the...
Extract from the letters written to mr Short & mr Erving. ‘mr Duane is employed this year to make...
Congress have appropriated a sum of money to the procuring books for their use. about one half of...
19 April 1803, Department of State. “At the request of the Secretary of the Treasury I have to...
The enclosed statement contains the case of Mr. Hunter of Philadelphia, whose Vessel, called the...
16 June 1803, Department of State . “You will receive herewith a certified copy of a deposition...
I take the liberty of putting under your cover the inclosed letters. two of them contain...
1 November 1803, Department of State. “Enclosed is a deposition [not found] made by Mr: Mc.Elwee...
3 December 1803, Department of State. “Mr. John R. Livingston has represented that he has...
15 December 1803, Department of State. “Mr. Joseph W. Alsop of Connecticut having obtained an...
18 January 1804, Department of State. “Mr. Norman Butler, a claimant in the case of the Sally,...
19 April 1804, Department of State. “The instructions under which you act requiring that no...
It has been deemed expedient, that all monies now in your hands, or which may come to them from...
In the case of the Molly, Deland, Master, Isaac Starr having transferred his share of the...
It appears by the enclosed letter from Mr. King, that on the application of the Proctors for his...
In your letter of the 28 January, I received the result of your application respecting Alexander...
Letter not found. 22 July 1804. Acknowledged in Erving to JM, 12 Sept. 1804 (MHi: Winthrop Family...
Your several Communications relating to the awards Seamen &c have been just received & with them...
24 November 1804, Department of State. “I enclose proof that Joseph Trowbridge who has been...
27 December 1804, Department of State. “I have received the enclosed papers [not found] from Mr....
The President of the United States, desirous of availing the public of your services as Secretary...
Presuming that you will have reached Madrid and Mr Bowdoin having been detained by indisposition...
By Mr. Smith to whom this is committed you will receive the public letter in which the course...
In a letter from Mr. Monroe of 20 Augt. and from yourself of the 24th. of same it is signified...
Expecting that the bearer hereof, mr Louis B. Smith, will find you arrived at Madrid, I take the...
§ To John Armstrong, George W. Erving, and James Monroe. 4 December 1805, Department of State....
The letters which I have received from you since your arrival at Madrid are under dates of 25th....
§ To George W. Erving. 1 May 1806, Department of State. “I have received your No 4 dated on 21st....
Your last communications were of Decr. 24 and Jany 9th. The bearer Mr. Hollins, intending to go...
I now acknowledge your several letters of Feby 8. March 17 April 8. June 20. July 13 & 26th. If...
An American vessel, the property of a respectable merchant of Georgetown , on a voyage to some...
Letter not found. 25 September 1810. Acknowledged in Erving to JM, 20 Oct. 1810 . Discusses...
Letter not found. 1 February 1811. Acknowledged in Erving to JM, 10 Mar. 1811 . Discusses events...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 3 d & hasten to say that I shall be at home during the...
¶ To George W. Erving. Letter not found. 30 December 1822 . Noted in the Numismatist 35 (1922):...
M r Madison, a few days ago, presented me, in your name a case of bronze medals, for which I pray...