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The letter you sent me has been confined to myself; but the other letters you have written on the...
I enclose you a further request on the subject of the paper communicated to you in my last, that...
I received your letters and papers. I added to them, but changed nothing, for the train of ideas...
I wrote you a line yesterday acknowleging the receipt of your late letters from Albany. I expect...
I have recd and read the enclosed. I think the advice contained in the last paragraph ought to be...
I have received this morning your letter of the 17th inst. Mr Jones is without your letter of the...
Will you assist me or rather your country with such suggestions and opinions as may occur to you...
I have recd. the result of my request to you and cannot be otherwise than pleased with it and...
I have transferred your certificates and received your interest. I have also paid to Mr. Wolcott...
I shall in a short time be able to get to sea, one or two of our frigates, and perhaps, in less...
I have just recd. yours of the 1st. I have calculated to be able to leave this on Wednesday, to...
I had reckoned upon the immediate arrival of the Secry. of Marine when I wrote you that I should...
I retained the inclosed letter which was put into my hands with permission to take a copy of it....
I am directed to inform you that the President of the United States, by, and with the advice and...
You must be fully aware how liable the Executive is to be misled in forming a just estimate of...
[ Philadelphia Trenton , August 5, 1798. On this date McHenry wrote to Hamilton “asking for a...
[ Philadelphia Trenton , August 6, 1798. On this date McHenry wrote to Hamilton “stating that he...
I have written to the President lately, mentioning that the more I contemplated the detail of...
I have just recieved a letter (of which the enclosed is a Copy) dated the 5th. instant from...
I have been able to go today to the office, to attend to business, and prepare to leave this City...
I received your note of the 25 inst. yesterday. I had written on saturday to the Lieutenant...
The inclosures will explain to you, infinitely better than the longest letter I could write, the...
I received your letter of the 8th this morning. Mine to you to which it is an answer ought to...
I inclosed you in a note of the 28th of Augt. ulto, a copy of a letter to General Washington...
I recd. yours of the 9th this morning. Why is it necessary you should repeat to me your request,...
The sun begins to shine. I reced. this morning from the President a letter dated the 30th ulto....
As it may be attended with very great inconvenience to add any new buildings this season to the...
I have the honour to inclose your Commission as Major General in the army of the United States,...
You will see by the enclosed, the steps I have taken, and the information and the aid which I...
I have been favored with your letter of the 19th instant. You will see by the enclosed copy of a...
I received your letter of yesterday this morning at 5 o’clock. mr wolcott will send instructions...
I have received this moment your two letters of the 16 & 17th instant, and have read them over...
I have this moment received two letters from you under dates of the 20th & one dated the 26th....
Inclosed is a copy of my report. To give facility to the committee I think it would be proper...
I have received your letter dated the 7th. instant. The President has directed me to signify to...
The official letter of this date fixes the commencement of your pay and emoluments. I shall as...
I wrote you on the to request you to prepare a bill conformably to the propositions contained in...
Permit me in addition to what I said yesterday to request, that laying aside other business you...
War Department, January 21, 1799. Encloses the “Proceedings of two Military Courts, held on...
The Inclosed Schedule shews 1st Certain names contained in the list made out by the Generals, not...
I omitted to inclose to you yesterday the annexed schedule upon which my letter was a commentary....
War Department, January 29, 1799. “Until your instructions can be made out defining the extent of...
Lieutenant General Washington having declined agreeably to the condition upon which he accepted...
I have received your public letter of the 6 and another (private) dated also on the 6th. The...
War Department, February 8, 1799. “I have the honor to inclose your instructions and shall send...
Certain inconveniences hitherto experienced relative to the pay of the troops induced me to...
I received your private letter of the 10th inst. last night. The mode in which the laws are...
A Proclamation of the President of the United States, a Copy of which I enclose, will inform you...
I have received your letter of the 15 instant with alterations and additions proposed to be made...
Philadelphia, March 19, 1799. Encloses “copies of two Letters from General Wilkinson, one dated...