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G Granger presents his compliments to the President, and in relation to the case of Moss of...
I have completed the Summer Contracts with more than common success, and fixed the mails for...
G Granger presents his Complimts to the President & informs him that he has not a Copy of the...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the President and incloses a petition to him, from The...
I designed to have called and taken leave of you before my departure from Washington but a press...
G Granger presents his most respectful compliments to the President and informs him that having...
  An express will start from here to Detroit every Sunday at 6 PM destind to reach that place in...
On examining my private papers, I find the enclos’d address which was transmitted me by Henery...
I have to acknowledge yours of the 24th. & 26th. ultimo. Immediately after the receipt of the...
the inclosed Letter under cover of Brown Paper with a number of others directed to this Office...
I have furnish’d a daily Express, to pass between Fredericksburg and Monticello; the mail will...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the President and informs him that the Emoluments of the...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the Presidt. & incloses for his perusal sundry Letters &...
Having completed all the business before me as Postmaster General and arranged evry thing...
 I have paid from this office the following Sums, on account of the Roads from Nashville to...
G Granger Presents his Compliments to the President & Informs that Mr Pease’s Christian name is...
G Granger presents his Complimts to the President & returns Genl Merriweathe’rs Letter. On the...
I do myself the honor herewith to transmit the report of Judge Toulmin respecting the route from...
I do myself the honor herewith to deliver a List of the Proposals received at this office for...
I present you with the following statement relative to the contract made in January or rather...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of yours of the 1st. of September—A thousand considerations...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of yours of the 9th. since which I have just contracted with Mr...
I now do myself the honor to address you on the subject of the contemplated improvements on the...
I do hereby certify that no evil or inconvenience has arisen to the public from the employment of...
G Granger presents his compliments to the President and returns the letters transmitted to him—he...
G Granger presents his Complimts to the President and incloses a Letter from Perpt. Edwards by...
G Granger presents his compliments to the President and takes the liberty of inclosing a Letter...
I have lately received a letter from Mr Abrahams, dated, “Fort Stoddert, June 25th”, in which he...
I take the liberty to enclose a letter of June 17th. from Gov. Claiborne, on the subject of a new...
Yours of the 14th. inclosing Mr. Redick’s letter; & the Maysville petition was duly received. Of...
 I have now the honor to enclose a continuam of Mr Eastons communication, and the pleasure to...
Inclosed I transmit a Letter from Rufus Easton Esq with various other documents which relate to...
I have the honor to inclose a report in relation to the most convenient and direct roads to...
Nothing short of the most urgent necessity could have induced me to add one mite to the Thousand...
G Granger presents his respectful Compliments to the President & submits to his perusal a...
G Granger presents his complimts to the Presidt: & with pleasure assures him of the election of...
I have visited Our friends at Providence and had a full conversation with the Govr. Messrs....
I receivd. the inclosed by the last mail. The writer is Atto. for Mr Claiborne’s Government and...
I had the honor to receive yours of the 7th. Ulto. inclosing Mr. Stewards Letter to the Secretary...
I take the liberty to inclose a Letter which I have recd from Mr: Bates: [also] One from a Mr:...
Your favor of the 16th. was duly recd. this Evening. The proposed alteration in the Conveyance of...
I have this moment received returns of the election in New Hampshire for 171 Towns. They are as...
G Granger presents his Complimts to the President & returns the Letter from Mr. Ellery to Mr....
G Granger presents his Compliments to the President—he returns Mr. Eppes letter — Joseph Jones...
I can now speak with confidence on the subject of a Collector at New Haven. I am fully convinced...
Upon looking over some private letters which were carefully laid aside when I went to Connecticut...
The Inclosed is from Eliot who ran down Morris —he is a worthy man. Yours of the 20th. is recd. I...
I take the liberty to inclose a petition addressed to my care and also a Letter I have recd. from...
I have the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of yours of the 8th. and in return to communicate...
I arrived here yesterday noon having taken time to ascertain the State of Things in the Several...