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I do myself the honor to enclose Warrants for Jno. N. Canon—Boatswain & David Loring—Gunner—...
I have the honor to request your signature to the enclosed Commissions which are required for the...
I have the honor to request your Signature to the enclosed Warrant as Midshipman for Mr. Gamble ....
Knowing the interest, you take in the state of our foreign relations and the solicitude, you feel...
Not being able to decipher the name of the writer of the enclosed letter I have to ask the favor...
I do myself the honor to enclose you Warrants for Mr J Downes & Mr. L. Alexis , which will...
The enclosed I have received this morning . There are some incorrect statements in it with...
I do myself the honor to enclose Warrants for Charles Benson —of Fredericksburg William Holmes ....
You must know that in the year 1800 the 17th day of May I left Philadelphia; to go on election...
I will have the honor of calling upon you tomorrow for the purpose of obtaining your instructions...
Mr Charles Ludlow for whom the accompanying nomination is intended, has been mentioned to me in...
The extent of our Coast, the prevailing winds during the winter, the length of the nights and the...
I have great satisfaction in informing you that the Elections in the State of Maryland for...
The chief Clerk of the department of State having this morning shewn to me a Letter from mr...
Not conceiving it good economy to suffer the Company of Marines to remain at New Orleans merely...
I have to request your signature to the commissions herewith sent for Lieuts. Haraden and...
I have unfortunately been suffering since Saturday under the effects of the “Ague and fever”....
From the enclosed letters you will perceive that Comre. Rodgers proposes to keep in the...
The enclosed papers do not suggest one new idea. These are old plans upon which we have made...
I find that the frigate the U. States cannot be prepared to sail for either New York or Boston...
If a more summary process be wanted to enforce a specific performance of the Contract of foreign...
The subsistence of the seamen was not inserted in the last statement sent to you because we have...
Having obtained a sight of the bill now before the Senate entitled “an act in addition to an act...
Before I make the proposed communication to Brown & Pearson I consider it proper to submit to...
You must know that it was Robert Smith who electioneered for you in the year 1800—he at Annapolis...
8th. Sect— The Blank to be filled up with 103 —of which three are for the lakes—The State as set...
I have the Navy Estimates for the ensuing year, prepared in detail, but can not state the...
From an Officer of the Navy residing at Charleston S.C. who had my permission to make a voyage in...
I have the honor to present for your consideration the following Gentlemen to be Midshipmen in...
Most sincerely do I regret that I had not known your opinion of Mr Meade some weeks since. I have...
Upon receiving the enclosed I immediately made all the arrangements in my power to order the...
Your favor of the 20 with the enclosed letter to Doctor Rush has been duly received. It is really...
I am extremely sorry that the Tunisian Minister should have given us additional difficulties. Not...
In consequence of the resignation of George Cox, a vacancy has arisen in the corps of Masters...
I have marked one Section that I think ought to be struck out thus}— Respecty. DLC : Papers of...
As I could not consistently apply to Capt Hull by letter either official or private for...
As we are to assemble so soon at Washington I have declined instituting any judicial proceeding...
I shall this day have the honor of sending to you Warrants for the two young gentlemen...
I find that the Gunboats cannot be sent to New-orleans at this time consistently with the...
The accompanying statement No 2—exhibits a view of the exact state of the Navy appropriations on...
I request your signature to the enclosed commissions. I am with great respect sir, yr mo ob s DLC...
I have made known to you of going on to Annapolis in the year 1800—and put a card into the...
Upon finding that Capt Tingey had not, as was his duty, reported to the Dept the timber and the...
It would seem from the tenour of the Communications from our Ministers at Madrid that they were...
I have the honor to enclose for your signature Commissions for the following gentlemen, now...
I have the honor to transmit herewith, for your signature a number of Commissions which are...
Being apprehensive that the blank Commissions & Warrants mentioned in my Letter to you of the...
*The temperate and Correct Course pursued by our Consul Mr Simpson, the promptitude of Commodore...
Some days since I had the honor of communicating to you verbally that there were employed in the...
I send you the enclosed in order that you may perceive the movements of the Spanish troops from...