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It having been found necessary to engage voluntarily or to impress all the armed vessels of...
Know you that from the special trust and confidence which is reposed in your fidelity, courage,...
I am informed that the several persons whose Services we desire to avail ourselves of on this...
I cannot certainly say that any Vessels which may have gone down will not get out, but I hope...
I have the pleasure to inform you of the arrival of the Marquis De La Fayette at York. Whether a...
I have written to Capt. Mitchell about having the Vessels and property valued. I hope you will be...
The Sixth of October last I Delivered to Mr. Joseph Hawkins Comasery at the Barracks 139 ℔ of...
The Arrival of a British fleet and reinforcement having occasioned a discontinuance of those...
The following case occours in the transactions of the Treasury. The husband of a deceased...
The recess of Congress permits me now to resume the subject of my letter of Aug. 12. and to...
It is with some degree of shame that I accept the kind offer in your letter of the 1st. inst....
I send you all the Books you sent me. There appears to me a passage important to Mr Rawle...
[ New York, October 10, 1800. On October 11, 1800, Lewis wrote to Hamilton : “Your letter of...
25 October 1803, Department of State . In answer to his letter of 20 Oct., informs Lewis that his...
You will hasten to New York and embark at that place in the ship Osage. This vessel being...