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The minister of France intending himself the honor of paying his respects to you at your...
24 December 1812, War Department. Proposes for JM’s approval various “Promotions in the Army of...
Major Thompson belongd to a Penna. brigade in the revolutionary war, when I knew him. He was I...
The Secretary of State respectfully submits to the President the nominating to the gentleman as...
The enemy are advanced six miles on the road to the wood Yard, and our troops retiring. Our...
The business with Mr Bagot being suspended, & that with Algiers an acct of the Deys letter which...
2 February 1813, War Department. Lists proposed promotions in the U.S. Army for JM’s approval....
Ca. 17 December 1812. Lists proposed appointments in the U.S. Army from North Carolina,...
I send you a very interesting & indeed important Letter from Col: Jessup. Having this moment...
The enclosed from Genl. Ripley, was intended for my own inspection only; but as it is interesting...
The enclosed was handed to me by Mr. Swift, who informd me that he had recd. it from Mr....
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the Senate of the 20th. instant,...
Nothing new has occurr’d, except the arrival of General Bloomfield, with whom I have had much...
§ From James Monroe. 21 February 1815, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to propose...
It is not known that the British govt. has accepted the mediation of Russia; nothing has been...
§ From James Monroe. 16 December 1814, War Department. “The Senate having declined confirming the...
I arrived here this morning at 8 OClock, and have been since within 4 miles of Benedict, at...
I return you mr Jefferson’s letters, having shewn them to mr Dallas. I enclose some letters from...
I have yours of the 6th. I am willing & ready to act in either character alluded to. The effect...
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the Resolution of the House of Representatives of...
I have receivd yours of the 12th. Since my return home I have recover’d daily from the...
We have had no rain since my arrival here, nor had there been any for some time before. The most...
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the House of Representatives,...
Mr Serurier presented to me yesterday a copy of his letter of credence from the Emperor...
I quartered last night near charlotte Hall, and took a view this morning at 8 oClock, from a...
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the Resolution of the House of Representatives of...
The Undersigned acting as Secretary of State to whom was referred the Resolution of the Senate,...
Finding that my arrangments in Loudoun might be completed on the day I arriv’d there, I came down...
§ From James Monroe. 8 November 1814, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to submit...
I have not yet receiv’d an answer from Mr Crowninshield, respecting the Labrador coast, or the...
Some very interesting domestick concerns which could not well be postponed, seconded by the state...
I have nothing from you to day. Col Cass has arrivd & gives the same acct. heretofore recd. from...
I enclose you a copy of a letter sent yesterday to genl. winder, relating to the communication...
I send you letters from General Jackson which give an account of a victory truly glorious. It...
I have yours of the 23 d. Col: Aspinwall is desirous of obtaining the appointment to London as...
I have been much engaged in my private concerns, tho’ rather indisposed, since my return home, so...
I return’d here yesterday morning, having been prevented arriving the preceding evening by the...
My affairs in Loudoun requiring in an urgent manner my presence, I shall go up to day & return on...
I had an interview with Mr Bagot yesterday on the subject of the fisheries. He proposes, to allot...
We came here on sunday & shall proceed to Richmond the day after to morrow. We left washington on...
I saw Mr. Bishop this morning, on the subject of his late letter to me, communicated to Mr....
I have not yet heard from Mr Crowninshield, and I begin to fear that Mr Bagot’s power relative to...
I returnd last night and receivd your letters of the 7th. & 8th. The letter of the Dey of...
Finding by your letter recd yesterday that you would set out on that or this day, & probably be...
I arrived here late yesterday eving. having taken Richmond in my route. I had the great...
The incapacity for business produc’d by so long an application to it at Washington, has been...
§ From James Monroe. 21 February 1815, War Department. “I have the honor respectfully to propose...
The Secretary of State, to whom has been referred the resolution of the Senate of the 28th of...
You will have received thro’ the war dept., intelligence of the success against Proctor by the...
I recd. the enclosed on my return home. Be so good as read it, & return it by the bearer. I am...