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I have received Your Letter of Yesterday and am glad to hear that you have lost none of your...
I have received your letter of the twenty eighth instant, and shall make but one inquiry more...
There being some officers under arrest, it has become necessary to appoint a Court Martial for...
Your letter of the twenty eighth of October has been delivered to me. You will probably have...
It is afflicting to know learn that such a dispute should have arisen between two Officers of the...
I enclose to you some papers which have been sent me by the Secretary of War relative to the...
The Post of to day brought me your letter of yesterday, by which I perceive the care and...
Your letter of the twentieth instant on the subject of the duel between Lieutenant Sharp and...
For particular reasons, I request you to send the inclosed letter to Captain Elliot by a mode of...
Confiding in the superiority of your loc al knowlege and in your disposition to promote the...
I have received your letter of the seventeenth inst. and regret extremely the event of which it...
I presume circumstances have intefered with my the execution of my desire as to the delivery of a...
It is afflicting to learn that Such a dispute as you state in your letter of the third instant...
Your letters of July the seventeenth of August and the twenty fourth of July have been delivered...
By a letter of the Secy. of the Navy transmitted to me by the Secretary of War it appears that...
I thank you for your attention to my request in regard to Capt Elliot. I do not find among my...
New York, April 13, 1799. “Relying that you will lose no time in assigning your Officers to the...
In reply to a former letter to you, I request that you will transmit the proceedings of the Court...