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The Secretary of State to whom was referred by a Resolution of the Senate of the 25th. of January last, the petition of Moses Young, to consider the merits of the same, has the honor to make the following report. It appears that Mr. Young was appointed Consul of the United States at Madrid on the 11th. of April 1798, having been previously, (Viz, about the month of October preceding) by Mr....
The Secretary of State, in compliance with the resolution of the Senate of the 2d. March last, directing him to lay before the Senate at their present meeting, “such laws of Great Britain as impose any higher or greater duties on the exportation of goods, wares and Merchandise to the United States, than are imposed on similar goods, wares, and Merchandise, when exported to the nations of...
§ To the Senate. 17 April 1806, Department of State. “The Secretary of State, to whom was referred on the 11th inst, the Memorial of Ira Allen, has the honor to make the following report to the Senate: “That the Executive of the United States, with a view to promote the justice claimed by the memorialist, has heretofore interposed in his behalf with the British Government; but that a decree of...
To the Senate of the United States. I nominate Robert Smith now Secretary of the Navy to be Secretary of State. William Eustis of Massachusetts to be Secretary of War. John Quincey Adams of Massachusetts to be Minister Plenipotentiary to the court of St. Petersburg. Thomas Sumpter Junr. of South Carolina to be Minister Plenipotentiary to the court of Rio Jeneiro. Henry Hill of New York to be...
To the Senate of the United States In compliance with the Resolution of the Senate of the 13th instant, I transmit extracts from letters from Mr. Pinkney to the Secretary of State, accompanied by letters and communications to him, from the British Secretary of State for the Foreign Department; all of which have been received here since the last Session of Congress. To these Documents are added...
To the Senate of the United States In compliance with the Resolution of the Senate of the 19th inst.; I transmit such information as has been received, respecting Exiles from Cuba, arrived, or expected within the United States; also, a letter from Genl. Turreau connected with that subject. RC ( DNA : RG 46, Legislative Proceedings). In a clerk’s hand, signed by JM. Enclosure was probably a...
To the Senate of the United States. The considerations which led to the nomination of a Minister Plenipotentiary to Russia, being strengthened by evidence since received of the earnest desire of the Emperor to establish a diplomatic intercourse between the two Countries, and of a disposition in his Councils favorable to the extension of a commerce mutually advantageous; as will be seen by the...
16 December 1809. In response to a 15 Dec. Senate resolution, transmits copies of the president’s correspondence with the governor of Pennsylvania concerning the case of Gideon Olmstead. RC and enclosures ( DNA : RG 46, Legislative Proceedings, 11A-E2). RC 1 p. In a clerk’s hand, signed and dated by JM. Enclosures (6 pp.) are copies of Simon Snyder to JM, 6 Apr. 1809 , the Pennsylvania “Act...
22 December 1809. Submits for ratification a treaty and separate article concluded on 30 Sept. with the Delaware, Potawatomi, Miami, and Eel River Indians, a convention concluded on 26 Oct. with the Wea tribe, and explanatory documents. RC and enclosures ( DNA : RG 46, Executive Proceedings, 11B-C1). RC 1 p. In a clerk’s hand, signed by JM. Printed enclosure (8 pp.) is A Treaty between the...
9 January 1810. Submits for ratification a treaty concluded on 9 Dec. 1809 with the Kickapoo Indians, accompanied by “an extract of a letter from the Governor of the Indiana Territory.” RC and enclosure ( DNA : RG 46, Executive Proceedings, 11B-C3). RC 1 p. Surviving enclosure (2 pp.) is an extract from William Henry Harrison to the secretary of war, 10 Dec. 1809. Received and read on 10 Jan....