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The cession of the Spanish province of Louisiana to France, and perhaps of the Floridas, and the late suspension of our right of deposit at New Orleans, are events of primary interest to the United States. on both occasions, such measures were promptly taken as were thought most likely amicably to remove the present, & to prevent future causes of inquietude. the objects of these measures were...
I lay before you a treaty which has been concluded between the state of New York and the Oneida Indians , for the purchase of lands within that state: One other between the same state and the Seneca Indians, for the purchase of other lands, within the same state: One other between certain individuals, stiled the Holland company with the Senecas for the exchange of certain lands in the same...
I now inclose sundry documents supplementary to those communicated to you with my message at the commencement of the session. two others , of considerable importance, the one relating to our transactions with the Barbary powers , the other presenting a view of the offices of the government , shall be communicated as soon as they can be compleated. RC ( DNA : RG 233 , PM , 7th Cong., 1st...
11 February 1811. Transmits a report from the secretary of the treasury in compliance with a Senate resolution of 7 Feb. 1811. RC and enclosures ( DNA : RG 46, Legislative Proceedings, 11A-E4). RC 1 p. In a clerk’s hand, signed by JM. For enclosures, see Gallatin to JM, 8 Feb. 1811 , and n. 2.
The Swedish Government having repeatedly manifested a desire to interchange a public Minister with the U. States, and having lately appointed one with that view, and other considerations concerning to render it advisable at this period, to make a correspondent appointment, I nominate Jonathan Russell of Rhode Island, to be Minister Plenipotentiary of the U. States to Sweden. RC ( DNA : RG 46,...
§ 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...
The aspect of affairs in Europe during the last summer, and especially between Spain and England, gave reason to expect a favorable occasion for pressing to accommodation the unsettled matters between them and us. Mr. Carmichael, our Chargé des affaires at Madrid, having been long absent from his country, great changes having taken place in our circumstances and sentiments during that...