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I lay before both houses of Congress, for their information, the report from the Director of the Mint now inclosed. RC ( DNA : RG 46 , LPPM , 7th Cong., 1st sess.); entirely in TJ’s hand; date reworked by TJ from 16 to 17 Feb.; endorsed by a Senate clerk. PrC ( DLC ). RC ( DNA : RG 233 , PM
16 January 1812. Transmits “a Report of the Secretary of State complying with their Resolution of the 18th of November.” RC and enclosure ( DNA : RG 46, Legislative Proceedings, 12A-E3). RC 1 p.; in the hand of Edward Coles; signed by JM. Enclosure (4 pp.) is Monroe to JM, 16 Jan. 1812 .
I now lay before you 1. a return of Ordnance , arms, & military stores the property of the US. 2. returns of muskets & bayonets fabricated at the armouries of the US. at Springfield & Harper’s ferry, and of the expenditures at those places: and 3. an estimate of expenditures which may be necessary for fortifications and barracks for the present year. Besides the permanent magazines established...
I nominate Oliver Elsworth, of Connecticut, to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States; vice William Cushing, resigned. LS , DNA : RG 46, entry 52; copy, DLC:GW . The Senate approved this nomination on 4 March ( Senate Executive Journal, Journal of the Executive Proceedings of the Senate of the United States of America: From the commencement of the First, to the termination...
I now communicate to you, a memorial of the Commissioners for the City of Washington together with a letter of later date, which, with their memorial of Jan: 28: 1801 . will possess the legislature fully of the state of the public interests, & of those of the city of Washington, confided to them. The monies now due, & soon to become due to the State of Maryland, on the loan guarantied by the...
The ‘Act for the admission of the state of Vermont into this union’ having fixed on this, as the day of it’s admission, it was thought that this would also be the first day on which any officer of the Union might legally perform any act of authority relating to that state. I therefore required your attendance to recieve nominations of the several officers necessary to put the federal...
30 March 1810. In response to the Senate’s resolution of 22 Mar., transmits a report of the secretary of state. Tr and Tr of enclosures ( DNA : RG 46, Transcribed Reports and Communications from the Executive, vol. 4). Tr 1 p. Enclosures are copies of Robert Smith to JM, 29 Mar. 1810 (1 p.), transmitting State Department correspondence (17 pp.), requested by the Senate on 22 Mar., relating to...
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...
I lay before you a representation of the Chargé des affaires of France, made by order of his court, on the acts of Congress of the 20th. of July 1789. and 1790. Imposing an extra tonnage on foreign vessels, not excepting those of that country, together with the Report of the Secretary of State thereon: and I recommend the same to your consideration, that I may be enabled to give it such answer...
I nominate William Jackson, of Philadelphia, to be Surveyor for the port of Philadelphia, and Inspector of the Revenue for the same; vice Walter Stewart resigned: Simons Maxwell, to be Collector for the District of Hardwick, in Georgia, and Inspector of the Revenue for the Port of Hardwick; vice Thomas Collier, resigned. and Stephen Bingham to be Surveyor for the port of West-point in the...