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In obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 9t. Ulto. I have the honor to lay before them the inclosed abstract of seamen, registered in the several collection Districts of the United States, for the years 1806 & 1807, in pursuance of the act for the relief and protection of American seamen. I have the honor to be Sir, with great respect, your most Obt. Set. DNA : RG...
I have the honor to enclose a report of the names and Salaries of the persons employed in the Department of State, in pursuance of an Act, "Intituled’ an Act to regulate and fix the Compensation of Clerks, &c.". I have the honor to be, very respectfully, Your obt. Servt. Department of State 22 d. January, 18 08. In pursuance of the Act of Congress entitled, "An Act to regulate and fix the...
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred by the House of Representatives, on the 26th. of Feby last, the message of the President, transmitting a Memorial of the French Minister, on the subject of the claim of Amelie Eugenie de Beaumarchais; with instructions to report thereon, now reports; That having in pursuance of the Report of the Committee of claims on which the referrence was...
I have the honor to forward to you a letter, covering a certificate of the election of Nicholas Vandyke Esqr., as a Representative in Congress for the State of Delaware, transmitted to this Department by order of the Governor of that State. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
The Secretary of State to whom was referred by a Resolution of the House of Representatives of the 13th. instant, the Memorial of James Jay of the State of New York, has the honor to report—That it appears from Testimony entitled to the highest confidence and respect, and which is now deposited in the Secret Archives of this Department, that the System to which the Petition refers, as invented...
The Secretary of State, to whom on the 28 ult was referred by the House of Representatives the petition of Jared Shattuck, has the honor to make the following report: That it appears, that the petitioners ship the Mercator and her cargo were detained in the year 1800 by Lieut. Maley, commanding the Schooner Experiment, a vessel of war of the United States, and ordered to Cape François for...
18 February 1805, Department of State . “In pursuance of the Resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States, dated the 23rd. of January last, I have the honor of transmitting a List of the Names of Persons, who have invented any new and useful Art, machine, manufacture or Composition of matter, or any Improvement thereon, and to whom Patents have issued for the same from this...
13 February 1805, Department of State . “In pursuance of a Resolution of the House of Representatives on the 5th. inst. I have the honor through you to lay before them, ‘an abstract of all the evidences of title to lands claimed under any act or pretended act of the State of Georgia passed or pretended to be passed in the years 1789 and 1795, recorded in the office of this Department,’ with...
In obedience to an order of the House of Representatives, of the 31st December 1804, directing the Secretary of State to lay before that House “a return of the number of American seamen, who have been impressed or detained on Board the Ships of War of any foreign nation, stating the names of the persons impressed; the name of the Ship or vessel by which they were impressed, the nation to which...
The Secretary of State to whom was referred on the 17th ult, the petition of William Wilson, John Potts and David Easton, praying relief in the case of the Brig Jesse and her cargo which in the year 1793 were captured by a French Privateer and sold at Charleston (S. C.) under the authority of the French Consul resident there—has examined the same, and thereupon reports as follows: That the...