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In consequence of your instructions, I have directed Captains Burbeck’s and Savage’s companies of...
Having received your directions to endevor to negociate a treaty of peace and friendship with the...
In answer to your secret communication of the 27th instant, and the questions stated therein I...
In answer to your secret communication of the 27th instant, and the questions stated therein I...
I have the honor to transmit to you, a letter from Governor Telfair of the 20th of July,...
Having been unavoidably longer detained at Boston, than I expected, I did not return to this...
Lieutenant Denny arrived last evening from Fort Washington, on the Ohio, charged with letters...
The Secretary of War, to whom the President of the United States was pleased to refer the Speech...
The secretary of War, to whom the President of the United States was pleased to refer the...
I have the honor to submit to you three reports upon the following subjects. No: 1. Is a report...
The Secretary of War to whom the President of the United States was pleased to refer a letter...
The Secretary of War to whom the President of the United States referred the consideration of...
The Secretary for the department of war, submits the following report to the President of the...
By the resolves of Congress of the 20th of October 1786, certain officers were appointed and...
I submit to your Consideration a draft of instructions for Brigadier General Charles Scott. And I...
I have the honor to submit, to your consideration, dispatches received from Governor Blount. It...
I have the honor to submit to your consideration such a plan of raising the levies as appears to...
The Secretary of war respectfully submits to the President of the United States, the following...
Being about to make a journey to the Southern States, in which I shall be absent for some time,...
Having arranged all the Papers referred to in the proposed instructions to me, I have the honor...
I have the honor to submit to you the opinion of the Attorney General respecting the United...
I have the honor to enclose a representation received from the Cornplanter. The fact of murdering...
I had the honor to inform you on the 27th of the murder of certain friendly Indians at the Big...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your separate letter of the 4th instant, and also...
The last letter which I had the honor to write to you was dated on the 10th instant. Since which...
Private Sir Philadelphia 17th April 1791 Mr Eveleigh the Comptroller of the Treasury died...
The last Letter which I had the honor to address you was dated on the 17th ultimo. Since which...
On the 30th of the last month I had the honor to submit to you, a general view of the Affairs in...
Colonel Procter has just arrived in this City by the way of Fort Pitt—He was unable to go forward...
I write this Letter with the hopes of its meeting you at Mount-Vernon in good health, after your...