Nov. 13. 1804.
To the Senate of the United States.
|✓||I nominate James Bowdoin of Massachusets Minister Plenipotentiary for the US. at the court of Madrid|
|✓||George W. Irving of Massachusets to be Secretary of legation for the US. at the court of Madrid|
|✓||William Brown, late of Columbia, now of Orleans, to be Collector of New Orleans.|
|✓||William Lyman of Massachusets to be Surveyor & Inspector for New Orleans.|
|✓||Thomas Tingey of Columbia to be a captain in the navy of the US.|
|✓||Franklin Wharton, now a Major in the Marine corps, to be Colonel Commandant of the same instead of Colo. Burrowes resigned.|
|✓||Hannibal M. Allen of Vermont||}||to be 2d. Lieutenants of Artillery, to take rank from the 27th. of June 1804.|
|✓||James S. Smith of New Jersey|
|✓||Joseph Kimball of N. Hampshire|
|✓||John Brownson of Vermont||}||to be ensigns in the 1st regiment of infantry to take rank from June 27. 1804|
|✓||Johnson Magowers of Kentucky|
|✓||Benjamin Marshall of Massachusets|
|✓||Oliver H. Spencer of Orleans, Surgeon, to take rank from Oct. 9. 1804.|
|✓||Abraham Edwards of N. Jersey to be a Surgeon’s mate, to rank from June 8. 1804.|
DNA: RG 59—ML—Miscellaneous Letters.