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With great reluctance we take the liberty of appealing to your candor, in laying before you a...
The Secretary of the Navy in communicating the name with which he filled the blank Commission...
In presenting the enclosed petition of Mr Shipley of Delaware, S. Pleasonton would respectfully...
I have to ask your pardon for opening your letter to Mr. Graham of the 13 inst, relating to...
Agreeably to an arrangement suggested by the Secretary of State, I have the honor to inclose for...
There being a Mail only once a week to the Sulphur Springs whither Colo Monroe has gone, and his...
Genl. Pinkney may be thanked for his attention, informed that no appt. at least at this time will...
I have recd your letter of the 21st. inst: on the subject of your trip to Pena. I cannot suppose...
I have recd. your letter of the 2 2d. As the navy Department cannot avail itself of the Neptune,...
Capt. Mullowny who holds the Commission of Consul at Tenneriffe, but who has not yet found it...