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Having Sent the Report and Documents which accompany this Message, to the House of...
Reposing especial Trust and Confidence in your Abilities, Integrity, Prudence, and Patriotism, I...
In obedience to the letter of the President of the United States to the Attorney General of the...
Know Ye, That for the purpose of terminating all differences between the United States of America...
Immediately after I had received your resolution of the 10th of June, requesting a report...
Neither remoteness of Situation, nor lapse of time can efface from my Recollection the...
7[Diary entry: 22 June 1797] (Washington Papers)
22. Wind Southerly & growing warmer. Cloudy & likely for rain all day. Began Wheat harvest at...
I am sorry I was not more full in my Letter respecting Mr Lloyds Bull. It certainly never was...
I have recievd your favour, & deliverd Mrs. Madisons. The accompanying papers will shew you the...
The Senate have this day rejected their own bill for raising a provisional army of 15,000. men. I...