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Thanks for yours of Dec. 24. I Still entertain hopes that New England will not be forever...
I resigned the office of President of the Academy, before your nomination, and have not since...
I thank you for your work on value and for that on Expatriation. They are great subjects The...
I congratulate you most heartily on the happy termination of the late War. I have now to beg the...
The enclosed letter, unasked and unexpected, reached me, some days since, with a request that I...
Peace having been at length agreed on, I take the earliest Opportunity of continuing the offer of...
I have now the honour of laying before you, a Report of the operations of the Mint for the last...
Haveing heard a grate deel said about Torpedoes before the war began, and Since, but not under...
The only apology that I make in again Addressing you is That The United States, from the joint...
§ To Congress. 2 January 1815. “I lay before Congress a Report of the Secretary of the Treasury,...