Identifier: Mss 814560
Scope and Contents Letter from Isaac Shelby in Frnakfort, Kentucky to James Monroe with recommendation to interim Secretary of War, that Peter G. Voorhies suceed Col. Samuel Huntington as district paymaster of the Army. Voorhies had served as principal commissary of provisions in expedition into Canada (in recent war), together with Shelby.
Identifier: Mss 811661
Scope and Contents James Monroe, Secretary of State certificate swearing that no patents had been issued to J.G. Wood or B. Wood.
Identifier: Mss 812478.1
Scope and Contents Additional instruction to the public and private armed vessels of the United States from President James Monroe in Washington, DC. Signed by Monroe as Secretary of State.
Identifier: Mss 796107
Scope and Contents Three page letter from Timothy Pickering of Philadelphia, Penn. to James Monroe, Pres. U.S. about the acceptance of the French colours by the U.S. government; the treaty with Great Britain; Indian situation.
Identifier: Mss 812570.1
Scope and Contents Patent issued to Thomas Green Fessenden by the President Madison, with specification sheet for improvements in making extracts from barks, etc., in clerical hand. Also signed by James Monroe as Secretary of State and by William Pikney as Attorney General