Gubernatorial, vice-presidential, or presidential messages (esp. annual messages in the latter case).
TO THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY. Gentlemen--The President, with the advice and consent of the senate, has appointed me Secretary of State for the United States, and I have felt it my duty to accept the unsolicited and distinguished honour which has thus been conferred upon me. This decision makes it necessary that I should resign the office of governor of this state, to which I have recently been... Continue Reading
Recipient: New York Assembly
I cannot approve of the bill entitled an act “to allow Rebecca Albro, the wife of Wait Albro, of the town of Beekman, in Dutchess co, to receive certain legacies left her by her grandfather,” and do therefore return the same to the assembly with these my objections. The petition upon which this bill is founded, sets forth that the petitioner was deserted by her husband, in the month of August... Continue Reading