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The case committed to the care of Mr. Erving in the inclosed letter (which I beg you to hand to...
I am desirous of obtaining an Exemplified Copy of my Patent for an Improvment in the Mode of...
1 November 1803, Department of State. “Enclosed is a deposition [not found] made by Mr: Mc.Elwee...
1 November 1803, Amsterdam. Addressed JM lately about some American ships that had difficulty...
1 November 1803, Charlestown. Recommends Lewis Ellzey, who intends to move to “the Mississippi...
By the Schooner Citizen, which will carry this to Gibraltar, are forwarded the greater part of...
I told you in my last that a coolness Subsisted between the First Consul & Count Marcoff the...
Mr. Pichon hopes there is no impropriety on his part in requesting that Mr. Madison may inform...
2 November 1803, Department of State. The Citizen will carry this letter and most of the gun...
2 November 1803, London. No. 26. Encloses a sea letter of the brig John and Mary of Charleston,...
2 November 1803, Lisbon. “It would seem that the British Gov<ern>ment are apprehensive for the...
3 November 1803, New Orleans. “I had the Honor of addressing you on the 8th. September respecting...
3 November 1803, Cap Français. “As probably there will be Many erroneous reports and publications...
3 November 1803, Portsmouth. “From a concurrence of unforeseen events it has become very...
Letter not found. 3 November 1803. Described in Yznardy to JM, 15 July 1804 (DNA: RG 59, CD,...
I recd your favor of the 21 prairial, with a pleasure which is redoubled by the consideration...
Mr. Madison has laid before the President the observations in Mr. Pichon’s note of the 27th. of...
Since my last (of the 31st. ult.) I have recd. from Mr. Gavino, a copy of Capt. Bainbridge’s...
I was honored in due time with your letter of the 12 prairial, and have now the satisfaction to...
Mr. Pichon presents his respectfull thanks to Mr. Madison for the information contained in his...
4 November 1803, Department of State. Asks “whether the payment of freights claimed against the...
4 November 1803, Havana. Since his 29 Oct. dispatch, “another French Privateer has entered this...
4 November 1803, Norfolk, Virginia. “Having arrived here this Evening from England I lose no Time...
4 November 1803, Tangier. No. 70. Forwarded his dispatches nos. 68 and 69 by the New York , which...
The Louisiana documents did not come from Mr. Gallatin till a day or two ago. I have this morning...
Your favor of the 6th. Ultimo came to hand before the Mint was opened, which has occasioned the...
The great importance of the Florida and Louisiana Business has occasioned me to trouble you with...
I have recd your note of the 4th. instant, to which I can only answer, that the form of procedure...
7 November 1803, Department of State. Encloses “documents [not found] involving an imputation...
7 November 1803. Transmits (1) his letter to General Lavalette, (2) Lavalette’s answer, and (3)...