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Pardon the liberty I take, and permit me to call to your Excellency’s recollection, a Person who...
It gives me sensible pain to be under the necessity of troubling you further with my personal...
I was honoured by the due receipt of your obliging favr. of Augt 30th for which you have my...
I am pleased to find that the President in his late Speech to both Houses of the American...
There are certain Subjects which become more eligibly communicated in writing than in Person....
Observing by the Papers that you are one of the Commrs: appointed for purchasing part of the...
I beg leave just to call to yr recollection my having informed you (when I had the honor to see...
I had the honor to address you not long since (via Hamburg) acquainting you that, notwithstanding...
As I was unwilling to be totally idle, I have employed some of the hours of leisure, which the...
Boston, November 1, 1789. Asks Hamilton to “Give me leave Dr Sir to request the favr of being in...
I am in this moment favoured with a letter from Mr Bourne informing of my having lost my Object...
Having been absent in the Country, it was not till yesterday, that I had the honour to receive...
Happy in that easy access to the first Office in his Government which is alone the pride of an...
As the Legislature of the United States, appears not to contemplate, either an adequate...
Being informed that some Members of the House of Representatives are opposed to allowing any...
Expecting in a few days to embark for Hispaniola under a Consular Commission from the United...
10 March 1801, Amsterdam. Transmits copies of Leiden Gazette . Reports that weight Great Britain...
10 April 1801, Amsterdam. Transmits continuation of Leiden Gazette . Reports local belief that...
5 May 1801, Amsterdam. Is disappointed to learn Congress rejected the memorial on behalf of U.S....
29 May 1801, Amsterdam. Continues practice of sending the Leiden newspaper, which is generally...
In the letter which I had lately the honor to address you on the subject of our Consular...
The hopes of a peace between France & England which had been inspired by the late correspondence...
10 June 1801, Amsterdam. Offers suggestions for improving consular service by making...
I am honored by your letter of the 25 April by Mr Meredith. The inclosed letters for France have...
10 July 1801, Amsterdam. Has unofficial letters from Paris stating that exchange of ratifications...
27 July 1801, Amsterdam. Captain Pastorius from Philadelphia recently gave him two letters from...
8 August 1801, Amsterdam. Has learned from the newspapers that Jefferson has decided to vacate...
10 August 1801, Amsterdam. Hastens to forward the enclosed from Murray, since it conveys...
15 August 1801, Amsterdam. Announces that “nothing very material has occurred on the political...
1 September 1801, Amsterdam. Encloses Leiden Gazette with news that Cairo has fallen to the...
22 September 1801, Amsterdam. Encloses that day’s Leiden Gazette with accounts of the revolution...
23 September 1801, Amsterdam. Forwards an enclosure [not found] that he has received since his...
30 September 1801, Amsterdam. Forwards two issues of the Leiden Gazette . Recent reports of...
7 October 1801, Amsterdam. Reports that, contrary to general expectation, peace preliminaries...
9 October 1801, Amsterdam. Confirms signing of the peace preliminaries between France and Great...
12 October 1801, Amsterdam. Repeats request that JM reply at the earliest opportunity to his...
16 October 1801, Amsterdam. Encloses latest Leiden Gazette , which paper “will continue to be...
29 October 1801, Amsterdam. Acknowledges JM’s 1 Aug. circular and promises to reply fully at...
1 November 1801, Amsterdam. Will attend to contents of JM’s 1 Aug. circular letter . Takes...
12 November 1801, Amsterdam. States difficulty of defining current political situation in Europe...
20 November 1801, Amsterdam. Transmits Leiden Gazette . Waits “anxiously to know what will be the...
11 December 1801, Amsterdam. Transmits the Leiden Gazette to date. Thinks the congresses to be...
14 December 1801, Amsterdam. Transmits suggestion of Hubbard, one of the bankers of the U.S., who...
20 December 1801, Amsterdam. Transmits a duplicate of his 15 Dec. letter. Has encountered...
22 December 1801. Forwards copy of 22 Dec. Leiden Gazette . “Some symptoms of discontent are said...
20 January 1802. Reports that American citizens are paying higher duties on their imports to and...
1 February 1802, Amsterdam. Has mentioned in recent letters that if Mrs. Bourne’s state of health...
6 February 1802, Amsterdam. Transmits a triplicate of his 20 Jan. dispatch. Stresses that...
22 February 1802, Amsterdam. States that he has decided to send his wife “to the Country for her...
23 February 1802, Amsterdam. Transmits papers and states that as physicians think his wife’s...