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As you are Shortly to leave the busy scenes of public life, to enjoy the calm repose of a...
Relying on the candor & liberality of your mind & reposing myself on the Sentiments of Justice...
It is now expected here with confidence that Mr. Ten’cate, late Secretary of Legation from this...
Mr. Changuion lately appointed by this Government as Minister to the United States, will have the...
3 July 1812, Amsterdam. “I most respectfully & solicitously renew my request for the appointment...
As you are acquainted with the embarrassing situation in which I have laboured for some years &...
Your letter of the 2 d May covering one for the Secretary of the 1 t Class of the Royal Institute...
5 September 1810, American Consulate, Amsterdam. Requests that his commission as consul at...
It is my duty to mention that I have been given to understand both by a letter from Genl...
12 April 1809, Amsterdam. The consul reports that American vessels are now being allowed “to...
I have the honor to transmit you via Hamburg the Leyden Gazettes to this date agreeably to usage...
I lately had the honor to address you on the Subject of My present painful position being...
I herewith transmit to you (via Hamburg) a letter recd. from our Consul at Antwerp with the...
I had the honor to address you a few days past pr the Sheperdess on the Subject of my truly...
I hasten to Send the inclosed to go by the Sheperdess as it contains the advice of the safe...
Having lately had the honor to address you Pr the America Capt. Seton I have nothing Special to...
This goes by Mr. Baker who is charged with dispatches to the Govt. of the U States from our Minr....
I humbly beg leave to present to a view of the Supreme Executive of the U States my truly...
I herewith transmit you the last Ley den Gazettes to which I beg leave to refer for many...
Since I had last the honor to write you nothing material has occurred in regard to the Situation...
I herein transmit you sundry Leiden Gazettes up to this date, which contain the most correct...
I have to advise the due rect of a letter from your Department of 15 Feby. with sundry documents...
All my endeavours with this Govt. to obtain a levy of the present embargo now on our Ships being...
It appears to every one extraordinary what can be the motives influencing this Govt. to hold on...
Capt: Nathl. Harvey of the Ship Eliza of Baltimore Joseph Street & others owners died here on the...
I had the honor to write to you lately by the Ship Eliza Capt. Stuffington of & for Baltimore who...
I have observed by a late American Gasette that in your reply to the General Assembly of...
The feeble State of my nerves after a sickness of about two months renders it quite inconvenient...
I had the honor to address you a few days past. This serves especially to convey to you the...
As in the event of the war with England, which appears to be almost inevitable it is probable...