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I take the liberty of introducing Mr. Pollard of Boston, a gentleman of considerable literary...
Mr Frans Coffin, who will have the honour of delivering this letter, & whom I beg leave to...
The formidable British fleet, now on this Station, could not have been more ill contrived than it...
Mr. Jacob Perkins of Newbury Port will have the honour of delivering this letter into your hand....
Not finding it convenient, on account of the late severe snow storm and consequent bad roads, to...
As it is not among the least of the important duties of the President, to become acquainted so...
I think we agree in sentiment, that the wealth & prosperity of a Country depend essentially on...
I have seen the letter which you addressed to a Gentleman in this City during my absence...
I have the honor to enclose to you a letter from our friend Genl. Lafayette, which he put into my...
I have just arrived here in a passage of 34 days from England. I take the liberty of...
As I have some expectation of returning to Europe in the course of this Year, it will be...
I had fully intended to have paid my personal respects to you on Saturday last, had not the...
I had the honour to receive, upon my return to this Place, your letter dated the 14th of April...
29 March 1803, New York. “In compliance with a request from Mr. Thomas Bulkeley of Lisbon, now...
In referring to that part of the letter addressed by me, on the 28th. of June last, to the...
A combination of circumstances having prevented me from having the honour of paying my respects...
I had fully determined, upon my arrival in the U.S. , to have made a journey to the City of...
28 December 1801, Madrid. No. 299. Transmits information just received from Swedish chargé that...
In requesting you to be referred to my letter dated the 18th inst:, I have now the pleasure to...
18 December 1801, Madrid. No. 297. Recounts 9 Dec. meeting at the Escorial with Charles Pinckney,...
4 December 1801, Madrid. No. 296. Has had no news of Commodore Dale since he sailed from Málaga....
23 November 1801, Madrid. No. 295. The “almost incessant occupation” of preparing representations...
20 November 1801, Madrid. No. 294. Encloses copies of an official Spanish letter of 27 Oct.,...
9 November 1801, Madrid. No. 293. Has been informed that the pasha of Tripoli is having three...
6 November 1801, Madrid. No. 292. Has received a 12 Oct. letter from Pinckney in Paris stating...
With my last Dispatch of the 13th. instant, I forwarded Copies of the Preliminaries of Peace, as...
7 October 1801, Madrid. No. 289. Forwards dispatches sent to Smith at Lisbon from consuls in...
30 September 1801, Madrid. No. 288. Has been informed secretly that France and Portugal signed a...
24 September 1801, Madrid. No. 287. Has formally notified minister of state of American blockade...
The information contained in the Post-script of my letter, of the 1st. instant from St....