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I have the honor to enclose a Copy of an account received a day or two ago from M r Warwick, and hope the Instruments may reach you in good order. ViU .
According to my letter of the 20 th Ultimo, I have now the honor to send you enclosed the promised Despatch of M r Secretary Canning. I gave M r Barlow notice thereof, and measures are prepared to have the matter brought to a Conclusion—A M r Warwick of Virginia is to ship the goods to your order in Virginia, taking care to have them previously insured—The first shipment will probably take...
After a good deal of Correspondence with the office for foreign affairs on the subject of M r Bonnycastle’s removal to Virginia; it has resulted in this conclusion, that Virginia will in no circumstance be called upon for the Forfeiture of M r Bonnycastle’s Bond; and this has been so understood, after it was distinctly observed, that should he or his Bondsmen be called upon, that Virginia...
(Duplicate) I duly received on the 2 d Instant your packet of the 28 th July, covering a letter from you to M r Callaway, and also one from you to me, containing a duplicate of a former Bill for £1350, of whose receipt and disposition I have already advised you: and also a Bill of Exchange for £675. Sterling by Kerr & Caskie on James Dunlop of London in favor of Thomas Tredway. I immediately...
I received at Cheltenham on the 17 th Ins t your Packet, containing among other letters and Papers, a letter from you to me covering a draft for £1350 Stg; accompanied with a request that I would consent to become the Depository of this sum for the purpose proposed. I accept with pleasure this trust, and have accordingly sent the Draft to Mess rs Baring Brothers and C o Bankers of the United...
As none of the Eminent Statesmen of the Country was more Early, or deeply impressed by the great importance of our national Fisheries, and navigation; and as no one has made more constant Exertions, than you have done, to Establish these Rights; I have taken the Liberty to send you a copy of a Speech that I delivered in the Senate during the last session of Congress, upon an occasion, in...