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I informed you in my last that I found some relaxation on the subject of the floridas in my last...
On the 15 Thermidor when the Ministers had a public audience the Senate were ⟨announced⟩—they...
I have recieved your dispatches ⟨& the Presidents by Mr. Du⟩pont de Ne⟨mours.⟩ I shall reply more...
The letter from Genl Le Clerk which you will find in the Moniteur having excited some emotition [...
Enclosed is the answer of the Spanish ambassadour to my letter a copy of which was forwarded on...
Since my last I have acquired information which I can depend on relative to the intentions of...
I have just been favoured with yours of the 16h of March the letters that I have heretofore sent...
I have only to add to my last that as I conjectured the Consul has rejected the continuance of...
I am just informed by a letter from Mr. Curwen at Antwerp that he has brought despatches for me...
Since my letter of this morning I have recieved farther information on the subjects there hinted...
I send with this duplicates of my two last letters & the notes that have since passed between me...
The vessel not going so soon as was expected gives me an opportunity of informing you that the...
I have nothing to add to the letters just sent you by the way of Baltimore but the enclosed note...
After closing my packet I recd the note of which the within is a copy. It amounts to nothing, but...
I yesterday recieved the duplicate and triplicate of your letter of the 19th. december last the...
I have written to you by the way of havre & by that conveyance you will receive packets &c. but...
Nothing extraordinary has occurred since my last. The definitive treaty is not yet signed. It is...
I have just sent my Letters by a private hand to Havre. This may overtake them & inform you that...
Since my last of the 13th. inst, a duplicate of which has been forwarded, nothing extraordinary...
My former letters left you little doubt on the subject of the cession of Louisiana, by the...
I have so lat[e]ly written to you that I have little to add but what is contained in my letters...
In addition to what I wrote you yesterday I have only to mention that I am more & more confirmed...
I arrived here after a fatiguing journey, of near four hundred miles, on the evening of the 3d....
I arrived this evening from L’Orient at this place, I have yet seen nobody here from whom I could...
I have just now landed here after a verry boisterous passage, ’tho Havre would been more...
10 October 1801, New York. Reports Boston “got off the rocks last night” undamaged and will be...
9 October 1801, New York. In accordance with his letter of “yesterday & this day,” has drawn on...
Some fatality seems to attend my geting away. After waiting impatiently for my dispatches in this...
On the rect of your favor of the 4th. I broke up my family & came to this place where I am...
I write to you in haste from the post Office where I have this moment recd your favor of the 4th....