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Last Night General Moreau was sent from the Temple in a Coach and six to Bayon (You have seen...
Since my last 24 June, I have in pursuance of your instructions put in the enclosed notes on the...
A courier has just arrived from Russia. The emperor demands the fulfilment of certain secret...
Nothing extraordinary has occurred Since my last, a duplicate of which you will receive with...
I yesterday received your letter of 26th of June announcing the appointment of Genl Armstrong as...
Since my letter of yesterday I have received the enclosed note on the Subject of the trade with...
I have just recd the enclosed from Mr Pinkney with directions to forward them to you after having...
Since my last Mr d’Oubril has received an answer to the Note of the Emperor of Russia; this...
I enclose the reply of the Minister upon the Subject of the debts, it is in the language I...
The ambassador of Spain has this moment left me. In the course of our conversation he dropped...
As I am in daily expectation of the arrival of General Armstrong, this will probably be the last...
I have just returned from the Minister’s & have the Satisfaction of informing you that he has...
Circumstances have prevented my availing myself of your kindness, in permitting me to retire:...
Being now entirely divested of my diplomatic functions it becomes my duty to Send you the...
I returned to Paris a few days ago from my tour thro Italy & Germany. When the Emperor was <o>n...
I arrived here with my family this Morning, having <left> Nantes the 26th. May. I should proceed...
I received on the fifth Inst your favor of the ⟨2⟩;8th. Septr. I began immediately to unpack my...
Mr ⟨F⟩; Skipwith may probably have brought letters for me. If so I shall deem it a favor to have...
After my return home I made search among my papers for the catalogue of Pougens that you...
I have but just received the enclosed from Mr Mitchel with a request to forward it to you. He...
I have recd. so many letters from Mr. Mitchel soliciting my interest with you in relation to his...
I thank you for your favor of the 11th. which I have just now recd. I feel much more indifferent...
Knowing your engagements during the session of Congress, I have not thought it proper to break in...
The state of my son in law, Col. Livingstons, health compels him to make a voyage. He accordingly...
I ought long before this to have returned you my thanks, & those of Coll. Livingston for your...
Knowing that you find leasure amidst the bustle of politicks to amuse yourself with less...
Presuming that you will have some means of keeping open the intercourse with Genl. Armstrong, &...
This will be delivered by Mr. Jasper Livingston grandson of your old acquaintance Mr. Philip...
I take the Liberty to enclose a letter to Genl. Armstrong, containing letters to my sister, & my...
This will be delivered by my sons in Law Robert L. and Edward P Livingston. One being a senator...
I thank you for your favor of the 11th. which I have just now recd. I feel more indifferent to...
I send by this post a roll containing a patern for a coat, of cloth which Mrs. Edward P...
Tho I know that your time is occupied by more important concerns, yet the interest you take in...
When I look at the date of your letter, I am actualy asshamed [ sic ] of the time I have kept the...
15 May 1812, New York. Introduces Mr. Budd, who wishes to meet JM and has applied to Livingston...