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Being informed that our Mediterranean Passports and papers of navigation have been recently...
Mr. Madison requests the pleasure of Mr. Adam’s company to dinner on Tuesday next at half past 3...
J. Madison presents his respects to Mr. Adams and incloses a letter just recd. from Mr. Randolph...
16 December 1803. “Having transmitted to Mr. King, the inquiry contained in your letter of , I...
In answer to your letter of the 7th. I have to state that the public character of the Marquis of...
9 May 1805, Department of State . “The recommendations, under which you were formerly engaged in...
to be ? in quality ? of Minister plenipotentiary. The bearer to you of assurances of the sincere...
to be illegible in quality illegible of Minister plenipotentiary. The bearer to you of assurances...
Your letter of the 1st: instant has been received. The arrangements designed by the President,...
Mr. W. C. Williams of Frederickburg has proposed, that if this Department will pay him the money...
§ To Andrew Allen Jr. 15 November 1805, Department of State. “I have this day written to the...
Having received no official information respecting the decision in the case of the Olive Branch,...
Your letter complaining of the attempt by Mr. Lewis S. Pintard, acting as Consul at Maderia, to...
James Madison, Secretary of State of the United States of America. To all whom it may concern....
Since the commencement of the year 1802, I have received your letter of the date of June 28 and I...
On receiving information of the loss of the Philadelphia, an act of Congress was passed whereby a...
The proofs which have been received of the hostile purposes of the Bashaw of Tripoli having...
I have the honor to inclose a copy of the President’s communication to the Legislature at the...
For a considerable time past, suspicions have prevailed, that a rupture with the United States...
By the mail of last Evening, dispatches were received from New Orleans, announcing the formal...
22 April 1804, Department of State. “I duly received your letter [not found] enclosing a...
I have just written to Mr Pinckney, the Minister of the United States at Spain, and have called...
I Certify, That the bearer herof, James Anderson, is a citisen of the United States of America...
The extensive Commerce carried on with the Island of Cuba renders the establishment of a Consul...
With your letter of the 27th. inst: I have received the cypher for secret correspondence, of...
I have had the honor to receive your letter of the 15th. Ult. of which Mr. Farwell was the...
The Book of Reports for Mr. Creighton was sent to the office to be put up for the Mail; but by...
I have recd. your letter and communications of the 20th. Ult: with your subsequent one of , and...
Will you be so good as to say whether the affidavits referred to in the inclosed be in your hands...
In conformity to the request in yours of the   instant I have made the capture of the Brig...
The Officers of the French Government in St Domingo having made that Government a debtor to Mr...
The rein given by Great Britain thro’ the arbitrary decisions of her Admiralty Courts to the...
On reviewing the letters from you not yet acknowledged I find them under the following dates, viz...
A Commission by which the President appoints you Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States to...
With the exception of several letters on special subjects, my last was dated on the 24th of...
Letter not found. 6 September 1804, Department of State. Offered for sale by B. Altman & Co....
From the period when the misunderstandings between France and the United States encouraged the...
Since my last of June 29th to Mr Livingston I have received his several communications under the...
It is represented by the parties interested in the ship New Jersey and cargo, for which indemnity...
Your account dated 25th December last, which has not been examined at the Treasury for want of...
Letter not found. 27 May 1804. Acknowledged in Armstrong to JM, 2 June 1804 , as an offer of...
Your letter of August 6th. has been duly received. Those of August 2d & 4 addressed to Mr. Wagner...
I herewith inclose an act of Congress just passed on the subject of the commerce with St....
Mr Skipwith has represented himself to be aggrieved by an attachment laid by the French...
Messrs. Thomas Lewis & Son of Boston were the owners of the ship Hope and Cargo, which were...
§ To John Armstrong, George W. Erving, and James Monroe. 4 December 1805, Department of State....
On the supposition that by the time this reaches you the negotiations prescribed in my letter of...
I have requested the Treasury to remit you three thousand dollars according to your request. If...
I have duly received from time to time your several letters bearing dates 3 July 10 & 15 Augt. 10...
Since my last of which Lt. Lewis was the bearer, I have received your several letters of 27 Decr...