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19 April 1803, Department of State. “The sum of 17,887 50/100 dollars about to be remitted to you...
I have had the honor to receive your letter of the 29th. ult. enclosing one to the Auditor which...
I enclose a protest by Capt. Newell of the American Schooner Sea Flower, which shews that the...
§ To Rufus King. 17 January 1806, Department of State. “I request the favor of you to peruse the...
I have rec’d. & communicated to the Committee of the Senate the information contained in your...
Mr. William Gibson, Merchant of Charleston, south Carolina, has represented to me, that he has...
I have recd. your favor of the 25th. Ulto. inclosing one to you from Mr. Vansittart; which I now...
In compliance with your private letter of Aug. 5. just come to hand, I lose no time in apprizing...
26 July 1802, Department of State. “Agreeably to a suggestion in a letter from you to Mr Elias...
We are at length approaching the close of our deliberations on the several parts of the...
A case has lately been stated to the Treasury Department by one of the Northwestern Collectors of...
My letter of the 15th. of June acknowledged the receipt of your communications of April 20 and...
I recd. by the mail of last evening yours of the 2d. instant. I do not know that any rule has...
An occasion has occurred, in relation to a demand set up by the proctors, who have conducted the...
The final question in our Convention has just been decided in the affirmative by 89 ays 79 noes....
Notice being just given me that the Mail to be made up this evening will reach New York in time...
The inclosed documents contain the case of Mr Lewis le Couteulx, whose unjust and severe...
Mr. Morton of my neighbourhood will pass through London on a trip to Scotland with an object...
In my last of the 10th. instant, I took occasion to remark to you the extensive injury threatened...
I beg leave to call your attention to the enclosed letter from the Collector of New York and the...
I am tolerably well over the bilious indisposition which confined me at the date of my last. The...
My letter of the 23d. Ult. with a post[s]cript of the 3d. of this Month communicated the...
29 March 1804, Washington. “On the receipt of yours of I put it into the hands of Mr. Gallatin,...
I have had the pleasure of receiving in addition to your official communications brought by Mr....
I have this instant recd. your favr. of the 16. and have but a few moments to thank you for it. I...
Your three letters of May 3, 5 & 7 have been duly received. On the subject of the first, to wit,...
My last was of the 25th of February, since which yours to No 53 inclusive have been received....
I thank you sincerely for your favor previous to your leaving N. York. The information in it is...
7 April 1802, Washington. “I have to acknowledge several of your late private letters, which I...
You will herewith receive a Commission giving you powers to adjust by proper stipulations with...
Your several letters to No 56 have been duly received. The Convention relating to the 6th and 7th...
I have been for two days & still am laid up with a bilious attack. Writing is scarcely...
I have the honor to inclose an unsealed letter to Mr. Erving respecting the case of Mr. Hunter of...
Mr. M & Mr Grayson present their complts to Mr. King and beg leave to inform him that the doors...
30 June 1801, Department of State. Encloses letter to Samuel Williams and refers the matter of...
I have recd and communicated to the President your letter of the 11th. instant. Although the...
Your communications by Mr. Sitgreaves on the subject of the proposed conversion of the claims...
In the latter end of last month we received information from New Orleans of the interdiction of...
Objects interesting to the United States requiring that the Senate should be in session on the...
Having in a private letter under Cover of one to Mr Low, of New York, communicated the result of...
No question has yet been taken by which real strength of parties in our Convention can be...
Accounts from London having reached Baltimore, that the negociation in your hands with the...
I cannot better fulfill the object of the Committee of which Mr Adams is Chairman, than by...
The enclosed letter of Jacob Peterson of the American armed ship Asia and copy of the Protest of...
21 October 1801, Department of State. Directs King’s attention to complaint of Kimball and Lord,...
By the Treaty of peace, the mouth of the St. Croix is supposed to be in the Bay of Fundy. But as...