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Mr. Pichon having communicated to the Secretary of State, a clause prepared to be inserted in the...
I had the honor to receive with your letter of this day the proces-verbal of the delivery of the...
Le contenu de Votre lettre du 18. ayant été référé au département de la trésorerie, il a été...
I have received and laid before the President your letter of Augst. 25. accompanied by a Copy of...
According to information which tho’ not official, deserves attention, orders have been received...
The Secretary of State presents his respects to Mr. Pichon and has the honor to inform him, that...
15 March 1802, Department of State. Acknowledges Pichon’s note of 18 Feb. The president received...
31 October 1803, Department of State . “The Secretary of State … requests the favor of a passport...
21 December 1802, Department of State. Encloses an “account [not found] stated at the Navy...
Mr. Madison has laid before the President the observations in Mr. Pichon’s note of the 27th. of...
13 July 1801, Department of State. Encloses list of French ships taken by U.S. naval vessels and...
2 May 1803, Department of State. Acknowledges receipt of Pichon’s notes of 18 and 19 Apr. and...
1 July 1801. Invites the Pichons to dine with the Madisons “on Sunday next at 3 oClock.” RC...
23 June 1804, Department of State. Acknowledges the letter Pichon wrote him enclosing Martel’s...
Captain Davidson, whose case with that of Captain Rodgers, was the subject of a late...
Letter not found. 12 May 1801. Acknowledged in Pichon to JM, 17 May 1801 . Relays president’s...
Mr. Laussat’s proposition to sell to the United States a quantity of Artillery and other military...
I am just informed that two Citizens of the United States, John Rogers late a Captain in the Navy...
16 July 1801, Department of State. Acknowledges receipt of Pichon’s 10 July note listing the...
15 February 1802, Department of State. Acknowledges receipt of Pichon’s 1 Feb. note detailing the...
It is represented by three citizens of the United States viz Enoch Robins, Joseph Gardner, and...
Having laid before the President the subject of your Note of the 16th. instant, I am charged to...
In answer to your letter, intimating that the Corvette Cassius ought to be considered as that...
30 April 1804, Department of State. Acknowledges Pichon’s note of 27 Apr. and informs him that...
The Secretary of State having laid before the President the communication made by Mr. Pichon of...
23 July 1801, Department of State. Acknowledges Pichon’s two notes of 21 July. Notice of the...
14 May 1804, Department of State. Acknowledges Pichon’s letter of 9 May . Not having access at...
The Secretary of State has laid before the President the note of Mr. Pichon of the 17th. inst....
15 May 1804, Department of State. Transmits to Pichon an extract of a letter recently received by...
20 July 1801, Department of State. Acknowledges Pichon’s two notes, the first requesting JM to...
17 November 1801, Department of State. In reply to Pichon’s note of 2 Nov. , states that the...
16 July 1804, Department of State. Acknowledges Pichon’s letter of 21 June, which states that...
Mr. Madison has the honor to inform Mr. Pichon that the case of the Portuguese Brig la Gloria dal...
I have received and laid before the President your note communicating the evacuation of certain...
The Newspaper herewith inclosed contains a translation of an instruction from the Minister of...
In addition to what I had the honor formerly to communicate to you, respecting the steps taken on...
The Secretary of State has communicated to the President the letter from Mr. Pichon of the 17th....
I have now the honor to inclose the observations of the Secretary of the Treasury serving as an...