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Letter not found. 12 May 1801. Acknowledged in Pichon to JM, 17 May 1801 . Relays president’s directions concerning French ship La Sémillante at Norfolk. Returns commissions and conveys exequaturs from president.
Le contenu de Votre lettre du 18. ayant été référé au département de la trésorerie, il a été Constaté que le 28. Xbre. 1798. la Somme de 11,02⟨2⟩. dollars a été passée au credit de la République française et que le Jour Suivant le Controleur de la trésorerie a notifié à l’agent de Mr. Létombe qui avait fait le dépot Sur lequel le crédit avait été passé qu’il y avait à opposer au crédit une...
1 July 1801. Invites the Pichons to dine with the Madisons “on Sunday next at 3 oClock.” RC (Biblioteca Civica, Torino, Italy). 1 p.; in Dolley Madison’s hand.
13 July 1801, Department of State. Encloses list of French ships taken by U.S. naval vessels and not condemned by 1 Oct. 1800 as well as those taken since that time. This list comes from the Navy Department, and Pichon can probably add to it. Given the lack of reliable sources, the list is not as correct as desired. Accordingly, JM reserves the right to correct it if, as a result of subsequent...
16 July 1801, Department of State. Acknowledges receipt of Pichon’s 10 July note listing the different points contained in previous letters. Responds to them in numerical order, omitting the fifth, which JM has already answered. Defers answering the first as much for reasons Pichon indicated as because the current situation does not suggest a need to interpret the treaty immediately regarding...
20 July 1801, Department of State. Acknowledges Pichon’s two notes, the first requesting JM to authorize payment of $11,000 credited to the French Republic on the books of the Treasury Department, the second containing Pichon’s opinion on the propriety of an arrest carried out on a foreign warship in a U.S. port. By a letter to the secretary of treasury, Pichon’s request on the first object...
23 July 1801, Department of State. Acknowledges Pichon’s two notes of 21 July. Notice of the peace established between the contending European powers is pleasing to the U.S. government, since it diminishes the scourge of war and is further proof of the return of friendly relations between France and the U.S. In the hope of avoiding the useless embarrassments for trade occasioned by the...
17 November 1801, Department of State. In reply to Pichon’s note of 2 Nov. , states that the misunderstanding by which he issued passports for Saint-Domingue to French citizens having been rectified, the practice will cease. Adds, in reply to Pichon’s 29 Oct. note, that the Treasury Department has ordered the restitution to Mr. Barney of the duties paid at Baltimore on Pichon’s account. Tr (...
15 February 1802, Department of State. Acknowledges receipt of Pichon’s 1 Feb. note detailing the state of the revolt on the island of Guadeloupe and the dispositions made by the French authorities in regard to commerce with that colony. The note was shown to the president, whose instructions were that no matter what the results in terms of commercial relations, the U.S. would be guided by...
15 March 1802, Department of State. Acknowledges Pichon’s note of 18 Feb. The president received the news of the peace concluded between France and Great Britain not only with the lively interest that humanity should take at the end of such a long and bloody war but also with the sympathy owed to a friendly nation with which the U.S., under the auspices of peace, desires to expand its...