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I must beg the Indulgence of Congress, while I Sollicit their Attention, for a few moments to...
A day or two after the receipt of your Letter of Nov r. 1 st. & that of President Lee. which came...
I have received, the Letter you did me, the Honour to write me, on the Sixth of June, with the...
Colonel Humphreys informs me, that he expects to return to America, in the Spring, if he Should...
I have not presented a formal Memorial in the Name of our Sovereign concerning the Negroes...
Yesterday, at Eleven O Clock, I went by Appointment to Lord Carmarthens Office, and was admitted...
Private There is a Gentleman at Lisbon, who went and established himself there, as I believe...
I do myself the Honour to inclose the New Act of Parliament for regulating the Trade between the...
I am anxious to convey to you, if I can, in as strong a light as that in which I, See, myself,...
On Wednesday, the 13. the Marquis of Carmarthen, informed me, that, Captain Stanhope of the...
Last night I was honoured with your Letter of April 7 th. and am happy to find that Twelve...
I Should have added in my Letter of this day, that Shelbourne professes to be steady to the...
Yesterday the ninth of the Month, I was presented to the Queen by my Lord Aylesbury, her Lord...
I have received your Letter, inclosing two Pamphlets one of which I have Sent to M r Jefferson,...
It would be of little Consequence to Us, whether there was a Union between Great Britain and...
I went to Court Yesterday Morning, if not in despair, with very faint hopes of ever receiving an...
Yesterday I had my Audience of Leave of His Majesty. I shall not trouble you with any...
Last Night, I had a visit from the Marquis, whom I was glad to see, for a variety of Reasons: his...
Inclosed are Copies of two Protests of Bills of Exchange, received from the Board of Treasury....
The Crown of Great Britain has Sometimes, pledged its Prerogative to relax the Navigation Act,...
I have the Honour to inclose to you ,Copies of the Secretary of States answer, dated the 28 of...
The Arret of the King of France, in his Council of the Tenth of July, has a Preamble which...
Yesterday, I was honoured with yours of the thirty first of July, and the Instructions of...
On Wednesday, the Chevalier De Pinto informed me that he had written to Lisbon, for Explanations...
The Expences of Insurance on American Vessells,—the Obstructions of their Commerce with Spain...
At a late Levee, the King, in conversation with one of the foreign Ministers, was pleased to say...
I have received the Letter you did me, the Honour to write me, on the 1 st. of May; and the...
Yesterday at the Levee at St. James’s, the Marquis of Carmarthen came to me and told me, that he...
M r Temple is gone out as Consul General: whether he will be received or not in that Character,...
Yesterday the Tripolitan Ambassador Sent a Message by a Doctor Benamor, an English Jew most...