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3 July 1801, London. No. 23. Reports Parliament “prorogued,” ministry negotiations with France...
I have lately received a letter from Genl. Allen enclosing one to me from the Department of...
8 June 1801, London. No. 21. Reports George III sufficiently recovered from illness to tend to...
Annexed I send you the copy of a letter which I have just received from Lord Hawkesbury on the...
Since the date of my letter communicating Lord Hawkesbury’s sentiments respecting the Debts, I...
25 May 1801, London. Introduces Prince Ruspoli, officer in the Order of Malta, who comes...
Though Captain Pellew of the English Frigate Cleopatra was recalled, as I sometime ago informed...
15 May 1801, London. No. 17. Reports that Lord St. Helens has sailed for negotiations with...
Having learned that the Law which prohibited our commercial intercourse with France had ceased,...
26 April 1801, London. No. 15. Received instructions several months ago to procure jewels as...
25 April 1801, London. No. 14. Notes that British fleet bound for Denmark passed under Swedish...
21 April 1801, London. No. 13. Transmits, by way of Samuel Sitgreaves, copies of his...
Annexed I have the honour to send you a copy of my Correspondence with Mr. Anstey upon the...
14 April 1801, London. No. 11. Last mail from Hamburg brought news that British fleet has taken...
12 April 1801, London. No. 10. Encloses copies of correspondence with Lord Hawkesbury about...
The unexpected occupation of Hamburgh by the Danes, and the Treaty between France and Naples have...
In confirmation of the rumours of the day, Carnot’s answer to Bailleul, published during the...
Tho’ the King has recovered, he does not yet hold a Court, nor is it understood that he attends...
Owing to the continuance of the King’s illness, the change of the Ministry is still incomplete,...