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At length I am enabled to send you a Convention which I yesterday signed with Lord Hawkesbury,...
The Letters which I have received from you are dated May 21. June 15. 30. July 23. 24. 27. 28....
Some Time since Mr. Balan, the Prussian chargé d’affaires requested me to forward two Letters to...
23 December 1801, London. No. 45. Encloses copy of a letter from Lord Hawkesbury to Sir John...
In a Letter dated October 7. Commodore Dale informs me that he had been obliged to ask the...
30 November 1801, London. No. 43. Understands that Lord Cornwallis will leave Paris soon for...
If the annexed copy of the Treaty between France and Spain, respecting the establishment of the...
5 November 1801, London. Reports that war’s end has occasioned a review of the British diplomatic...
The news Papers, among which is the Porcupine, the Paper of the new opposition, which Mr. Dawsons...
It is confidently believed that a considerable Expedition composed of land & Sea forces, is...
23 October 1801, London. No. 41. Conveys copies of his letter to the judge of the High Court of...
In addition to my Official Letter of this date it may be satisfactory to you to know, if more...
20 October 1801, London. No. 40. Adverse winds, which have delayed Dawson’s departure, give...
17 October 1801, London. No. 39. Encloses copies of correspondence with the Prussian chargé...
9 October 1801, London. No. 38. Reports the approval of the peace preliminaries at Paris and...
I have nothing to add to my official letter respecting ⟨the⟩ negotiation relative to the 6th....
4 October 1801, London. No. 37. Had expected to close negotiations on article 6 of the Jay treaty...
Preliminaries of peace between France and Great Britain, were signed last night at Lord...
24 September 1801, London. No. 35. Acknowledges JM’s letters of 21 May , 15 and 30 June , and 24...
10 September 1801, London. No. 34. Based on a slight acquaintance, has a favorable opinion of the...
4 September 1801, London. No. 33. Reports that several American merchantmen have been seized off...
24 August 1801, London. No. 32. Was pleased to receive president’s sanction of his plans to press...
I have duly received your Letter of June 30. inclosing one to Mr. Williams which notifies him of...
20 August 1801, London. No. 30. Conveys word from Murray and Dawson that exchange of...
14 August 1801, London. No. 29. Encloses copies of letter from John Turnbull of Turnbull, Forbes,...
30 July 1801, London. No. 28. Believes French invasion of Great Britain unlikely despite military...
The Court of Appeals having reversed several decrees of Condemnation pronounced in the...
On the Evening of the Eleventh a Cutter arrived from Petersburgh, with a Copy of the Convention...
12 July 1801, London. No. 25. Relays details of peace negotiations between Britain and members of...
The day before yesterday I received the Duplicate of your letter of May 21. and am persuaded that...