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§ From William Lee. 14 September 1805, Bordeaux . “I have the honor to enclose you a bill of...
I have this moment received a letter from Stephen Ca thalan Esqr. our Consul at Marseilles,...
The feeble state of my health will but just permit me to acknowledge the rect. of the letter you...
A rumour having been current here for some days past tha t the Emperor had said to Genl....
The following is an extract by tra nslation of a letter recd. this day from a respectable m an in...
The Journal of the day contains the following article, "Le Conseil des Prizes en execution de...
§ From William Lee. 4 March 1806, Bordeaux. “By two Imperial Decrees dated the twenty second, and...
Since my last respects of the 20th Ulto so many circumstances have come to my knowledge to make...
Encouraged by a most respectable circle of friends I am induced to address the President of the...
I take the liberty to enclose you a list of the Vessels which have entered and cleared at this...
I beg leave to transmit you an extract of a letter I have this day received from General...
Mr. Baker having put all the letters addressed to me into the possession of the Commissary...
§ From William Lee. 25 November 1805, Bordeaux. “Since my respects of the 18th. and 19th [not...
I beg leave to refer you to my las t under date of the 27th June. The sixty A merican sailors who...
Wm Lee presents his respects to the President of the United States & takes the liberty to send...
Having learnt from Mr Monroe, that you had formerly interested yourself in the education of Mr W....
18 May 1805, Bordeaux . “In my letters to yourself and the Secretary of the Treasury under date...
I have shipped for you, on board the Brig Hope Capt Fisher, bound to Alexandria, two Cases of...
10 June 1803, Bordeaux . Encloses a letter he received “yesterday” from Monroe. Acknowledges JM’s...
18 February 1802, Bordeaux. Has sent home on ship Thames bound to Philadelphia the distressed and...
5 January 1805, Bordeaux. “Since my respects of the 20 Ulto. on the subject of the Joseph &...
14 July 1804, Bordeaux. “It having been represented to me that some of my Countrymen in London...
20 December 1803. “P the good Intent for Philadelphia I take the liberty to send you under care...
I have the honour to enclose for the perusal of the President of the United States an interesting...
Enclosed I beg leave to forwd. you an Invoice of two barrels of Nutts & two doz. of Liquers,...
I have the honor to transmit you herewith my return of Vessels that have entered and cleared at...
§ From William Lee. 29 April 1806, Bordeaux. “I have the honor to transmit you enclosed a letter...
I have the honor to transmit you herewith a return of Vessels that have entered and cleared at...
I have the honour to enclose a letter which I should have forwarded some time since had not an...
I have the honor to transmit you herewith a duplicate of my returns of American vessels which...