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I have the Honor to acknowledge the Receipt of your Letter of the 4th. of April by Mr Bethune,...
An Opportunity offers of sending P ackets of Newspapers to Falmouth; but I have no Time (as the...
Lieut. Lewis left Town yesterday for Falmouth; but, an opportunity presenting itself of sending...
Genl. Lyman has just sent me the Enclosed Report upon a Case to which I had requested his...
I received yesterday, after I had finished my public Dispatch, a Letter from Mr. Otto, who went...
I had a Conversation with Mr. Canning on Fri day last, in Consequence of the Arrival of the...
The Osage arrived at Falmouth on the 30th. of last Month, after a Passage of four Days from...
I will trespass on you for a few moments only, for I have very little to say, and that little...
I saw Mr. Canning this Morning, and, taking for granted (as the Fact was), that he was apprized...
I have the honor to inform you that I have t his day had an audience of the King and presented m...
I intended to have forwarded by this opportunity (via Liverpool) a Duplicate of my p rivate...
Mr. Rose has sent me your private Letter of the 21. of March, for which I am greatly indebted to...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 22d. of March, and, the packets...
The letter herewith enclosed was found on Board a Vessel lately brought into a British Port as...
The Gentleman who takes my Letters (to go by the Science) not having yet left Town, I have an...
I have the Honor to enclose a Triplicate of my Letter of the 23d. of Feby. & a Duplicate of my...
I enclose a Copy of the Bill, as it has passed the Commons, for carrying into Execution the...
I have thought it my duty to send Mr. Canning a copy of a letter received from the American...
Nothing of any Moment has occurred here since my last. The Bill for carrying into Execution the...
Mr. Canning had just sent me a note, of which a copy is enclosed, relative to an intended...
I have the Honor to enclose a Copy of Mr. Percival’s Bill for carrying the late Orders of Council...
I send you enclosed a Duplicate of my public Letter of the 2d. Instant, and by the same...
I send you enclosed a List of the Exportation Duties proposed in the Ho use of Commons by the...
I enclose a Newspaper of this Morning, containing a Report of the first Debate in the House of...
I had an interview this morning with Mr. Canning at his own request. One object of the interview...
I had the honor to receive this morning your letter of the 23d. of last month, enclosing a copy...
I have the Honour to transmit Copies of two Communications lately made to me by Mr. Canning,...
I send you herewith a parcel of Newspapers to which I refer you for the Debates in Parliament and...
The Letters herewith enclosed, marked in red Ink No. 2. 3. 31. 32. 34. 35. & 36, were found on...
I have it from several Quarters that the Austrian Messenger, who arrived here more than a Week...