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I dined at Mr. Canning’s, with the Corps diplomatique, on the 18th. (the Day appointed for the...
I have already had the Honor to suggest, in o ne of my private Letters, that I have not thought i...
I have the Honor to enclose a Triplicate of my Letter of the 23d. of Feby. & a Duplicate of my...
I will trespass on you for a few moments only, for I have very little to say, and that little...
I had yesterday a short interview with Mr. Alopeus, the Russian Minister, who is about to leave...
I have the Honour to transmit Copies of two Communications lately made to me by Mr. Canning,...
I intended to have enclosed in my private Letter of the 7th. by Mr. Bethune, who left Town on the...
I had the honor to receive this morning your letter of the 23d. of last month, enclosing a copy...
I had an interview this morning with Mr. Canning at his own request. One object of the interview...
I enclose a Copy of the Bill, as it has passed the Commons, for carrying into Execution the...
I have the Honour to send enclosed a Copy of my Reply to Mr. Canning’s Letter to me of the 22d....
I had a Conversation with Mr. Canning on Fri day last, in Consequence of the Arrival of the...
I have the Honor to enclose an English Newspaper containing the Fre nch Decree of Decr. 17. at...
I am now enabled to ha nd to you a Copy of Mr. Canning’s Answer, receiv ed last night, to my Note...
I send you enclosed a List of the Exportation Duties proposed in the Ho use of Commons by the...
Mr. Canning has not yet replied to my Note. They tell me at Downing Street, where I called this...
I have this Moment recd., by Lieut. Gibbon, your official Letter of Sepr. 9th. & your private...
I had the Honor to write you a short Letter by Mr. Temple Bowdoin, dated, I think, on the 29th....