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I received from Mr. Canning Yesterday, after Lieut. Gibbon had left Town for Plymouth, an...
An American Citizen named William Worthington and several American Seamen were lately taken by a...
I had the Honor to receive two Days ago, your Letter of the 3d. of May, with its Enclosures,...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 22d. of March, and, the packets...
I have the Honor to acknowledge the Receipt of Your Letter of the 18th. of August with its...
I enclose a Newspaper of this Morning, containing a Report of the first Debate in the House of...
Mr. Canning had just sent me a note, of which a copy is enclosed, relative to an intended...
I have the Honor to enclose an Extract of a Note which I have just received fro m a Merchant in...
The letter herewith enclosed was found on Board a Vessel lately brought into a British Port as...
Upon comparing the Copy of the order in Council of the 21st. instant, as delivered to me by Mr....
I intended to have forwarded by this opportunity (via Liverpool) a Duplicate of my p rivate...
I saw Mr. Canning this Morning, and, taking for granted (as the Fact was), that he was apprized...
I have received a Letter of which a Copy is enclosed from Mr. Thomas Goodchild, of the Island of...
I send you enclosed a Duplicate of my public Letter of the 2d. Instant, and by the same...
I have the Honor to enclose a Duplicate of my private Letter by Dr. Bullus, to which I beg leave...
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...
The Case to which the enclosed papers relate may perhaps be thought to require the Interposition...
Mr. Monroe will doubtless sufficiently explain the Subject of this Letter; but it seems...
I have the Honor to transmit a Duplicate of my Letter of the 17th., enclosing a Copy of the...
I have the Honor to acknowledge the Receipt of your Letter of the 4th. of April by Mr Bethune,...
I beg you to have the goodness to co mmunicate to the President the e nclosed Copy of a Letter to...
Mr. John Lloyd Halsey, who is about to return to the U. S. and will be the Bearer of my...
The St. Michael arrived at Falmouth on Thursday the 14th. of last Month, after a Passage of eight...
I have the Honor to transmit enclosed a Communication which General Lyman has made to me relative...
An Opportunity offers of sending P ackets of Newspapers to Falmouth; but I have no Time (as the...
I have the Honor to send herewith enclosed Duplicates of my Dispatches of the 23d. & 30th. of...
I received yesterday, after I had finished my public Dispatch, a Letter from Mr. Otto, who went...
I omitted to mention in my late Letters, that at my second Interview with Mr. Canning he...
I have the Honor to enclose a Copy of a Note from Mr. Canning, notifying th e Blockade of...
I take the Liberty to trouble you with a personal Concern, which I ought perhaps to have...
I had the pleasure on the 9th. Instant to receive by the B. Packet your public Letter of the 5th....
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 an En glish Newspaper containing a Copy of the additional orders of...
As Mr. Bethune leaves Town in a few Ho urs, I have only Time to write a short Le tter, in...
Genl. Lyman has just sent me the Enclosed Report upon a Case to which I had requested his...
I have it from several Quarters that the Austrian Messenger, who arrived here more than a Week...
The Union arrived at Plymouth on the 15th. Instant. She has met with some rough Treatment at Sea...
I hasten to transmit to you, by an opportunity which will not allow me to do more, the Supplement...
Mr. Rose has sent me your private Letter of the 21. of March, for which I am greatly indebted to...
I have the Honour to send enclosed a co py of a Letter received last Night, from M r. Canning, in...
I have the Honor to enclose a pr inted Collection of the British Notifications , Or ders &...
I have the Honor to enclose a Copy of Mr. Percival’s Bill for carrying the late Orders of Council...
The Osage arrived at Falmouth on the 30th. of last Month, after a Passage of four Days from...
Nothing of any Moment has occurred here since my last. The Bill for carrying into Execution the...
I have just received your private Letter of the 21st. or 24th. (I know not which) of October. It...
§ From William Pinkney. 18 May 1806, Baltimore. “I have had the Honor to receive the public...
Lieut. Lewis left Town yesterday for Falmouth; but, an opportunity presenting itself of sending...
I have the pleasure to send you, at the same Time with this Letter, a packet of Newspapers, a...
I have received the Paper sent to me from the Department of State in the Case of the Little...