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I have the Honor to acknowledge the Receipt of your Letter of the 4th. of April by Mr Bethune,...
We have the Honor to transmit herewith enclosed a Copy of a List lately prepared by us of the...
Mr. John Lloyd Halsey, who is about to return to the U. S. and will be the Bearer of my...
An Opportunity offers of sending P ackets of Newspapers to Falmouth; but I have no Time (as the...
I omitted to mention in my late Letters, that at my second Interview with Mr. Canning he...
I take the Liberty to trouble you with a personal Concern, which I ought perhaps to have...
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...
I have it from several Quarters that the Austrian Messenger, who arrived here more than a Week...
I hasten to transmit to you, by an opportunity which will not allow me to do more, the Supplement...
I have the Honour to send enclosed a co py of a Letter received last Night, from M r. Canning, in...
The Osage arrived at Falmouth on the 30th. of last Month, after a Passage of four Days from...
§ 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 received the Paper sent to me from the Department of State in the Case of the Little...
I have had the Honor to receive, through Mr. Wagner, a confidential Explanation of your Views on...
I have thought it my duty to send Mr. Canning a copy of a letter received from the American...
§ From William Pinkney. 24 April 1806, Baltimore. “I have just had the Honor to receive your...
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 the honor to receive this morning your letter of the 23d. of last month, enclosing a copy...
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 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....
I have an opportunity by Mr. Bethu ne, who leaves Town Tomorrow, for Falmouth, to e mbark for the...
I am not able to judge whether my Reply to Mr. Canning’s Letter (enclosed in my public Dispatch)...