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With this I forward the supplementary Statement suggested in my letter of the 30th: Ulto., in...
I received by Genl. Armstrong the letter you have done me the favor to write in date of the 11th....
20 May 1803, Paris . Conceives the business of American claims against the French government and...
28 July 1804, Paris. “With a duplicate of my last letter to you, dated the 18th. Ulto., I have...
I was favored about the middle of June with your letter of the 4th. May, with a remittence, in a...
12 October 1801, Paris. Acknowledges receipt on 28 Sept. of JM’s 9 June letter with commission...
Tho’ justice may be forever denied me with respect to my interest, I owe it to the principles...
By my letter of the 12th. Inst. I had the honor of acknowledging receipt of my Commission to this...
Under cover of my last letter of the 14th. March I had the honor of inclosing to you two seperate...
I have the honor to forward herewith extracts from the judgments in the cases of two of the...
I think it my duty to inform you that a favorable Decree has been just obtained in the case of...
14 March 1802, Paris. Has not written to JM since Livingston’s arrival, having had nothing to...
Though I have not been honored with a s ingle line from you since my return from the United...
Since the date of my letter to you of the 7th. Ulto. containing a paragraph on the Subject of...
You have here a copy of my last Letter to you of the 13th. of Septemr. The Board, as I there...
In company with this I have the honor to send a copy of my letter to you of the 23d: Ulto., and...
On the 9th. of last month, Genl. Armstrong notified me of his having resumed the giving of...
5 March 1804, Paris. “Just at closing these dispatches I received from the Minister a letter...
Believing it useless for me, under present Circumstances, to renew my efforts with the Council of...
Since Mr. Livingston’s arrival at Paris, I have not had the honor of writing to you, having been...
I have the honor to enclose herewith Extracts taken by me at the Council of Prizes of the motives...
The Council of Liquidation having refused to liquidate several Claims committed to my charge, for...
16 November 1803, Paris. “To day I have been fortunate enough to have a long & very Satisfactory...
"In a letter just received by me from a very respectable and disinterested source (Messrs....
Annexed hereto is a copy of my letter to Genl. Armstrong, and also a copy of a letter from Mr....
It is my duty to inform you that among the papers (lately inve ntoried & deposited with a french...
I have the honor to transmit herewith a list of the vessels, as far as my information reaches,...
18 July 1804, Paris. “The inclosed copies of correspondence between our Minister & myself,...
To the Memorials referred to in my Letter of the 5th. of June, on the Subject of my claim against...
I was fortunate, the day of the departure of Doctr. Bullus from Paris, (the 30th. of last month)...
I have the honor to accompany this with copies of all the correspondence between Genl. Armstrong...
The President, by the time this reaches you, will have received from Mr. Livingston & Mr. Sumter...
I shall make no apology for addressing to you with this a paper which has lately been received by...
8 August 1802, Paris. “Mr. Dobell lately appointed by the President, to the Commercial Agency of...
On the 28th. Ulto. I had the honor of receiving your letter of the 9th. of June last accompanying...
7 April 1804, Paris. “Since closing my last Packet I have received from our Minister a Note, a...
With the approbation of Mr. Livingston I have taken on myself to appoint Mr. James Anderson of...
With this I have the honor to forward a list of American Vessels now depending for trial before...
It is my duty to inform you that among the papers, lately inventoried & deposited with a French...
From the first arrival of Mr. Livingston in Paris, I have been fully sensible, and am now as...
I accompany this Letter with Copies of the correspondence which has passed between Genl....
1 August 1802, Paris. “The foregoing being from a very respectable merchant of Philadelphia, and...
With this are official Copies of the citations rendered by the Council of Prizes, for the...
Owing to the great uncertainty in the conveyances at this time to the United States I send...
I beg you to excuse, my dear Sir, my writing to you personally on the subject of my Countrymens...
The papers accompanying this were left with me by Mr. Clarke, three days ago, on his departure...
Among the charges against me contained in a printed production, made up some time ago in this...
Annexed are copies of my two letters to General Armstrong on the subject of two American Ships,...
I have had the honor to receive your letter of the 19th. of Feby. acknowledging the receipt of my...
Mr. Nast, the china Manufacturer, has, at last executed the order which I gave him on my arrival...