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Resolved, That from and after the 1 day of June next, the Act laying an Embargo in the Ports and...
Among the papers shewn to you by our , relating to the capture, at Ma do , of the Schooner Sophy,...
I Called this day on Genl. Turreau. He Said that he had already Signed the Passport for the Ship...
Inclosed I Send you a Copy of a letter from the Capt. of a Ship belonging to Balte. from which it...
I do myself the honor to hand you a letter from Boston, inclosing a Copy of a detailed Account of...
The American Intercourse Law X appears by Debates in Parliament to have Some Consequence attached...
The inclosed letters I take leave to Submit to your View from Mr. Isaac. M. Heiligger with whom I...
In answer to your letter of 12th. Inst. I take leave to submit the following observations on the...
I am honored with your letter covering copies of the 3d: 4th: 5: & 6 articles of the treaty...
From the British papers and a Philada. federal paper (emanating I presume from Mr. C.) we are at...
I do myself the honor to present to you Doctr. Davizeau, a Native of France who married & has...
The inclosed extract of a Letter (also from Mackenzie & Glennie) differs from that to Mr Taylor...
25 May 1805, Baltimore. “My friends Mr. Barclay & Mr. Davis will perhaps Spend a Day or two at...
I have the honor to address you on a subject highly interesting to the Commerce and Agriculture...
2 March 1805 . “The inclosed proposition of a law was shewn by me to a number of our friends, who...
27 October 1804, Baltimore. “I do myself the Honor to inclose you a letter received by me from...
21 May 1804, Baltimore. “The extreme Distress of Mind felt by the President has I presume...
From Capt. Rogers I have understood that It is the Intention of Government to send, Armed...
Mr. Venable & myself had determined to wait on you, During the last Session to Call to your...
23 April 1804, Baltimore. “The Marshal (Reuben Etting) for the District of Maryland having...
6 April 1803, Baltimore. Informs JM that the packet for Erving will be forwarded on Sunday in the...
1 April 1803, Baltimore. A State Department packet directed to Bird, Savage, and Bird came to the...
In looking Over some Old Papers I have luckily found Mr. Dawson’s Order (which I now inclose) for...
I have recieved your two letters. I wish It Could be managed So as to Stop whatever may be due,...
I had observed that Pichon meant to be a little troublesome, Genl. Dearborne tells me he has...
Mr. Patterson, who applies for the Consulat⟨e⟩ at Nantz, is the son of the former Collector...
12 July 1801, Baltimore. Presents Mr. O’Mealy, whom Smith has mentioned as possible commercial...
Mr. John Dumeste, born in France was in this Country previous to the Revolution, married in this...
Capt. Harding delivered me your letter. I fear I Can render him little service. The Inclosed...
I think It was determined to displace the present Marshall of Maryland Mr. Hopkins & Appoint...