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20 December 1803, New Orleans. “We have the satisfaction to announce to you, that the province of...
In our Letter of the 16th ultimo, we informed you that we have just then received Information, of...
30 March 1804, New Orleans. “Since our last of the 11 instant, a Duplicate of which is under...
Since our last of the 27. ulto. a Duplicate of which goes under Cover, the Spaniards have sent...
You will receive under cover herewith a duplicate of our last of the 7th current, also a copy of...
It is with singular Satisfaction, we announce to you the peaceful Transfer of the Province of...
Since our Letter of the 27. ulto but little Progress has been made in the Business of the...
Our Letter of the 20th Inst. informed you of the Delivery of Louisiana to the United States, and...
Since our last of the 14 current, of which a Duplicate was forwarded by the last Mail; the French...
The Orders from the French Commissioner, for the Delivery of the Posts at Natchitoches and those...
No alteration has taken place since our last, of which you have a duplicate under cover,...
Understanding from the public prints, that you are at Monticello, we avail ourselves of the...
I have the Honor to inclose you a duplicate of my Letter of the 13th. Inst., transmitted by the...
You will find under cover the Report I have promised, and I flatter myself you will not condemn...
Burr had a contract with ______ of Pittsburgh, or a company with which he was concerned, for...
In a case which excites the sharpest self-reproach & exposes me to severe reprehension, I venture...
In my last of the 24th. Ultmo. of which you have a duplicate under cover, I fear I intruded on...
It has been imputed to me that pending the Agitations in the Western Country, occasion’d by Mr....
In the Hope Burr may have reached the City of Washington, I think proper to transmit you the...
I tresspass this Note on your Time, to inform you that I have strong expectations I shall be able...
I last Evening had the Honor to receive your Letter of the 3rd. Ultmo., & rejoice at M: Briggs’s...
Whatever may be the general impropriety, I pursuade myself that on a Subject irrelative to my...
I transmit this by a Vessel bound to Baltimore, to cover a duplicate of my letter of the 26th....
Although you can have no motive for desiring to extend the circle of your acquaintance, yet I am...
I regret that Indisposition should have prevented the earlier acknowledgment of your obliging...
I have received your Testimonials in favor of Mr. Ellery & Mr. Alexander, which flatter my pride...
Capt. Stille late of the army—declares that speaking to Mr. Granger in Baltimore Concerning his...
The enclosed papers will explain to you the motives of this address—I deemed it improper to say...
presuming that a sample of the Waters of the Mississippi & Arkansaw Rivers, remarkable for their...
The remote position of General Dearborn from you, induces me to transmit directly for your...