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I beg leave to communicate through you the inclosed answer to the Representation which came to me under cover from you, & to add the assurances of my respect. MH .
I have taken the liberty to address to your Care, one Hogshead, three Boxes & two Cases directed “to the President of the United States,” and which were this day put on Board the Ship Comet, (Captain McNeil) bound for Baltimore.—The Hogshead & Boxes contain Curiosities which were collected by Captain Lewis in his Voyage up the Missourie; In one Cage , is a living animal, cal’ld the Wild Dog of...
A Certain Mr. John B Arnaut, or (Ernett) who lately resided near Amboy in N. Jersey, has made very flattering offers to Mr. A.B. to accompany him down the Mississippi to Join Col Burr, who is now in the Orleans Territory, engaged in endeavours to carry on his expeditions and plans, which are now the same as heretofore. No immediate attempt will be made. It is now wished as heretofore to engage...
I have recd. your letter and communications of the 20th. Ult: with your subsequent one of , and thank you for them. We have received from time to time much information on the subject of the abuses in the British V. Admiralty Courts; but the particulars which you have authenticated, are important corroborations of our title to redress. I ought in justice to the Agent of the U. S. at Antigua, to...
Will you be so good as to say whether the affidavits referred to in the inclosed be in your hands or recollected by you to have recd. by the Ex: and in the first case to forward them to me. Be so good also as to return the letter of Mr. W. Catalog--Batchelder.
The Book of Reports for Mr. Creighton was sent to the office to be put up for the Mail; but by mistake, was allotted to our own shelves. The mistake is corrected in consequence of your letter of May 30 just recd. and with this the Book is addressed to you. I am Sir very respectfully Yr. Obed. servt NNC .
it would be if made. we must be convinced, as well as the people of in general, that the convention taken all together is highly advantageous to the Country; Let then a thinking and impartial Man Compare the Situation of the united States on the 4 of March 1797 when the President assumed the office of their first executive magistrate with their Situation on the Same day 1801, when those...