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I arrived in this city on the 29th. ulto, and found here M[e]ssrs Livingston and Munroe; the one,...
The delay in our sailing, which, under various pretences, has been kept up from the 15th. ’till...
Enclosed is my account with the United States, for the six months which have elapsed since my...
I have had the honor of receiving your letters of the 23d. of May and 6th. of June and shall...
I wrote a few lines to you on the 14th. instant by the Jane (a small vessel bound to Boston)...
My last letter was dated on the 22d. of December. In that I stated the opening of a new...
Having occasion for five hundred dollars more than the amount of your late draft on the Treasury...
The object of this letter, is to communicate some facts which I did not know, or which had not...
All the points in controversy between His Catholic Majesty and the United States were submitted...
I have nothing new to communicate on the subject of my letter by Mr Cabell. General Turreau’s...
I enclose copies of two late letters written to Mr. Monroe. They will shew the State of the...
Europe is on the eve of a war, which, from present appearances, will leave no power in it a mere...
It is painful to me to state the following facts, but it is necessary they should be stated. On...
The only step yet taken, on the reference mentioned in my last letter, is to suspend all decision...
Having been informed that letters and news-papers had been received here from the United States,...
Since the date of my letter by Mr Skipwith I have become acquainted with some circumstances which...
Having this moment heard that the Jane is about to sail for Boston early to:morrow, I avail...
Since the date of my last dispatch I have been so much indisposed as to be quite ⟨un⟩;able to...
On my arrival here with my family a few days past I had the honor of receiving your letters of...
A few days after the date of my last letter (the 12 Nov) I was admitted to a private audience of...
§ From John Armstrong. 14 September 1805, Paris . “In making up my dispatch by Mr. Skipwith, I...
I arrived in this city two days ago and have taken a passage in a ship destined to Nantz, which...
I had the honor, within the last week, of receiving your letter of the 25th. of August—expressing...
I yesterday had the honor of receiving your letter of the 27th. Ult. and after giving to the...
The note of which the annexed paper (Number 1) is a copy was put into by direction of Mr....
You will see by an article in the enclosed paper that the Emperor (Napoleon) has begun the war by...
Since the date of my letter of the 14th. of February, I have made a communication to the...
Before the receit of your letter of the 5th. of March, I had drawn a few Bills which were made...