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Next to the pleasure of paying my respects to the President, & seeing my friends, my object in...
At Philadelphia Mr: Latrobe and Mr: Rosevelt shewed me proposals that they were about submitting...
Since leaving Washington I have maturly reflected on the principles adopted by the President on...
I write to you in haste from the post Office where I have this moment recd your favor of the 4th....
On the rect of your favor of the 4th. I broke up my family & came to this place where I am...
Some fatality seems to attend my geting away. After waiting impatiently for my dispatches in this...
9 October 1801, New York. In accordance with his letter of “yesterday & this day,” has drawn on...
10 October 1801, New York. Reports Boston “got off the rocks last night” undamaged and will be...
I have just now landed here after a verry boisterous passage, ’tho Havre would been more...
I arrived this evening from L’Orient at this place, I have yet seen nobody here from whom I could...
I arrived here after a fatiguing journey, of near four hundred miles, on the evening of the 3d....
In addition to what I wrote you yesterday I have only to mention that I am more & more confirmed...
I have so lat[e]ly written to you that I have little to add but what is contained in my letters...
My former letters left you little doubt on the subject of the cession of Louisiana, by the...
Since my last of the 13th. inst, a duplicate of which has been forwarded, nothing extraordinary...
I have just sent my Letters by a private hand to Havre. This may overtake them & inform you that...
Nothing extraordinary has occurred since my last. The definitive treaty is not yet signed. It is...
I have written to you by the way of havre & by that conveyance you will receive packets &c. but...
I yesterday recieved the duplicate and triplicate of your letter of the 19th. december last the...
After closing my packet I recd the note of which the within is a copy. It amounts to nothing, but...
I have nothing to add to the letters just sent you by the way of Baltimore but the enclosed note...
The vessel not going so soon as was expected gives me an opportunity of informing you that the...
I send with this duplicates of my two last letters & the notes that have since passed between me...
I am just informed by a letter from Mr. Curwen at Antwerp that he has brought despatches for me...
Since my letter of this morning I have recieved farther information on the subjects there hinted...
I have only to add to my last that as I conjectured the Consul has rejected the continuance of...
I have just been favoured with yours of the 16h of March the letters that I have heretofore sent...
Since my last I have acquired information which I can depend on relative to the intentions of...
Enclosed is the answer of the Spanish ambassadour to my letter a copy of which was forwarded on...
The letter from Genl Le Clerk which you will find in the Moniteur having excited some emotition [...