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I wrote you the 31st. last & 1st. Inst, since which I have received the inclosed list of articles...
8 August 1803, Norfolk . Informs JM that “Hudson impressed by Capt. Douglas, of the British...
I received the inclosed last night. A Brittish line of battle ship Commanded by Sir Thomas Hardy...
The above is a Copy of a report made by Capt. Vickery, of the conduct of Capt. Stopford of the...
Inclosed is mrs Bonneville’s order on Mr. Thomas Paine, which I have no doubt will be paid I will...
29 November 1803, Washington. Introduces “Mr. George Lynham, a Merchant of Norfolk.” “This...
I recd. yr. letters of the 7th. & 9th. instant Wm. Milfield I believe is incorrect in his...
I Received yr favor, the wine shall be sent as you desire, of the same Cargo. I have just arived...
The Impeteaux a French 74 gun ship Was drove on shore, near Currituck Inlet, & burnt, by the...
Inclosed is Capt. Douglas letter to the Brittish Consul in consequence of my requesting the...
I received yr. communication respectg. the equipment of two Schrs. as privateers at Hampton. I...
I have this day sold 12 bars. of the rice agreeable to yr. directions and obtaind five dollars &...
Yesterday I am informd the Brittish Ship of War Cambrian anchord in Hampton Road. She was one of...
1 July 1801, Norfolk. Conveys box of the “best cegars” from Captain Dutton; “they are of the best...
The inclosed I have just received & forward for your Consideration. It appears that Capt....
One of the vessels you mentioned as equipping to Cruise against the Brittish trade, has left...
The enclosed is the only letter for Mr. Erskine the British Minister; what other dispatches...
I wrote you last mail that I had heard Capt. Douglas of the Brittish ship of war Belona had...
§ From Thomas Newton. 27 May 1806, Norfolk. “Herwith I send you a copy of a letter I recieved...
The Brittish Ship of War Chichester of 44 guns Edwd. Stopford Commander arrived in Hampton road...
§ From Thomas Newton. 4 September 1805, Norfolk . “I have made inquiry after Mr Jas McHenry in...
So much of the Presidents message as relates to our Maritime rights, and to impositions on and...
§ From Thomas Newton. 26 May 1806, Norfolk. “Inclosed are several letters received from on board...
Your letters by the last post I received this moment (11 O’Clock) & made immediate inquiry for a...
The Collector for this port having as I have heard, determind to resign his office; from the many...
Admiral Sir R Strachan is arived in Ly’nhaven Bay in the Cæsar of 84 guns with the Triumph of 74...
The French frigate L Cybele has come into this harbour to refit. The Capt. Officers & Crew have...
19 July 1802, Norfolk. “The wines & Brandy lie ready for an opty. to Fredricksbg. & will be...
The Schooner Tartar belonging to Chas & Joseph Cooper of Hampton is now here being one of the...
I Received your Certificates respecting Streatland the impressed Seaman on board The Albion Capt...