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Mr. Erskine has presented, by instructions from his Government, a communication of the late...
29 November 1802, Department of State, Washington. “I beg the favor of you to insert Mr....
I have left the inclosed open for your inspection and beg the favor of you to forward it by some...
I now return the letters to you from Mr. Purviance & Cambaceres, with an acknowledgment of those...
I inclose a copy of a letter from Messrs Levi Hollingsworth and Co. of Philada, in which they...
I have your two favors of the 11 & 15. instant. The letter inclosed in the first is returned, Mr....
Inclosed herewith is the Cypher you are to carry with you. I send it apart from the despatches,...
Having received from Mr. Merry, a communication of the notice given by his Government to the...
terms precarious, and merchants know not what articles will be admitted into the Islands from day...
Since the communications by the Revenge which sailed on monday last, nothing very material has...
In the month of September last, the French ship of War L’Impetueux of 74 guns, being disabled by...
Hoping that a post note on Norfolk will be cash in Richmond, I enclose one for $300, instead of...
Being advised that the Board of Commissioners under the 7th article of the British Treaty, when...
Under the same cover with this you will receive a letter for our Consul at St Petersburg...
I have not yet thanked you for the copy of your Message, which I find has attracted attention,...
I wrote you on the 8th. instant enclosing a pamphlet on the principle in question between this...
The condemnation of the cargo of the Olive Branch having been reversed, General Allen finds...
By Capt. Brewster, who, with his son and two Pilots, are about to proceed to England as Witnesses...
In the joint letter from you & Mr. P. of October a project on impressments is referred to which...
Your favor of came duly to hand, accompanied by the papers now returned, and by a note on the...
Your last letter bears date on the 12th. February. Those of 18 Octr. 11. 26 Novr. 11. 23 Decr. 28...
In my letter of the 22d. of April 1804 I referred you to a previous one to Mr. Gore, in which he...
There can be little doubt that the facts contained in the inclosed documents respecting the...
With this you will receive a duplicate of the dispatches taken with him by Mr. Pinkney who sailed...
Mr Hary Grant was some years ago appointed Consul for Leith; but it is understood that he has...
The reasonable and friendly views with which you have been instructed by the President to enter...
Your dispatch of the 11th. of Sepr. has been duly received. Altho’ the tenor of the discussions...
I commit to your care the inclosed letters & papers for Genl. Fayette which are left open for...
In the postscript of 18th. to my letter of the 15th of April, you were requested to suspend your...
I returned to this City on the 24th. The President arrived the day after. General Dearbourn was...