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4 March 1802, Leghorn. No. 2. Has learned that the U.S. ship George Washington , which arrived 31...
4 March 1802, Nantucket. “We the Subscribers being owners of the ship Minerva Sailed from this...
On the 31st. of Jany. the United States Ship Washington arrived here from Tunis and Naples &...
My appointment to this Government, (& if I am not greatly deceived, my conduct since my arrival,)...
Aussitôt la reception de votre lettre j’ai mis à part pour vous la chimie de Chaptal en 3. V.:...
This recommendation appears unexceptionable—Mr Macon says that there is no one in that part of...
When I had your watch before to rectify, although I saw a fault in it at that time, as it was in...
Commodore Dale while at Toulon having informed me that he might have occasion to draw upon...
5 March 1802, Leghorn. No. 3. States that “during Mr. Eaton’s delay at Leghorn he inform’d me...
5 March 1802, Aux Cayes. Received news of the arrival of twenty-five to thirty thousand French...
During Mr. Eaton’s delay at Leghorn he inform’d me that no consideration on earth could have...
Without doubt you have learnt from the north part of this island, the arrival of about twenty...
I have been looking into the case which is the subject of Majr. Foreman’s letter from St. Mary’s...
Governor Clinton by his letter of the 20th. ultimo, requests that a Commissioner on the part of...
I wrote you formerly my Opinion, of there being a propriety, of attending to ameliorate, the...
This is meant merely as a private suggestion to hasten the proceedings of the committee on Indian...
I recieved my watch by Doctr. Logan, sealed up as you had delivered her. but on winding up the...
6 March 1802 , “ Near Natchez. ” Refers to his letter of 5 Feb. advising JM of his request to...
6 March 1802, London. No. 6. Reports the proceedings of the Board of Commissioners under article...
6 March 1802, London. Private No. 8. Has reported in an accompanying letter “all that has passed...
I think it my duty to make you particularly acquainted with the proceedings of the Commissioners...
Nous vous prions d’accueillir favorablement Lhommage de L’Apothéose de Washington , que nous...
I communicate to you early a plan I have formed for the more profitable employment of my Slaves,...
For the information of the President A. Thomas, in the absence of the Secretary of the Navy, has...
The inclosed letter for Mr. Hawkins, I beg the favor of you to direct and forward. tis to be sure...
I am very happy to find that two of you can write . I shall now expect that whenever it is...
7 March 1802. Sends a report of the secretary of the treasury on the claim of [Paul] Coulon, a...
Should there be any Vacancy by Death, Resignation or otherwise of any of the Secretaries to any...
It is most probable W Hobby is the author of the piece , he lives at that place and is supposed...
I ask the favor of you to deliver the inclosed letters to the President of the Council & Speaker...
I now return your remarks on Jefferson and Buffon. If I had your permission I would communicate...
Richard has just brought me your note and I am very happy to hear you are all well. Betsys Mother...
The mountains have vanished, and the ground is again bare in most places. the roads are excessive...
We feel, my dear Sir the Want of your Society on sundays and hope the Weather and Roads will soon...
Having been lately a good deal out of health, & the Chief Clerk confined by the same cause for...
I am very sorry for the information which you came on the last Evening relative to Skipwith’s...
Since my last respecting mr. Skipwith’s claim to reimbursement of the money advanc’d by him to...
The system of the administration generally, but especially that part of it which respects the...
8 March 1802, London. No. 56. Reports that Austria is “highly dissatisfied, as justly she may be,...
I beg Leave to enclose you a Petition from John D: Thompson of Cecil County, who it appears has...
Not having any personal acquaintance with thee, it is with extreme reluctance I thus address the...
As your Letters to me concerning Mr. Ervings appointments do not explicitly state the Presidents...
9 March 1802, London. Informs JM that Rufus King “has addressed to the Board an official...
Edward Croft of S. Carolina Commissioner of the first division in the State of South Carolina for...
The Governor of New York has desired that in addition to the negociations with certain Indians...
I have the honor to request your signature to the enclosed warrants for— Daniel Eldridge Sailing...
I do myself the Honor to return you Mr. Coxe’s Opinions —there are some Ideas, that I think...
I duly recd. your two kind letters of the 11 & 16. Ult: the former by the mail, the latter by...
10 March 1802, Department of State, Washington. “Your Letters of the 13th. January and 8th....
10 March 1802, London. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s 1 Jan. letter in answer to his of 12 Oct....