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I think I have a Right now to put you in mind of an old Debt which You owe me, and for which, as I do not desire You to Pay me whole, I will be Content to give you a Discharge in full, on Receipt of one Twentieth Part, and if you will write me a few lines to the Care of Mr. Carmichael, I will record it in place of all the letters I have Troubled you with since my Departure from France. The...
Since I wrote you from hence the 6th. of last month I have been much aflicted with the Rheumatism in my Loins, which confind me to my bed with pains great beyond Description. I am now free of them, and Shall leave this place in a few Days. Upon further reflection, I thought it best not to abandon the Idea of meeting Mr. Lamb, and therefore I wrote to him, at Port Mahon, that I would go to...
Inclosed is a letter for M. Jay Covering Copies of sundry letters to M. Lamb and of one to M. Carmichael. If you will take the Trouble of perusing them, you will see my situation and intentions as Clearly as I Do my self, and I shall, unless I am prevented by some unforeseen encident, have the pleasure of taking your Commands in person for America. Early I hope in July, I will be obliged to...
I Do my self the honor to Inclose you two Books of 82 pages Containing All my accounts respecting my missions to Morocco, by which you will see that the amount of the Expenses attending the Negotation Including the Presents and all the travelling Charges of M. Franks and my self amount to Livres 95179.10, which sum I shall place to the Debts of the United States. The Particulars of the...
This accompanies a Letter address’d to you and Mr. Jefferson on the subject of my Transactions at Morocco, having transmitted a Copy of it to Mr. Jefferson by Post, the Accounts which are too extensive to be sent that way will go by the first safe private Conveyance to Paris and from thence toyou—I shall take with me to America Duplicates of the whole, therefore you have only to let the papers...
I wrote to you the 28th. of May inclosing a letter which I received from the American prisoners at Algiers—with a Petition which they requested you would lay before the Senate, I now send you a Copy of that petition which came to my hands a few days ago— The Distracted state of the Empire of Morocco has hitherto prevented my passing to that Country, but it is probably that a short time will...