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6 June 1802, Department of State. Introduces the bearer, Captain Johnson, who goes to Paris to...
I am favor’d with your Letter of the 4 December accompanying one from Mr Morris. I have...
After the Preliminaries had been settled and ratified, the Spanish Embassador informed me that...
I have been favored with yours of the 25th of Feby. in answer to mine on the subject of the...
Your favor of the 2d came to Hand by the last post. Before this Time, you will have seen the...
It gives me great pleasure to have it in my power to inform you, that Sir Guy Carleton has...
Your Letter of the 16th Inst., I received to day. Tho I am & shall always be happy in your...
LS : New-York Historical Society I have just received your No 11. dated the 22d. of May. This...
I have to acknowledge, & thank you for your favor of the 16th which covered a Letter from the...
Altho’ I have been very tardy in acknowledging your favors of Jany. 17 & 24th. and the very...
The inclosed extract of a letter from Mr. Lear to Le Clerc the General in Chief at St. Domingo...
However great the merits of the Marqs de la Fayette may be. however important his Services to...
The disagreeable events which have taken place in the Pensyla and Jersey lines—the general...
My letter of the 4th. with a P.S. of the 8th. being delivered to the Captain of the vessel, the...
While the Qr Master is endeavouring to furnish the bearer (who is said to be charged with...
Two LS , press copies of each LS , and transcript: National Archives I have just received your...
ALS and transcript: National Archives I but this moment hear of this Opportunity, by which I can...
27 January 1802, Department of State. At the request of Senator Sheafe of New Hampshire, provides...
I hope my Letter to you of the 18 th September, of which I also sent a Duplicate, has come safe...
Accept my Thanks for your very friendly Letter— It recalled to my Mind many Circumstances on...
LS and transcript: National Archives Sundry Circumstances occurring since mine of the 5th & 14th....
It cannot in my opinion be long before Congress will think it expedient to name a minister to the...
Your Letters express a Desire that I Should endeavour to form an Acquaintance with the...
The enclosed N o. 121 of the Politique Hollandais, having translated a few Sentences of mine, and...
Having recieved from mr Short and others a very strong recommendation of M. Pougens a bookseller...
I have the honor to inclose a copy of the memorial of Jeremiah Lawrence and others, complaining...
On the 28 th. of this Month I rec d the Letter you did me the Honour to write me on the 13. of...
My Letters from S t . Pierre a few Days ago will inform you of the Misfortunes that drove us...
The case of Mr William Lewis, whose vessel was carried into Tobago by a French Cruizer, as stated...
I have duly recd yours of the 8th. and will pay to it the attention you wish. We expect an...