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20 March 1805, Leghorn . “In a letter which I receiv’d a few days since from a friend at Malta in...
15 January 1802, Leghorn. Encloses a list of American vessels in port during the past year [not...
If an unusual length of time has elaps’d since my last respects, it has arisen from some...
The unhappy situation to which the ships of the UStates are exposed in these seas, has put a stop...
22 March 1809, Leghorn. The American consul encloses correspondence with Armstrong in Paris...
I have now the honor to inclose you my account of disbursements to distressed American seamen...
I have now the honor of inclosing you several letters I have been Requested to forward. A few...
20 February 1802, Leghorn. Wrote last on 15 Jan. enclosing list of U.S. shipping and account of...
5 March 1801, Leghorn. Encloses copy of Cathcart’s 3 Jan. circular letter, received on 3 Feb. Has...
10 July 1802, Leghorn. Reports that on 8 July he was informed by the Danish consul of the arrival...
4 June 1803, Leghorn . Encloses a duplicate of his letter of 29 May . Reports movement of a...
§ From Thomas Appleton. 27 February 1806, Leghorn. “I have now the honor to forward you the list...
Since my last respects no event of moment has occurred, worthy of remarking to you. The political...
28 September 1801, Leghorn. Fears his dispatch of 9 July may have been lost in a postal robbery...
I had the honor of addressing you on the 9th: inst. by Come. Campbell in the U: S: Ship the...
Since the ratification of peace between France, Russia & Prussia, a calm has succeeded, almost...
8 July 1803, Leghorn . Encloses his “account of disbursements to distressed American seamen...
13 April 1804, Leghorn. “At the moment of the departure of a Vessel for the U:States, there has...
Since my respects of the 29th. of May, and of which you have now inclosed a duplicate, little...
29 August 1803, Leghorn . Wrote in his last letter about “the situation of our commerce with this...
10 August 1801, Leghorn. Sent previous dispatch of 9 July by way of Paris, covering dispatches...
By the brig Thomas Jefferson which will Convey this you will likewise receive my letter in date...
8 September 1802, Leghorn. “The unhappy situation to which the ships of the UStates are exposed...
My last respects were in date of the 17th of December, conveying to you at the same time Copy of...
7 December 1802, Leghorn. Transmits several letters he was asked to forward. Four American seamen...
As the Brig Neptune is just sailing for N. York, I avail msyelf of this conveyance to inform you...
23 May 1803, Leghorn . Encloses a duplicate list of American ships that arrived during 1802. The...
In my respects of the 25th. of September and 6th. instant by duplicates, I related to you all...
I had the honor of writing you on the 25th. and 26th. of November, and also on the 2nd. and 8th....
12 December 1801, Leghorn. Lack of a conveyance to the U.S. has prevented him from writing for...