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1 August 1801, Lisbon. Encloses report [not found] on American trade with Portugal from 1 Jan. to...
I had the honor to write you by the Ship Thomas Chalkeley which sailed yesterday for Philadelphia...
10 June 1801, Lisbon. Reports that presence in Lisbon of ten thousand Gallican laborers requiring...
Since the last I had the honor of writing you nothing has transpired here on which dependance can...
11 June 1801, Lisbon. Announces retreat of Portuguese forces and preparation of strong Spanish...
27 June 1801, Lisbon. Reports peace has been announced in Madrid, and hostilities have ceased...
7 June 1801, Lisbon. Transmits copies of his letters of 20 and 22 Apr. , as well as nine numbered...
23 September 1801, Lisbon. Has just received the enclosed letter from Portuguese minister of...
I embrace this conveyance the Ship Perseverance Captn. Coggeshall bound to New York (on board...
10 February 1802, Lisbon. Transmits copies of his dispatches of 2 Feb. and an original letter...
7 July 1801, Lisbon. Announces arrival the day before of Sarmento, Pinto’s first secretary. Pinto...
The preceeding is copy of what I had the honor to write you the 20th. & 22nd. April. I have now...
I have the honor to enclose 3 Documents N 1. 2. 3. consistg. of my Correspondence with this...
The Brig Neptune being detained longer than expected (by which have already had the honor of...
19 October 1801, Lisbon. Reports that a British frigate arrived the previous day with “the...
Herewith I transmit a parcell containg the state of trade with this Kingdom for the Ports of...
I have the honor to enclose a petition made in the Name of the Captains of eight American vessels...
183. 769. 790. 394. 1410. 769. 1338. 771. 1054. 153 Notwithstanding the rigour of the Decree No....
2 February 1802, Lisbon. Encloses copy of his correspondence with Don Rodrigo on the subject of...
8 August 1801, Lisbon. Encloses copy of peace treaty between Spain and Portugal concluded at...
The Schooner Industry of Boston, Sylvanus Snow Master, bound to Baltimore by which I intend...
9 October 1801, Lisbon. Appends a copy of a circular from the U.S. consul at Leghorn forwarded by...
22 April 1801, Lisbon. Transmits this with preceding letter by the brig Schuylkill for Norfolk....
2 February 1802, Lisbon. Encloses three documents—his correspondence with Portuguese government...
14 April 1802, Lisbon. “I embrace this conveyance the Ship Perseverance … bound to New York (on...
The Brig Schuylkill bound to Norfolk, Virginia gives me an opportunity of transmitting the...
My last was by the Neptune Captn: Coleman bound to Alexandria handing you the answer of...
The preceeding is copy of what I had the honor to address you the 5th. Inst. An Armistice is said...
It is now most creditably assured that Peace has taken Place between this Country Spain & France....
The enclosed copy of a letter from Mr. Charles Fredk. Knise, our deputy Consul at Faro, will...
5 February 1802, Lisbon. Encloses petition “made in the Name of the Captains of eight American...
10 June 1801, Lisbon. Transmits copies of his 7 June letter and enclosures. Encloses copy of...
I had the honor to write you last by the Neptune Coleman Master bound to Alexandria and Schooner...
Inclosed is a copy of the articles of the Treaty of Peace co ncluded at Badajoz the 6th. of June...
I had the honor to write you 6th. Ultimo since which nothing has transpired with respect to the...
5 July 1801, Lisbon. Has no certain news since last dispatch. Anticipates determination of fate...
24 October 1801, Lisbon. Reports that peace has slowed the sale of American produce,...
4 October 1801, Lisbon. Delay in departure of brig Neptune gives him the opportunity to announce...
12 June 1801, Lisbon. Reports peace between Portugal, Spain, and France to be publicly announced...
The foregoing is copy of what I had the honor to write you the 15 Instant I received this morning...
27 March 1801, Lisbon. Acknowledges receipt of State Department letters of 13 Sept. and 21...
I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your very much respected favors of the 13 September &...
5 August 1801, Lisbon. Encloses a letter received by last post from consul at Tripoli announcing...
20 April 1801, Lisbon. Encloses statements on three American ships captured and taken into...
6 August 1801, Lisbon. Relays a report given out at the palace that peace is concluded between...
I have the honor to enclose my dispatch to His Excellcy. Dn. Rodrigo & his answer on the subject...
10 February 1802, Lisbon. Encloses a copy of a letter from Charles Frederick Knise, U.S. deputy...
I had the honor to write you the 2nd. Febry by the Ship Strafford bound to Philadelphia also the...
15 September 1801, Lisbon. Reports that an express from Paris has presented Portuguese government...
I have now the honor to enclose you the State of o ur Trade with this Kingdom from the 1st....