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In a few days the office of post master for this place will be filled. Can I in any manner...
I had the honour Several days ago, to forward to the Hon Post master Genl. recommendations in my...
I have sent this day to the Post Master Genl. Gov. Tompkins and Taylor, Judge Spencer & Genl....
I Can not leave the City, without conveying to you the gratitude I feel for your kindness in...
I have been the firm Supporter and undeviating friend of Mr. Jefferson’s and your Administration...
I took the Liberty to address your Excellency Some time ago. The magnitude of the subject is so...
Your Excellency will please excuse the freedom I take, (being as I presume intirely unknown to...
The bearer, Colonel John Eugene, of Leitensdorfer, served with me very faithfully in character of...
I received at the post office in Washington, when passing through that city, a letter from Hamet...
“There seem to be some portentous meteors moving in latent orbits in our political hemisphere. On...
Danielson, named in the foregoing extract, is my son in law and ward; has lately returned from...
Herewith I have the honor to pass, through the favor of your Department, to the proper address,...
§ From William Eaton. 27 February 1806, Washington. “I am constrained to reiterate my...
§ From William Eaton. 27 November 1805, Washington City. “Permit me to request that my unsettled...
I have the honor to inclose herewith a convention concluded by me on the part of the United...
18 September 1804, Malta. “I request you will be pleased to cause information to be forwarded me,...
14 March 1804, Washington. “‘The ship Fortune belonging to the Bacries at Algiers, after having...
25 February 1804. “As I have it in contemplation to publish the statement and document submitted...
19 June 1803, Washington . Questions whether the case of the master of the imperial vessel...
The master of the imperial vessel, caputred off Ma lta by order of Commodore Morris in January...
I embarked at Tunis in the schooner Enterprize on the 10th. March, touched at Algiers the...
22 March 1803 , “ At Sea .” Notes that the enclosed reflection was not intended to be...
The reflection herewith enclosed was not intended to be communicated: it being but an occurrence...
5 March 1803, Tunis. “Continuation of letter of 4. March. ” Commodore Morris left the American...
Yesterday morning about nine o clock Commodore Morris left the American house to go on board....
4 March 1803, Tunis. Commodore Morris in the Chesapeake , with the John Adams and the New York ,...
On the 22d. ult. 8 oclock a.m. Commodore Morris in the UStates frigate Chesapeak, with the...
8 February 1803, Tunis. Evidence “from a variety of circumstances” having shown that the bey is...
1 February 1803, Tunis. Encloses a duplicate copy of his 26 Jan. letter to Commodore Morris with...
I have now the honor to annex to a duplicate copy of my letter to Commodore Morris of 26. ult. a...
26 January 1803, Tunis. “The enclosed copy of a letter to Commodore Morris conveys an unequivocal...
The enclosed copy of a letter to Commodore Morris conveys an unequivocal expression of the kind...
21 January 1803, Tunis. Received official information “a few days ago” that Simpson had granted...
A few days ago I received official information tha t our Consul at Morocco had granted his...
2 January 1803, Tunis. “On the 28. Sep. Com. Morris’s squadron left Cagliari after having lain...
On the 28. Sep. Com. Morris’s squadron left Cagliari after having lain there ten days—did not...
20 December 1802, Tunis. Nothing material has occurred since his 14 Nov. letter. “But the...
Since the letter I had the honor to address to the department of State 14th. ult. nothing...
13 December 1802, Tunis. [The body of the dispatch is nearly identical to Eaton to JM, 13 Dec....
12 November 1802, Tunis. “The cause of the sudden change of treatment on the part of this Bey...
The cause of the sudden change of treatment on the part of this Bey towards me in my...
9 November 1802, Tunis. Notes that the accompanying letter dated 22 and 27 Oct. was sent on 27...
The letter accompanying this of 22d. a 27th. ult. went off for Gibraltar on the day of its date...
22 October 1802, Tunis. Repeats the “most interesting articles of information” from his...
I have now the honor to recapitulate Some of the most interesting articles of information which...
13 October 1802, Tunis. Since closing his 9 Oct. dispatches, he has been informed by Admiral de...
Since closing my dispatches of the 9th. inst. Admiral DeWinter has informed me that the Bashaw of...
The original letter of which the cipher, enclosure A. is a translated copy I forwarded by Captain...
12 September 1802, Tunis. Has suggested in former communications that “when these regencies...
In former communications I have had the honor to suggest to the department of State that when...