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A British vessel being upon the point of Departure, I embrace the opportunity of forwarding to...
By a foreign Vessel upon the point of departure for a Southern Port, I embrace the opportunity of...
I embrace an oppy. by a foreign Vessel to forward to you Some papers highly interesting to our...
I embrace an opportunity offering b y a foreign Vessel departing for Baltimore, to forward to You...
Enclosed you have the Aurora of the day, also the advise of the 11th. Instant. In the advice you...
A vessel having Stopped here on her voyage from New-orleans to the UStates, affords me an...
Several vessels hav’g arrived here from Spain bringing Late and important advices relative to the...
Finding that I can no longer be useful to my Countrymen visiting this Port, entitled to my...
Enclosed you have the extra Aurora of last night, which may contain information interesting....
I have only time by a Vessel bound to Norfolk to enclose you the Aurora of the 26 & 29: Instant,...
I have only time by a Vessel now under way, to enclose you two papers which has this moment...
It is with great pleasure I have it in my power to say to you, That, on the nineteenth Instant,...
§ From Vincent Gray. 17 September 1805, Havana . “This goes from an out port, in Consiquence of...
4 May 1805, Havana . “Before this reaches you, you will have received information of the unheard...
12 February 1805, Havana . “I now have it in my power to enclose to you (in the Aurora of...
11 February 1805, Havana . “The Mail in 41 Days from Cadiz arrived yesterday morn’g via Porto...
6 February 1805, Havana . “I wrote you on the Second Instant to which I will refer you. The...
2 February 1805, Havana . “In my last of the 14 Ult: I informed you of the laying on at this Port...
14 January 1805, Havana. “Enclosed you have my returns up to the 31st. of December, marked from...
25 July 1804, Havana. “Since my letter of yesterday [not found] in which I stated the situation...
8 May 1804, Havana. “Finding the Louisiana of Baltimore getting under way on the moment of...
28 April 1804, Havana. Had intended to forward by Baron von Humboldt, who is returning from South...
It was my intention to have wrote you fully on the subject of the depredations Committed in these...
2 January 1804, Havana. Encloses his account up to 31 Dec. 1803 “and returns in as particular a...
20 December 1803, Havana. “The Schooner Tarter of Baltimore, Nichs. W Easton Master bound to St....
Enclosed you have a return of vessels purchased at this city for and on account of Citizens of...
28 November 1803, Havana. Encloses a duplicate of his last letter of 19 Nov. A Spanish government...
19 November 1803. Acknowledges JM’s letters of 26 Aug. [1802] and 6 and 9 Apr. 1803 . “As to...
10 November 1803, Havana. Reports the capture since his last [4 Nov.] of the schooner Harriot of...
4 November 1803, Havana. Since his 29 Oct. dispatch, “another French Privateer has entered this...
29 October 1803, Havana . Encloses his accounts to 30 Sept. and a list of American ships entering...
Enclosed you have my accounts up to the last Day o f September, together with a return of the...
16 October 1803, Havana . Sends this by the ship Thomas Russell of Boston. Informs JM that “a...
The Ship Thomas Russell of Boston, being about to get under way for Philadelphia, I embrace the...
24 July 1803, Havana . Encloses a letter he received “from a Mrs: Mary Elam relative to her Son.”...
Having received a letter from a Mrs. Mary Elam relative to her son, and not knowing her place of...
16 July 1803, Havana . “Luis Viguri the late Intendant General of this Island … sailed this...
Dn. Luis Viguri the late Intendant General of this Island having sailed this Morning for Spain, I...
29 May 1803, Havana . Wrote on 25 May about Francisco Arango’s return from Saint-Domingue....
I addressed you on the 25. of may i nstant, on the subject of the return of Dn. Francisco Arango,...
26 May 1803, Havana . Omitted to mention in his 25 May letter “that three vessels sailed from...
In my letter of yesterday I omitted m entioning that three vessels sailed from hence on sunday...
25 May 1803, Havana . Reports that Francisco Arango, “sent some time since by this Government, to...
By a spanish vessel Just about to depart for New York, I have only time to say that Dn. Francisco...
25 April 1803, Havana. The French sloop of war Diligence left Havana “this Morning” for New...
By the Ship Aspansia just about to d epart for New York I have only time to say that, t he Sloop...
15 March 1803, Havana. Refers JM to his 8 Mar. letter on the subject of the arrival of the...
On the 8th. instant I addressed you on the sub je ct of the arrival of the Packet at this Port in...
8 March 1803, Havana. Reports that “the vessel by which this goes, having been detained a few...
The vessel by which this goes, having been detained a few minutes longer than was expected, gave...