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The Constitution is at length arrived, and Mr: Russell informs me that she is to return to France...
I purchased, some three years ago, the first volume of the Histoire de l’Esprit revolutionaire...
It is long since I had the honor of addressing you; much longer since I had that of receiving a...
I wrote you on the 30th Ult: to take the first Conveyance from London or Liverpool; and I now...
I attended yesterday at the Court of Admiralty rather to hear what could be said than from any...
The Document called for by Lord Holland and referred to within has not come to my hands, and I...
I wrote you in great haste by Mr: Carroll, and cannot boast of much leisure on the present...
27 June 1809, London. Appointed the American consul in Rotterdam, Joy has not taken his post. He...
I have just parted with Lord Sidmouth who after the recognition of a meeting some years ago, and...
The Constitution is now daily expected at Cowes; and by her I hope to embark for the U.S. I am...