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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...
The case referred to in the printed Paper enclosed in my letter of the 2nd: Inst: Vizt. that of...
I have just parted from Mr Adams with whom I have had a tête à tête of five hours; and as he...
By the enclosed you will perceive the use I have made of the Papers you were so good to send me....
14 September 1810, Gothenburg. Has sent “copious Communications” to JM and to the secretary of...
As I am prevented proceeding to Liverpool to embark in this ship only by a doubt lately suggested...
Ca. 20 October 1810, Copenhagen. Reports that he arrived in Copenhagen on 11 Oct. and that he has...
I have yet received no appointment from Lord Sidmouth since I wrote you on the 20th. Instant. I...
I am so circumstanced in a matter of much importance to myself that on the early or late adoption...
16 September 1810, Gothenburg. Has not yet had an answer from Saabye to the enclosure. Reports...
16 April 1804, London. “I wrote you the 3rd febry. in the assurance that my letter would not...
Contrary to the information of Mr Adams, the Neptune sailed on the 18th. Ult; and I shall send my...
The Speech of Mr. Monroe reached town yesterday, and is in the Chronicle of this morning. I...
It is long since I had the pleasure of addressing you, and still longer since I had that of...
24 May 1809, London. Reports varied reactions from members of the American community in London to...
If a man were to note the Coincidencies of his day, he might find a bookful of amusement in the...
The wind did chop round and blew a Hurricane; but the Albion sailed from L’pool, & how my Letter...
If this should overtake, at Liverpool, my letter of yesterday, it will serve to correct an Error,...
I find there is an oppy for Letters to reach the Packet of the 16th at Portsmouth. I have...
§ From George Joy. 26 July 1805, London. “I have yet to thank you for your favor of the 10th...
Of all the Events of this eventful period in which our lot is cast, that which has recently taken...