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The Chevalier d’Yrujo has the honor of presenting his respects to the Secretary of State and...
5 February 1803, Washington. Understands that the inflammatory articles that have been published...
Mui Señor mio: Me hallo informado haber nombrado Mr. Adams en los ultimos meses de su...
23 June 1805, Philadelphia. Has just received JM’s letter of the 20th inst. with a copy of the...
I have received your letter of the 24 July last in which you enclose me an extract of a letter of...
25 January 1803, Washington. Has examined the documents enclosed in JM’s letter of 20 Jan....
12 March 1805 , Washington . Has received JM’s letter of 28 Feb. informing him that Spanish...
23 September 1802, Mount Pleasant. Announces the double marriage of the prince of Asturias to the...
26 January 1803, Washington. Presents the enclosed letter from Charles IV announcing the marriage...
27 January 1803, Washington. At the beginning of January the Spanish consul at Baltimore [Juan...
22 March 1802, Washington. Refers to his demand made a long time ago of the U.S. government to...
10 March 1803, Washington. When JM informed him last November that the port of New Orleans had...
The Undersign’d Envoy Extraordinary, & Minister Plenipotentiary of H. Cathc. Majesty, takes the...
Altho I have been inform’[d] this four days of the return of the Maryland, supposing you...
27 November 1802, Washington. On 25 Nov., received JM’s letter of the same date , in which JM...
The explanations, which the government of France, has given to his Catholic Majesty concerning...
On the 4th. current I had the honor to intimate to you the extraordinary surprize with which the...
24 March 1805, Philadelphia . Having given permission to Juan Bautista Bernabeu, Spanish consul...
17 March 1804, Washington. Complained on 7 Mar. of the violation of the sovereignty of Charles IV...
18 January 1803, Capitol Hill. Has received JM’s “litle notte of yesterday [not found].”...
It is a pleasant circumstance for me, that when I do address you in writing for the first time in...
I take up my Pen to communicate to you in Writing, what I had the Honour of expressing to you...
I had the honor to write to you some time since recomending to your attention Mr. J. Yznardy...
17 June 1805, Philadelphia . Has received JM’s 11 June letter with the enclosed documents...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 7 January 1806, Philadelphia. Mr. Fausto Foronda having resigned...
By the communications I have made to this Govt. and the translation of the Correspondence between...
2 February 1804, Washington. Returns the documents relative to the claim of William Cooke against...
19 April 1803, Washington. Informs JM without losing a moment that by documents just received...
I have just received your letter of the 12th. current, in which you are pleased to acquaint me...
19 June 1805, Philadelphia. Encloses a manifesto that the captain general of Cuba issued in...
Thro’ the medium of the Ambassador of the king my master in Paris, it has come to his royal...
I have just seen in an extract from the Providence newspapers, a new Proclamation of the...
7 October 1804 , “ Stelle’s Hotel .” “By your absence from this place I communicated the enclos’d...
21 March 1804, Washington. Received JM’s letter of 19 Mar. in response to his of 7 and 17 Mar....
14 February 1803, Washington. Wrote a few days ago notifying JM of rumors that a man named Wilson...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 11 February 1806, Philadelphia. Every day he discovers new...
20 April 1803, Washington. States that he hastened to inform JM as soon as the dispatches were...
After having given you three days ago the information and circumstances you wished to be...
20 May 1803, Philadelphia . Reports that the king has been informed that American ships have...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 4 February 1806, Philadelphia. This moment has arrived at this...
When I left washington I expected to have seen by this time the greatest curiosity of North...
18 April 1802, Washington. Complains of the indecorous invective aimed at the Spanish government...
1 March 1804, Washington. JM’s letter of today in reply to his of 23 Feb. obliges him to make...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 19 January 1806, Washington. Freed of the personal explanations...
3 November 1804, Philadelphia. Has been informed by Casa Calvo in a 31 July 1804 letter from New...
29 March 1802, Washington. In order to preserve the friendliest relations with the U.S....
His Excellency Mr. Pedro Cevallos Secretary of State of the King my master has been pleased to...
5 June 1801, Philadelphia. Upon Joseph Ignatius de Viar’s resignation as Spanish consul general,...
3 August 1802, Mount Pleasant. Has previously complained of the insulting and indecorous behavior...
I have received your letter of the 4th. current in reply to those which I had the honor to write...