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Last night, I received the Card your Lordship did me the Honour to write me Yesterday, inclosing a Petition, to the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of his Majestys Treasury, from John Hales, relative to Sixteen Chinese Seamen who are alledged to have informed M r. Hales that they came from India in the Hyder or Hydrea Captain Clark belonging to the United States of America, to Ostend...
I took the first Opportunity of transmitting to Congress, the Letter which your Lordship did me the Honour to write me on the Eleventh of December last: and as I wished it might be considered, by Congress and by the States of South Carolina and Georgia in the Same light as if it had been presented to Congress by a British Minister Plenipotentiary, I transmitted it without any Remarks of mine....
I do myself the Honour of transmitting to your Lordship herewith inclosed, an Act of the United States of America in Congress assembled, the 13 th. of October 1785. together with Sundry other Papers relative to the Boundary Line, between the United States, and his Majestys late Province of Nova Scotia, part of which is now called New Brunswick It is Still fresh in the Recollection of every...
M r Adams presents his Compliments to the Right Honourable the Marquis of Carmarthen and acquaints his Lordship that M r Jefferson, Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States at the Court of Versailles is now here and as they have something to communicate to his Lordship relative to the Affairs of the United States, they request a Time when they may have the Honour to pay their Respects to...
M r. Adams presents his Compliments to the Right Honourable the Marquis of Carmarthen & acquaints His Lordship that M r. Jefferson, Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States at the Court of Versailles, is now here, and as they have something to Communicate to His Lordship, relative to the affairs of the United States, they request a Time when they may have the honor to pay their respects...
I have the Honour of transmitting to your Lordship a Copy of a Letter of the twenty first of December last, from His Majestys Consul General in the United States to their Secretary of State for the Department of foreign Affairs, which has been laid before Congress, who have been pleased to direct me to communicate it, to his Majesty, with this Information, that the Complaint Stated in it,...
I have the Honour of transmitting to your Lordship a Copy of a Letter of the twenty first of December last, from His Majestys Consul General in the United States to their Secretary of State for the Department of foreign Affairs, which has been laid before Congress, who have been pleased to direct me to communicate it, to his Majesty, with this Information, that the Complaint Stated in it,...
I have received with a great deal of Pleasure, the Letter, which your Lordship did me, the honour to write me, on the thirtieth of last Month. I will take the earliest Opportunity, My Lord, to communicate M r Ansteys Appointment to the members of Congress, and to recommend him to their Protection and Countenance in the Execution of the Business with which he is charged. And if your Lordship or...
I have received with a great deal of Pleasure the Letter, which your Lordship did me, the Honour to write me, on the thirtieth of last month. I will take the earliest Opportunity, My Lord to communicate M r Ansteys Appointment to the Members of Congress, and to recommend him to their Protection and Countenance in the Execution of the Business, with which he is charged. And if your Lordship, or...
The Duke of Dorset, in his Letter to the Ministers of the United States of America, dated at Paris the 26. March last, informed them, that having communicated to his Court the Readiness they expressed in their Letter to his Grace of the ninth of December to remove to London, for the purpose of treating upon Such Points as may materially concern the Interests both political and commercial of...