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31 July 1801, Washington. Expresses regret that he arrived in Washington the same day the president left; he had been assured that Jefferson would not leave before the beginning of August. The secretary of the treasury has arranged to enclose these lines in his packet. Asks JM to express to the president his disappointment in having missed by only a few hours an opportunity to present letters...
9 August 1801, Philadelphia. Summarizes 31 July letter to JM sent under Gallatin’s cover and encloses copy. Also forwards two letters for the president that were confided to him on his departure from Europe, since delay may be prejudicial to their object. Has learned that there are Danes in American ports who will be pleased to know of his arrival; therefore requests permission to announce...
14 September 1801, Philadelphia. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s letters of 15 Aug. and 1 Sept. , for which he extends his thanks. Expresses gratitude for the limited permission to perform his official duties that the president has granted him, but since the president is returning to Washington so soon, Blicherolsen may not need to use this authorization. Should he do so, it will be with the...
In recommending the contents of the inclosed letter to Your impartial examination and protection, and after having yielded to the imperious claims of official duty, i beg leave Sir, to attend also to those of a nature more dear to me, and to avail myself of this opportunity to offer to You and to Your highly amiable Lady my warm and respectfull thanks for the hospitable and friendly treatment...
In a letter I had the honor to write You on the 16th. of January last, I took the liberty to lay before You an official note, stating the particulars concerning the claims of one of the Kings my masters subjects against Capt: Maley, commander of the United States armed schooner Experiment , for having unlawfully captured, and afterwards allowed to be recaptured by an armed British Vessel from...
Without allowing myself to make reflexions upon any one law of the United States, howsoever prejudicial and hurtfull its effects might appear to me, with respect to generally acknowledged principles—and far from any intention of even troubling this government with complaints in cases where Danish subjects are found guilty of having acted in opposition to such laws, I think it my duty in the...
In your letter of the 22d of April, you have been pleased to observe Sir in answer to mine of the 12th same month concerning the capture of the Danish ship Mercator by Captain Maley of the United States, that proper instructions should be given to an attorney as soon as I had signified the District in which I wished the judicial proceeding to be instituted. As for the present moment I reside...
29 July 1802, Philadelphia. “I take herewith the liberty to lay before You the enclosed seven powers , directed to an equal number of Danish Vice Consuls for the States of New-York, Pensylvania, Mary-Land, District of Columbia, North & South Carolina, and Georgia—to which I respectfully beg, You will have the goodness to cause the necessary Exequatur’s to be respectively annexed [and] … order...
16 September 1802, Philadelphia. “The undersigned having received from his Court the enclosed ordinance, with an order to cause the same to be translated and made publicly known throughout the United States, he thinks it his duty respectfully to offer a copy of the translation to the Department of State previous to the publication.” RC ( DNA : RG 59, NFL , Denmark, vol. 1). 1 p.; addressed “To...
20 December 1802, Washington. Presents his respects and encloses a power [not found] as Danish vice-consul for Virginia for Francis Taylor, for which he requests an exequatur. RC ( DNA : RG 59, NFL , Denmark, vol. 1). 1 p. The appointee was probably JM’s relative Francis Stubbs Taylor ( CVSP William P. Palmer et al., eds., Calendar of Virginia State Papers and Other Manuscripts (11 vols.;...