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31 July 1801, Washington. Expresses regret that he arrived in Washington the same day the...
9 August 1801, Philadelphia. Summarizes 31 July letter to JM sent under Gallatin’s cover and...
14 September 1801, Philadelphia. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s letters of 15 Aug. and 1 Sept. ,...
In recommending the contents of the inclosed letter to Your impartial examination and protection,...
In a letter I had the honor to write You on the 16th. of January last, I took the liberty to lay...
Without allowing myself to make reflexions upon any one law of the United States, howsoever...
In your letter of the 22d of April, you have been pleased to observe Sir in answer to mine of the...
29 July 1802, Philadelphia. “I take herewith the liberty to lay before You the enclosed seven...
16 September 1802, Philadelphia. “The undersigned having received from his Court the enclosed...
20 December 1802, Washington. Presents his respects and encloses a power [not found] as Danish...
The emotion Your extraordinary goodness and offer have produced on me, is to strong to allow me,...
Not being able to leave my room I am reduced by necessity to returning you in writing my humble...
9 February 1803, Washington. Presents the claim of several Danish subjects and citizens of...
17 February 1803, Washington. “In presenting the inclosed to You, I feel ashamed and sorry lest...
11 April 1803, Philadelphia. Has just received two royal ordinances from Copenhagen, one...
2 June 1803, Washington . Requests exequaturs for [T. F.] Eckard, Green, and [George] Hammeken as...
3 June 1803, Washington . Has been granted a leave of absence by the Danish king to return home...
I take the earliest opportunity to inform You, that I this morning have engaged my passage to...
6 July 1803, New Castle . Has received from the collector of Philadelphia “1 Letter and 4 pairs...
It is now a considerable time since I left The United States, and although the unfortunate state...