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I have deferred the gratification of acknowledgeing the rect of the letter with which you honord me on the 10th of July, only till I shou’d be able to dispatch the remainder of the books for the national library ordered from Mr. Johnson;—I am concerned to find that they coud not have been sooner collected, & even now, that there are some deficiences which you may consider important;—I can...
I have been honor’d by your letter containing a catalogue of books to be procured for the use of congress, & your instructions as to the œconomy & details of the purchase; & from the Treasurer of the United States I have at the same time received a remittance for this purpose of 226£. 14s. 9d Stg in a Bill payable at 60–days sight, which has been duly accepted; I shall give all possible...
G W Erving Esqr. Bought of J Johnson 1 Wards History of Laws of Nations 2 V 18.— 1 Rymers Fœdera 10 Vols 15. 15.— 1 Brokes Abridgment 14.— 1 Pickerings Statutes 43 Vols 36. —— 1 Berthelson’s Danish Dicty. 2 V 3.  3.— 1 Swedish & English Dicty 3.  3.—
I have the honor herewith to transmit to you a letter which I have received from Sir John Sinclair.— with sentiments of the most respectful attachment Your very obt St RC ( DLC ); at foot of text: “To Thomas Jefferson”; endorsed by TJ as received 8 Sep. and so recorded in SJL . Enclosure: Dupl of Sir John Sinclair to TJ, 1 Jan. 1804 (see Vol. 42:219n ).
I was yesterday honor’d by your letter of the 24th Ult:—I beg you to be assured that any mark of your confidence & esteem must always be received by me with the utmost sensibility; I accept therefore with gratitude the situation which you offer me at Lisbon:—Not being engaged in mercantile pursuits I have no view of making this a place of profit; but I trust it will afford me opportunities of...
In a postscript (dated 8th. Inst.) of my dispatch No. 54, I communicated to you copy of a note dated the 7th., at the moment received from Mr. Cevallos, and containing the protest of this government against a negotiation which it apprehends to be on foot between the french Minister at Washington and our government, relative to the Floridas. I presume this to be a report excited by those who...
31 October 1801, American Consulate, London. No. 4. Dawson’s delayed departure and return to London a second time allow transmission of the enclosed statements. RC and enclosures ( DNA : RG 59, CD , London, vol. 8). RC 1 p.; docketed by Wagner as received 13 Jan. The enclosures include lists of awards made by the Board of Commissioners payable on 5 July 1798 and 1 May 1799 and received by...
I have the honor herewith to transmit copy of a note of yesterday’s date which I have just received from the President ad interim of the Supreme Central Junta, communicating the installation of the same; also my answer of this date. With the most perfect respect & consideration, Sir, Your very obt. Servant. To the above inclosures is added a Gazette Extraordinary, giving a detail of the...
24 March 1803, London. Assumes JM is anxious “at this very critical & important moment” to receive all possible information and opinions on the question of war between Great Britain and France. “The general apprehension here, & the vigorous preparations which are going on, would lead one to suppose that the British government Either considered war as inevitable, or were determined upon it; but...
My last unofficial letter was of June 22d. My last publick dispatch (of the 14th. Inst.) by original & duplicate, inclosed Copy of an Extraordinary gazette announcing the conclusion of an Armistice between Russia & France, a triplicate of which is herewith transmitted: The News of the ratification immediately followed, & to day we hear that the peace is Signed at Tilsit, & that the two...