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I had the Honor some time since to receive a Letter from you , covering one for the Baroness de Staël-Hols t ein which you wished me to forward to Stockholm —at the time I received it I had hoped that I should be able to send it by mr Russell in a few days—and therefore delayed acknowledging the receipt of the Letter until I could have the pleasure of telling you that I had found so good a...
I fear you will be greatly surprised when you hear that the Letter which you sent to me, some months since for General Kosciuzko , is yet in my possession. you stated it to be confidential, and directed it to be sent with our Despatches. Since it came to my hands, no Despatch vessel has been sent to France , nor have we had for our communications to General armstrong , any conveyance which...
I do myself the Honor to put under cover with this, three Letters for you which were received by the Hornet from France yesterday. The Letters which you sent to me some time since for M r Maury at Liverpool I forwarded as you desired under Cover to M r Russell
I had the Honor to receive this Morning your Letter of the 26 th Feb y covering two Packets—the one for General Kosciuszko —the other for M r Short . I know of no safe oppertunity now offering for France ; but I presume we shall have one ere long and I will take care to avail myself of it, to send these Packets in the way you point out. I beg you to beleive, Sir, that so far from being a...
I have the pleasure to inform you, that I forwarded by M r Clay the Packet for M r Warden , which you sent to me , and as M r Clay will have occasion to dispatch a Courier to M r Crawford
The inclosed was written on the day I received the Letter you did me the Honor to write me —accident prevented its going by the last Mail; but I hope it will yet be in time to inform you of the Residence, and to give you the name of the Gentleman who promised you the wild Geese. I have written to him as you requested, and I beg you to beleive, Sir, that I shall always be proud to receive and...
I had yesterday the Honor to receive your Letter of the 5 th Inst. and should have immediately sent you the Paper you ask for, but it was then in the hands of a Gentleman belonging to the Senate . He has returned it this morning in consequence of my having written him a Note to do so, and I am now engaged in taking a Copy of it for the Office that you may not be put to the trouble of having it...
I had the Honor to receive your note of the 12 th Inst. covering three Letters. The one for Mr Warden was delivered to him this Morning on his return from New York . at this time we have no information of any direct conveyance for St Petersburg ; but I will certainly avail myself of the first which I deem safe, to forward the Letters you have done me the honor to commit to my care unless you...
Having been repeatedly called off since I undertook to make a Copy of the inclosed “Chronological series of Facts relative to Louisiana ” for the use of this Dept I could not get it finished until this Moment. Having finished it, I hasten to send you the Paper in your own hand writing not doubting that you will prefer it to a Copy taken from it. RC ( DLC ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson...
I had the Honor to receive this morning your Letter of the 15 th Inst: together with two Packets for Mr Warden , a Letter for Mr Pinkney , and one for Mr Bourne to be forwarded to