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I have the honor to enclose a Copy of an account received a day or two ago from M r Warwick, and...
According to my letter of the 20 th Ultimo, I have now the honor to send you enclosed the...
After a good deal of Correspondence with the office for foreign affairs on the subject of M r...
(Duplicate) I duly received on the 2 d Instant your packet of the 28 th July, covering a letter...
I received at Cheltenham on the 17 th Ins t your Packet, containing among other letters and...
As none of the Eminent Statesmen of the Country was more Early, or deeply impressed by the great...
Another of the Patriots of the Revolution is gone: The Vice President was dressed as usual to...
Mr. William R. Foster, son of a reputable Gentleman who is my near neighbour, and for whom, and...
I had the honour to write to you on the 15. of last month, since when I have received by General...
You will probably recollect that soon after my return from England I communicated to you the...
Owing to my absence from NYK. I had not the honour of receiving yr letter of the 13. before...
In answer to your Letter of the 24 inst. I have the honour to state that no engagement was ever...
As my mission abroad had no other connexion with the money department of our Govt. than wht....
Since my letter of the 24th. I have recd. yrs. of the same date; and after maturely reflecting...
Mr. D. Ogdon called upon me a few minutes past, and as I understood from him that he purposes...
I lose no time in replying to the queries contained in your letter of the 18. thoh I fear I may...
While abroad I took some pains to collect the Publications that have been made respecting the...
Herewith I enclose the Letter of the Comee. of the Senate, together with my answer to yr’s of the...
My correspondence with the Department of State while I was in England, at different periods, had...
As well on account of the State of Affairs between England and France, as at the pressing desire...
I take the Liberty to add a few miscellaneous articles by way of supplement to my last dispatch....
I have just recd. and am obliged to you for your letter of the 5th. the settlement of my family...
The Receipt of my dispatches will have apprized you of my arrival. For the moment I am engaged in...
On the 16th of last month the King of Great Britain sent a message to Parliament announcing the...
I left London the 18th. and sailed from Cowes the 21st. of last month—on the 16. the King sent a...
Anticipating the rupture which may be regarded as having in effect taken place, I have sought and...
A Government Messenger arrived at Twelve o’Clock to-day in forty hours from Paris, with a...
13 May 1803, London. No. 98. “I have the honour to transmit herewith the Convention which I...
I have not been able to obtain the consent of the Sierra Leone Company to receive the Slaves...
10 May 1803, London. No. 97. “Upon farther search several Trunks of Papers respecting West...
Lord Whitworth was ordered to leave Paris on the Evening of the 3d. instant, unless the French...
1 May 1803, London. No. 95. Reports that according to the certificate of the accountant general...
The question of Peace or War is still undecided; and as France plays for Time, and England (in...
In a Conference with Lord Hawkesbury on the 6th. instant, I explained to him the object of the...
23 April 1803, London. No. 92. Refers to his dispatch no. 87 [25 Mar. 1803] , which mentioned the...
Since the removal of the Negotiation to Paris, I am less able to send you early and exact...
9 April 1803, London. No. 90. “The question of peace or War may at this moment be decided. Lord...
2 April 1803, London. No. 89. Reports that no answer has yet been given to Andréossy’s note,...
28 March 1803, London. No. 88. “My No. 86. [19 Mar. 1803] communicated the tenour of Lord...
25 March 1803, London. No. 87. “Baron Silverhjelm, the Swedish Envoy, after mentioning once or...
19 March 1803, London. No. 86. “Orders were some Time past given to evacuate Egypt, and the...
War seems more and more probable, indeed it appears to me inevitable: Holland will be involved,...
16 March 1803, London. No. 84. “Couriers last evening arrived at the french Ambassadors from...
I lose no Time in sending you the important Message from the King that was last Evening delivered...
28 February 1803, London. No. 82. Acknowledges JM’s letters of 16 and 23 Dec. 1802 . “By Lord...
9 February 1803, London. No. 81. “As I apprehended might be the case, Bird Savage & Bird have...
7 February 1803, London. No. 80. “Last Evening (Sunday) I received a Note from Mr. Bird informing...
28 January 1803, London. No. 79. Reports that no further progress has been made in the boundary...
31 December 1802, London. Acknowledges JM’s letter and expresses thanks for the early reply as...
29 December 1802, London. No. 78. “In the Bill that after the holidays will be brought into...