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I have had the honor to receive your Letter of the 25. of August and Doctr Nicholl whose advice I...
The Receipt of my dispatches will have apprized you of my arrival. For the moment I am engaged in...
Seven States only have been represented in congress since October, of consequence very few...
Lord Whitworth was ordered to leave Paris on the Evening of the 3d. instant, unless the French...
M r. Hancock has accepted as President of congress and will be here in a few days; Seven States...
This day for the first our President Mr. Hancock took his Seat in convention, and we shall...
19 July 1802, London. No. 73. Reports receipt of 25 June letter from Commodore Morris at...
Mr. Elliot, who, it has been said, was appointed, will not come to America; owing, say his...
War seems more and more probable, indeed it appears to me inevitable: Holland will be involved,...
I left London the 18th. and sailed from Cowes the 21st. of last month—on the 16. the King sent a...
In answer to your Letter of the 24 inst. I have the honour to state that no engagement was ever...
15 May 1801, London. No. 17. Reports that Lord St. Helens has sailed for negotiations with...
You will undoubtedly hear much of the tumultuous and irregular conduct of a considerably numerous...
28 March 1803, London. No. 88. “My No. 86. [19 Mar. 1803] communicated the tenour of Lord...
13 March 1802, London. No. 58. Reports there is no further information on the negotiations at...
Care has been taken to put our friends at the eastward on their guard. Measures have been pursued...
30 July 1801, London. No. 28. Believes French invasion of Great Britain unlikely despite military...
In the Paris papers of the 6th. instant is an article respecting the american negotiation, that...
28 February 1803, London. No. 82. Acknowledges JM’s letters of 16 and 23 Dec. 1802 . “By Lord...
We may have 360 members in our Convention, not more than 330 have yet taken their Seats....
26 May 1802, London. No. 68. Reports anxiety among British manufacturers and merchants “founded...
9 February 1802, London. No. 52. States that the definitive treaty is not yet signed but...
The convention proposed to have been held at Annapolis in the last month on the subject of...
Mr. William R. Foster, son of a reputable Gentleman who is my near neighbour, and for whom, and...
Herewith I enclose the Letter of the Comee. of the Senate, together with my answer to yr’s of the...
I inclose a newspaper of yesterday containing the propositions communicated by Mr. Hancock to the...
Letters are this moment received from Genl. Lincoln giving the pleasing intelligence that he...
After further enquiry, I annex little credit to the notice posted at Loyds’, that two american...
Extra[c]t of a Letter from a Gentleman in Boston of the 4th. March 1787. to R King— “—— has come...
20 June 1802, London. No. 70. Has received the duplicate of JM’s letter of 1 May ; as soon as the...
4 October 1801, London. No. 37. Had expected to close negotiations on article 6 of the Jay treaty...
Annexed I have the honour to send you a copy of my Correspondence with Mr. Anstey upon the...
I have the honour to send you enclosed the copy of a convention which I have signed with Lord...
10 June 1802, London. No. 69. Acknowledges JM’s public letter of 7 Apr. “communicating the...
Owing to my absence from NYK. I had not the honour of receiving yr letter of the 13. before...
[ New York, March 24, 1791. “The Legislature of this State have incorporated the Bank, limiting...
Our convention proceeds slowly. An apprehension that the liberties of the people are in danger,...
9 February 1803, London. No. 81. “As I apprehended might be the case, Bird Savage & Bird have...
24 September 1801, London. No. 35. Acknowledges JM’s letters of 21 May , 15 and 30 June , and 24...
10 May 1803, London. No. 97. “Upon farther search several Trunks of Papers respecting West...
M r. Alsop of this city, whom you must recollect as a delegate from this State to congress in...
4 September 1801, London. No. 33. Reports that several American merchantmen have been seized off...
The question of Peace or War is still undecided; and as France plays for Time, and England (in...
5 August 1802, London. Suggests that if the president consents to his return to the U.S., the...
23 December 1801, London. No. 45. Encloses copy of a letter from Lord Hawkesbury to Sir John...
14 August 1801, London. No. 29. Encloses copies of letter from John Turnbull of Turnbull, Forbes,...
From the month of May till September or October, including what is here called the long vacation,...
M r. Alsop of this city, whom you must recollect as a delegate from this State to congress in...
I have the satisfaction to inform you that on the final Question of assinting to & ratifying the...
I have not been able to obtain the consent of the Sierra Leone Company to receive the Slaves...