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9 September 1801, Cap Français. No. 10. Understands that Roume accepted Lear’s refusal to...
I had the honor of writing to you on the 30th. ultimo, by the Schooner Talbot, via Baltimore, and...
15 September 1801, Cap Français. No. 11. Has nothing further to report since his last letter....
I have the honor to enclose duplicates of my two last letters Nos. 9 & 10. Since writing the last...
The enclosed letter from Mr. Dandridge, who is now in this City, will express to you his wish to...
22 September 1801, Cap Français. No. 12. Encloses a copy of the organic laws of Saint-Domingue...
I have this moment been able to procure a Copy of the Organic laws, framed by the Central...
22 October 1801, Cap Français . No. 13. Encloses decree of Toussaint opening some ports to...
I have the honor to enclose an Arrêté of the Governor of this Island, opening certain Ports to...
On the 22d inst. I had the honor of writing a few lines to you by the Schooner Eliza, Captn. Coy,...
30 October 1801, Cap Français. No. 14. Wrote to JM on 28 Oct. via brig bound to Newburyport; has...
On the 28th. instant I had the honor of writing to you a few lines in haste, respecting the state...
9 November 1801, Cap Français. No. 15. Reports that Toussaint placed an embargo on all vessels in...
I had the honor of writing a few lines to you on the 28th. ultimo, via Newbury Port, and also on...
21 November 1801, Cap Français. No. 16. Has nothing more to add to the report in his no. 15 [9...
In addition to the enclosed I have only to say, that good order seems to be perfectly restored in...
25 November 1801, Cap Français. No. 17. Encloses copies of his correspondence with Toussaint on...
Together with a duplicate of my letter of the 21st. inst (No. 16) I herewith enclose the Copy of...
28 November 1801, Cap Français. Forwards the enclosure, just received, by the same vessel as his...
The enclosed has this moment come to my hands, and I embrace the present opportunity to forward...
11 December 1801, Cap Français. No. 18. Reports that accounts of European peace have caused a...
I had the honor to write to you on the 25th. ultimo by the Brig Clarissa, Capt. Crisswell, viá...
17 January 1802, Cap Français. No. 19. Reports that since his last of 11 Dec. he has received...
Since I had the honor of addressing you, under date of the 11th. of December, I have had the...
12 February 1802, Cap Français. No. 20. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s 8 Jan. letter and...
After acknowledging the receipt of the letter which you did me the honor to write, under date of...
I had the honor of writing to you on the 12th inst. by Captn. John Rodgers, late of the Navy of...
I yesterday received the duplicate of the letter which you did me the honor of writing on the...
29 March 1802, Cap Français. No. 23. Transmits copies of his dispatches of 28 Feb. and 22 Mar.,...
Since I had the honor of writing to you on the 22d. instant (duplicate of which, and duplicate of...
8 April 1802, Cap Français. No. 24. Quotes the 2 Apr. postscript he added to the duplicate of his...
8 April 1802, Cap Français. Has drawn on JM in favor of Clement Biddle of Philadelphia for $100,...
I have taken the liberty of drawing upon you this day in favour of Colo. Clement Biddle of...
In the duplicate of my No. 23. I added the following, to wit. "April 2d. Since writing the...
11 April 1802, Cap Français. No. 25. “On the ninth the Genl. in Chief arrived here from Port au...
I had the honor of writing a few lines to you on the 8th. inst., per Captn. Lovering of the...
22 June 1802, Walnut Tree Farm. In compliance with Brent’s request, transmits to JM “copies of my...
In compliance with a request contained in a letter from Mr. Brent, under date of the 19h. inst. I...
20 January 1803, Washington. The House of Representatives having referred to JM the memorial Lear...
As the Honorable, the House of Representatives has been pleased to refer to you, for your report...
I reached this place yesterday, after a pleasant journey from Washington, and had the pleasure to...
Since I had the pleasure of writing to you this forenoon, I have been favored with your...
On my return from Portsmouth last evening, I had the satisfaction of finding here, your letter of...
I have been duly favor’d with your friendly note of the 14th of July, and shall not fail to give...
I have the pleasure to inform you that we are thus far on our passage to the Mediterranean, and...
13–26 September 1803, Gibraltar . No. 1. “I had the honor of writing a few lines to you on the...
My last (duplicate of which I have the honor to transmit by this conveyance) was down to the 26...
I had the honor of writing to you on the 18th of October from Gibraltar, by the U. States ship...
I embrace the last moment of the ship old Tom being here, to inform you that the Dey sent in...
The letters and papers which I have now the honor to enclose, will inform you of the unfortunate...