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In consequence of the request contained in a letter from the Secretary at War , I instituted an enquiry, respecting the equipment of the Little Sarah, as an armed vessel, in this Port; and as she will probably sail this day, I am anxious to receive a communication from the officers of the Federal Government on the Subject. I have dispatched a messenger to Genl. Knox, requesting an interview;...
In consequence of the information, which you gave me, relative to the imprisonment and detention of the French sailors, in the Gaol of Philadelphia, I have written to the Chief Justice of this State, and the Minister of France; copies of which are inclosed. As soon as answers are received, they shall, likewise, be communicated. I am, with great esteem, Sir, Your most obedt Servt. RC ( MH :...
I think it proper to communicate to you, the answer which I have received to the letter, that I addressed to the French Minister, relative to the case of the French Sailors that are confined in the Jail of Philadelphia, particularly as it contains a request, which I do not, at this time, think myself authorised to grant. I shall be happy, however, to know the sentiments of the General...
I trouble you with a copy of a letter, which I have received from the Counsel employed to support the interest of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in an Ejectment depending for the recovery of certain lands, the title deeds of which are, it seems, in the hands of the British Government, but, upon proper application, may be procured. Permit me, therefore, Sir, to request, that a letter may be...