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My last of the 23d. May informed you of the Sailing of Mr. Hughes ⅌ the Experiment for N York...
I have the Honor to transmitt You the Returns of the Vessells that Have enterd and departed from...
21 July 1804, Le Havre. “Since mine of the 5h. I have received the Returns from Dieppe of the...
June 1803, Le Havre . Informed JM in his last letter of 23 May that Hughes sailed in the...
13 March 1804, Paris. “The port of Havre continuing in State of Blockade and for some months past...
I have the Honor to forward You two packets (papers) & two Letters I received from our Minister...
9 May 1803, Le Havre. Wrote “some time since” soliciting JM’s recommendation of him as commercial...
§ From John Mitchell. 10 April 1806, Paris. “At same time that I cover You Copy of my last of the...
I had the honor of addressing you some time since, When I solicited you to recomend Me as a...
I now take the Liberty of addressing You, for the purpose of mentioning the rigid measure the Law...
23 May 1803, Le Havre . Informs JM that Hughes of Baltimore, carrying the treaty and dispatches...
5 July 1804, Le Havre. “I had the Honor to write you at different times from Paris. I have to...
I have the Honor to transmitt you duplicate of Dispatches from our Minister at Paris, which I...
I have the pleasure to inform you that the Vessells from Lisbon with Certificate of the Comml....
I take the Liberty to inform You I received this Morning a Letter from Mr. Livingston of the...
§ From John Mitchell. 4 November 1805, Paris. “I am honord with your Circular letters of the 1st....
25 June 1803, Le Havre . Since he closed his letter of this date, the ship George has landed and...
§ From John Mitchell. 19 July 1805, Havre. “Since I had the honor to Write you, this port has...
I had the honor of Writeing You the 15 instant via Boston informing You that by order of Our...
1 February 1805, Le Havre . “Since I have had the honor to Write You, this port has remain’d...
24 July 1804, Le Havre. “In a late Letter I mentiond to you that this port was strictly blocaded...
24 October 1803, Le Havre . Since his last letter, the port has been “so strictly watched that...
14 August 1803, Le Havre . Informs JM that the ships from Lisbon that have certificates from the...
I had the honor of writeing you ⅌ mr. P. A. Jay to whom I deliverd by order of our Ministers two...
§ From John Mitchell. 10 March 1806, Paris. “Since I had the Honor to Acknoledge the receit of...
The returns for the last three Months is made out & will be forwarded ⅌ a vessell that sails for...
I have the honor to inform You that Mr. G. Hughes of Baltimore Bearer of the Dispatches of our...
I take the Liberty to Mention to You that the Warren Captn. Hammond got well out the 6h.—& that I...
The detention of the vessell I wrote by Yesterday gives me an oportunity of Addressing you again....
I have the Honor to transmitt You the Registers of the American Hero, and the Brutus, with...
30 June 1803, Le Havre . Before receiving JM’s circular letter of 9 Apr. had compiled a list of...
15 May 1803, Le Havre. Reports the receipt “this Morning” of a 13 May letter from Livingston...
Before I had the honor to receive your circular Letter of the 9th. April I have prepared for an...
7 August 1804, Le Havre. “I wrote you the 3d instant to inform you of this place haveing been...
Perceiving by the public prints that the Embargo is likely to be raised on the 4th. March; I have...
31 March 1804, Paris. Acknowledges receipt of a commission appointing him vice-commercial agent...
21 May 1803, Le Havre . Wrote JM on 15 May via Boston that Livingston and Monroe had ordered him...
19 August 1803, Le Havre . Encloses a copy of his last letter “stateing the situation of our...
23 May 1803, Le Havre . “The Enterprize not being able to sail yesterday, I have to inform You...
28 March 1803, Le Havre. Thinking it interesting to the U.S. to be informed of European events,...
Thinking it interesting to the United States, to be informed of What is passing in Europe, I have...
12 August 1803, Le Havre . Describes the effects of that “rigid measure,” the law of 1 Messidor...
§ From John Mitchell. 20 January 1806, Paris. “In conformity to your instructions with My New...
Since I had the Honor to write You, our port is so strictly watched that scarce any vessell has...
25 June 1803, Le Havre . “I had the honor of writeing you ⅌ mr. P. a Jay to whom I deliverd by...
14 June 1803, Le Havre . Encloses duplicate dispatches from the U.S. ministers in Paris; the...
24 July 1803, Le Havre . Sends returns for the last three months by vessel to Norfolk. In his...
Here with you have copy of my last stateing the situation of our vessells. No permission haveing...
26 June 1803, Le Havre . “A letter received from Mr. Barnet of the 24 in reply to mine of the...
It is with reluctance that I intrude on you to solicit your Attention to a Business which...