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J’ai reçu le 11 de ce mois la lettre que vous m’avez fait l’honneur de m’ecrire le 2. du dit mois...
22 December 1802, Georgetown. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s 21 Dec. note enclosing a memorandum of...
29 May 1802, Philadelphia. Encloses two commissions for commissaries of commercial relations: one...
Mr. Pichon presents Mr Madison his respects and begs him to receive his apologies that he leaves...
Citizen Pichon has to direct his thanks to the Secretary of state for the ready communication...
6 January 1803, Georgetown. “By information received this evening by Mr. Pichon he is led to...
J’ai l’honneur de vous adresser ci-incluse la réponse que je viens de recevoir du Gouverneur...
Mr. Pichon presents his respects to Mr. Madison & incloses to him extracts of dispatches from St....
Your favor of the 20th. would have been duly acknowledged, had I not been daily expecting to...
27 October 1803, Georgetown . Presents his respects and requests that JM lay the enclosed paper...
17 October 1802, Georgetown. Encloses a design of the flag adopted by the Italian Republic....
7 May 1801, Georgetown. Asks that the U.S. government take responsibility for French prisoners...
Mr. Dallas the Attorney of the United States for this District, will inform you, I presume, of...
19 October 1803, Georgetown . Encloses two commissions and requests exequaturs for Jean-François...
Mr. Pichon presents his respects to the President of the United States & regrets exceedingly that...
7 April 1804, Georgetown. Encloses a commission from the first consul naming Paul-Marie-Louis...
Mr. Pichon with his best respects to the President of the United States has the honor to thank...
Mr. Pichon asks of the President of the United States leave of presenting to him Mr. Esménard , a...
Le chargé d’affaires de la République Française n’a de son Gouvernement aucune instruction qui...
18 June 1801, Philadelphia. Acknowledges JM’s reply to his letters of [17 and] 18 May. Since JM...
28 June 1802, Georgetown. Has received JM’s letter on the subject of Captain Davidson and will...
Le Soussigné, chargé d’affaires de la République Française, a l’honneur d’informer Mr. le...
2 November 1801, Georgetown. Encloses copy of passport given at State Department on 24 Oct. to...
17 July 1801, Georgetown. Since returning to the capital he has called at the Treasury Department...
Mr. Pichon hopes there is no impropriety on his part in requesting that Mr. Madison may inform...
17 March 1803, Georgetown. Encloses a copy and the original of Napoleon’s commission naming...
Mr. Pichon offers his respects to Mr Madison and begs leave to give him the trouble of perusing...
Mr. Pichon with his respects returns Mr Madison the letter of the Attorney General which Mr M....
5 November 1802, Georgetown. Citizen Liot, the provisional commissary to Philadelphia, having...
La lettre que vous m’avez fait l’honneur de m’ecrire le 23 de ce mois, m’annonçant que le...