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18 October 1802. Presents his respects and returns with thanks the papers JM sent him. “Mr. M. will find the memorials of the board of trade at Bordeaux very interesting.” Informs JM that the frigate Consolante “with 212 negroes” sailed on 13 Oct. from New York and that “the Captain disappointed entirely Some Speculations which had been made on her departure.” RC ( DNA : RG 59, NFL , France,...
28 November 1803, Georgetown. Having had occasion to tell JM of the measures he has taken relative to the French ship Nancy that touched at Charleston lately with letters of marque, causing complaints from the port collector, now encloses extracts, numbered 1, 2, and 3, from his correspondence on the matter with the French commissary at Charleston. Enclosure no. 4 is an extract from a letter...
19 April 1802, Georgetown. In his letter of 4 Jan. 1802 , Pichon reported on the affair of the French ship Cassius , sequestered by the U.S. at Philadelphia in 1795, abandoned by the French minister, Adet, and subsequently sold. Requests restitution. RC ( DNA : RG 59, NFL , France, vol. 1). 1 p.; in French; dated 29 Germinal an X. In a clerk’s hand, signed by Pichon. PJM-SS Robert J. Brugger...
Le Citoyen Pichon présente ses respects à Mr. Madison, et lui transmet avec bien de la satisfaction la copie de la lettre qu’il vient de recevoir du nouvel Agent du Gouvernement de la république à la Guadeloupe. Son contenu prouvera à monsieur le Président des Etats Unis, à qui le Citoyen Pichon espère que Mr. Le Secretaire d’Etat voudra bien la communiquer, que les instructions données au...
Le Citoyen Pichon a l’honneur de prévenir Monsieur Madison que le Citoyen Marbois qui était demeuré à Baltimore, pour remplir momentanément les fonctions commissariales, vient de lui faire connaitre Son intention de Se retirer et de retourner en France. Cette circonstance qui dérange les dispositions que le Citoyen Pichon avait prises, par anticipation de celles qu’il était autorisé à croire...
29 December 1802, Georgetown. Transmits a regulation of the French government, which JM will judge useful to make known to American business, relative to the admission of American ships into France during the season in which yellow fever exists in American ports. Also sends an extract of a letter that the minister of marine has written which will show JM that errors thought to have slipped...
21 May 1804, Baltimore. Encloses the commissions [not found] of Gen. Antoine Gabriel Venance Rey and [Louis] Arcambal as French commercial agents in New York and Baltimore, respectively. Requests exequaturs for them both from the president. RC ( DNA : RG 59, NFL , France, vol. 1). 1 p.; in French; in a clerk’s hand, signed by Pichon; docketed by Wagner as received 23 May. Antoine Gabriel...
7 May 1802, Georgetown. Acknowledges JM’s letter of 6 May ; will write to Leclerc on the subject of it at the first opportunity. Assures JM that the general in chief, when he sees the impressions his actions have produced, will speedily make the reparations due to the U.S. RC ( DNA : RG 59, NFL , France, vol. 1); letterpress copy of RC ( DLC : Jefferson Papers); Tr ( NHi : Livingston Papers).
5 November 1802, Georgetown. Reminds JM “of the answers which are to be made by the Treasury depmt. on two notes of Mr Pichon of the last year—the one relative to the claim of Monsr. Rayneval; T’other concerning the claims of the heirs of Beaumarchais.” Requests some answer on the two applications “which, for the satisfaction of the claimants as well as of his duty, he may forward to the...
9 December 1801, Georgetown. Encloses two lists of French vessels taken prize by U.S. ships and in the process of being returned by the U.S. according to the provisions of the Convention of 1800. These lists include the only cases of this kind that have as yet come to his attention either from statements in district court registers or from his correspondence with French officials. The first...