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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 en réponse à celles que je vous adressai il y a plusieurs mois sur les réclamations de feu Mr. de Beaumarchais & de Mr. de Rayneval. J’ai reçu le même jour, Monsieur, vôtre lettre du 9. rélative a la corvette française le Cassius. D’après ce que vous me faites l’honneur de me communiquer,...
22 December 1802, Georgetown. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s 21 Dec. note enclosing a memorandum of the funds the Navy Department claims from Pichon. “The 1st. item arising from advances made to the officers of the Berceau has been repaid to the United States by a deduction of so much made at the Treasury on the last moiety restored of the Sums captured on the Said officers.” Recollects that the...
29 May 1802, Philadelphia. Encloses two commissions for commissaries of commercial relations: one for Lequinio de Kerblay at Newport, Rhode Island, and the other for Sotin at Savannah, Georgia. These two agents arrived several days ago and await the president’s exequatur to enter upon their functions and leave for their posts. RC ( DNA : RG 59, NFL , France, vol. 1). 1 p.; in French....
Mr. Pichon presents Mr Madison his respects and begs him to receive his apologies that he leaves Washington City to go perhaps as far as Phila. without taking leave of Mr. Madison. The resolution of going so far is sudden. Mrs Pichon’s State of mind requires it. Mr. Madison may continue to adress any communications he may have for Mr P. at his house at Washington. Mr & Mrs. Pichon expect that...
Citizen Pichon has to direct his thanks to the Secretary of state for the ready communication made to him of the sanitary regulations provided by the United States: the Same are translating and will be transmitted to France. Cn. Pichon has to acknowledge the receit of the Secretary of state’s list of captures made by the United States which are, under the Treaty, liable to restitution. As the...
6 January 1803, Georgetown. “By information received this evening by Mr. Pichon he is led to believe that the aid de camp of Gnl. Leclerc from St. Domingo now on his way to washington brings dispatches relating to Louisiana. Mr P. has nothing Yet from the Gentleman and expects him to morrow.” RC ( DLC ). 1 p. Leclerc died of yellow fever on 2 Nov. 1802, and Hector Dauré, acting captain general...
J’ai l’honneur de vous adresser ci-incluse la réponse que je viens de recevoir du Gouverneur Général de Cube aux lettres que je lui avais adressées, et dont je vous ai donné, dans le tems, communication, relativement aux irrégularités qui se commettaient dans cette isle par des Corsaires français. Vous verrez, Monsieur, que ces lettres ont eu tout l’effet qu’on pouvait désirer. Il le serait...
Mr. Pichon presents his respects to Mr. Madison & incloses to him extracts of dispatches from St. D/ge. The two last in date are those which he received by the Necessity Victualling frigate lately arrived here to take a load of provisions. Mr. Benesech’s letter attempts to make Some apology for what was done at the Cape in relation to the american merchants. The vessell which Mr. P. thought of...
Your favor of the 20th. would have been duly acknowledged, had I not been daily expecting to leave this for washington. That of the 26th. would also have been follow’ed in time with my acknowledgements, but for the incident of Mr. Bonaparte’s Ship wreck which you have probably heard of long ago & which occasioned an excursion towards Newcastle to meet him. I have to thank you, Sir, for the...
27 October 1803, Georgetown . Presents his respects and requests that JM lay the enclosed paper before the president. Its contents summarize conversations held with the secretary of state. RC and enclosure ( DNA : RG 59, NFL , France, vol. 1). RC 1 p.; in French. For enclosure, see n. 1. The enclosure (7 pp.; in French; docketed by Wagner) is a request by Pichon that the American government...