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I feel sensibly the want of some papers which I left in a little trunk under the care of Mr....
Bordeaux, 6 Dec. 1788. Encloses a letter which he asks TJ to forward to William Short; asks him...
Bordeaux, 1 Feb. 1789 . Intends to embark for Virginia this month or next, and asks TJ’s...
Richmond, 1 Nov. 1789 . He thinks it probable that TJ has heard through Short “of the almost...
Hors-du-Monde, 8 Jan. 1790 . From his conversation with TJ here and “from what passed between you...
On the 30th. Ulto. I did myself the pleasure to address your Excellency, expressing the hope I...
On the 30th. Ulto. I did myself the pleasure to address your Excellency, expressing the hope I...
Owing to the long and obstinate continuance of the unhappy disputes of Martinique, and finding...
I beg leave again to remind your Excellency that in none of the french colonies have they...
St. Pierre, 1 May 1791 . The lack of an exequatur and tardiness of Congress in framing...
Richmond, 20 July 1791 . He will not repeat reasons for leaving Martinique given in two letters...
Richmond, 4 Aug. 1791 . He encloses a packet lately received from the governor of Martinique, the...
For some time back I had been looking forward to the agreeable event of your arrival at...
Agreeably to your request I have called on Colo. Smith and afforded him all the information...
Soon after my late address from Norfolk I embarked for this Island and have been now some weeks...
The death of my late Partner, my want of health in the West Indies and the still existing...
In order to save the remnant of a little property, which, from the Situation of Martinique, I...
It is now a week since the Vessel in which I took my passage from Boston, came into this place,...
Many details of the disaster which have befallen this devoted Island have doubtless reached you...
I leave to Mr. Barlow , who writes to you by Mr. Lee the confidential bearer of his and this...
I cannot let pass the opportunity by Mr. Dupont, of saying in this private manner some things...
The bearer of this Mr. Thos. L. Halsey , a Gentleman of very distinguished connexions in the...
I was favored about the middle of June with your letter of the 4th. May, with a remittence, in a...
For some time past, I have been waiting to obtain from Havre & Rouen, a note of the expences paid...
I received by Genl. Armstrong the letter you have done me the favor to write in date of the 11th....
I shall make no apology for addressing to you with this a paper which has lately been received by...