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Capt. Harding delivered me your letter. I fear I Can render him little service. The Inclosed...
Mr. John Dumeste, born in France was in this Country previous to the Revolution, married in this...
9 July 1801, Baltimore. Warns that Habersham’s changes in the mail route from Philadelphia to...
Heretofore the Route for the Mail from Philadelphia to Pittsburg has been thro: Carlisle &...
12 July 1801, Baltimore. Presents Mr. O’Mealy, whom Smith has mentioned as possible commercial...
Mr. Patterson, who applies for the Consulat⟨e⟩ at Nantz, is the son of the former Collector...
I have been in such excessive Pain for a few Days from something like the Rheumatism in my Jaws,...
Mr. Pitcairn the Consul at Hamburg is a Merchant of Considerable Credit & well supported in New...
I had observed that Pichon meant to be a little troublesome, Genl. Dearborne tells me he has...
The Inclosed letter from Mr. Iznardi is in Consequence of my letters recommending his resigning...