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An Agent from South America, was not long Since arrested, at Rouen in France, and has not Since...
Your two favours of May 4. came to hand by the post from Falmouth, in a Packett of Pamphlets and...
The day before Yesterday I received the Letter you did me the Honour to write me on the...
I have only Time to introduce to you Coll Smith and to request in his behalf the Honour of your...
In executing the Instructions of Congress, of the Seventh of March last, as well as all former...
Soon after the arrival of M r. Jefferson in London, We had a conference with the Ambassador of...
There is no better Advice to be given to the Merchants of the United States, than to push their...
Colonel Smith, on the third of this Month informed me, that Col Forrest, had been with him, in...
On Wednesday, the Chevalier De Pinto informed me that he had written to Lisbon, for Explanations...
The Letter you did me the honour to write me on the 11 th. of February last, containing the...
I do myself the Honour to inclose to Congress the Statute of 25. G. 3. c. 81. for the better...
the Arch Bishop of Canterbury, did me the Honour of a Visit yesterday and delivered me a Letter a...
I yesterday received Mr Remsens Letter of the 14. of December, with the Journals and Gazettes...
Permit me to congratulate the United States, upon the Acquisition of a Minister of foreign...
I have only time to acquaint you, that since my last there have been some Appearances of an...
The Reverend Fr. Adr. Vanderkemp, a Clergyman whom I knew at Leyden, for several years, will have...
The more I consider what I See and hear every day the more I am inclined to think We Shall be...
Your favour of the 27. April is, before me.— I wish very Sincerely that my family had made a...
Inclosed is a Copy of a Letter from the Portugese Minister, to me of the 7. of September and of...
I find the Spirit of the Times very different from that which you and I Saw, when We were here...
There is no Maxim more clearly settled in all Courts, and in all Negotiations between Nations,...
We meet as you know very well, so often with foreign Ministers, at Court and at other Places and...
I wrote you Yesterday, in your Ministerial Capacity as well as mine, my ulltimate Determination...
Paul Randall Esq r , who has been with M r Lamb to Algiers will have the Honour to deliver this...
I was Yesterday honoured, with your Letter of the 14 th. of October, accompanied with the...
An Agent from South America, was not long Since arrested, at Rouen in France, and has not Since...
When the Ratification of Congress, of their Treaty with the King of Prussia, arrived here, the...
I do myself the Honour to inclose the Kings Speech at the Opening of Parliament as it has been...
The Expences of Insurance on American Vessells; the Obstructions of their Commerce with Spain...
There is a Gentleman at Lisbon, who went and established himself there, as I believe partly with...