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I have the Honor to inclose a Memo. of my Expences, at the different Places where I stopped, (on my Journey to this Place) to execute the Orders you gave me, when I left the City of Washington. You will be pleased to observe that I do not introduce into this Memo. my travelling expences. these I understand from your Instructions are to fall on myself. They have perhaps bee n somewhat increased...
§ From John Graham. 16 September 1805, New Orleans . “I had the Honor to forward to you by the last Post a Copy of a Letter from the Mayor of this City from which you would learn all that has transpired as to the Insurrection contemplated by Le Grand, or as he calls himself Grand Jean. Present appearances justify a belief that this Man had formed no party among the Negroes. “You will probably...
I had the honor to recieve your Letter of the 16th. last night. The Dispatches had been delivered to Mr. Gibbon the preceeding day, with instructions to deposit all of them, save those for England, with Mr. Short immediately on his arrival in Philadelphia. The Cypher will go on tomorrow as also the Instructions for the Departure of the Vessel, unless contrary directions should be received...
I had the Honor to recieve last Evening your Letters of the 16th. and 20th. Inst. and have today forwarded your Letters under cover of the first, to Genl Turreau and Mr Dallas. I called at the Treasury to-day to see Mr Gallatin. He was not there and I was told by Mr Jones that he would probably set off for Philadelphia this afternoon. Mr Jones promised me however, that Mr Lewis’s Letter should...
I arrived here yesterday after a passage of eighteen days from New Orleans. I came in the same Vessel with Genl Wilkinson who has brought round with him, some eight or nine of Burrs Men under an expectation that they will be important Witnesses. Some of them will probably tell all they know, but I fear this will not be the case with those who know most. The General has chartered a Pilot Boat...
I had the Honor to receive your Letter of the 6th. Inst. and the Papers which it covered. The Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury enabled me to take up Mr Lears Bill which had been protested but not returned to the owners. I have forwarded the Certificate to Mr. Magdalena and made to Mr Dallas the request you pointed out. I apprehend there will be no great difficulty in getting a Person to...
§ From John Graham. 23 October 1805, New Orleans. “I have the Honor to forward to you by this mail a copy of the Official Journal of the Governor of this Territory, from the 22d. of January (the time when mr Brown left this Office) to the 1st. July [not found]. “Circumstances over which I had no controul, prevented me from transmitting this Copy sooner; but in future I will take care to comply...
As the Post Rider will go on from your House to Mr. Monroes I take the Liberty of putting the enclosed Packet for him under Cover, to you: and leave it open that you may see Mr Daschkoff’s Official Letter. May I ask the favor of you to send to Mr Monroe the Copies which were sent to you, of the communications from Mr Crowninshield & Judge Story relative to the Fisheries, and which you...
You will see it stated in the Mercantile Advertiser of New York that the Ship Thalia has brought Dispatches from Mr. Pinkny I therefore think it necessary to advise you that these Dispatches have not as yet reached the Department. It is probably they may come on to Night and if so I shall forward them by the Post Rider tomorrow. From a Norfolk Paper which I have just seen it appears that a...
No Letters having been received from the President or yourself last Night, I have this day forwarded the necessary Instructions for the departure of the Dispatch vessel. I have been so much taken up with this Business that I have not had time to read the Dispatches received last Night from Mr. Erving therefore it is that some of his Packets go to you by this Mail unopened. With Sentiments of...