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    • Warden, David Bailie
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I had the honor of receiving your letter , of the 25th of February, from Mr. Coles . I forwarded the packet and letter for Mr Mazzei , to Mr. Cathalan , by a safe and private conveyance. The one for Professor Blumenbach shall be transmitted to him by the first opportunity. The information you are pleased to communicate, concerning a candidate for the place I occupy, gives me much uneasiness. I...
I had the pleasure of writing to you by the Wasp sloop of war, and of sending you several brochures. I am instructed, by the Secretary of the agricultural Society , to send you the last volume of their transactions. I inclose a map which the author beg you to accept. more than twenty American vessels, with rich cargoes, have been lately carried to different ports of France , Holland , and...
I have forwarded to you, by mr. Deseaves Descaves , via Havre , a collection of seeds from mr. Thouin , which he promises to send to you from Baltimore , where he proposes to reside. The trunk containing Books and pamphlets for you and mr. Short , addressed to the care of mr. Shaler ,
I have the honor of sending you, to the care of Mr. Bullus , a history of Poland , and a brochure, which are presented to you, by the author—a Polish General . I lately sent a copy of the same, via Holland : if you receive both, please to give one to the Philosophical Society of Philadelphia . I long to hear from you in your retreat. If you publish any work, I beg you to send a copy for the...
I beg leave to inform you, that I have received the volume for general La Fayette . I shall set out tomorrow, for annapolis , where I expect to embark for France , with mr Barlow , in the course of a few days— the French Minister has received dispatches from France announcing the Emperors’ decision to admit into the ports of his Empire, the productions of the United States — It is stated, that...
I am informed that you have been pleased to write to the President of the united States in my behalf. I feel deeply grateful for this favor; and beg leave to send you the inclosed copy of a letter addressed to me by the Prince of Benevent , which completely justifies me on the only point of accusation against me renewed by mr. Crawford . I wait with great anxiety the decision of the...
I had the honour of writing to you , on the 12th Instant, inclosing the invoice of your Books, which mr. Carere of Baltimore had promised to have shipped on board his vessel about to sail for that port: but the house of Hottinguer has since informed me, that they have been put on board of the ship united states , bound to New york , and addressed to the Collector of that port. I inclose the...
I beg leave to inform you, that the Essex is arrived, and that we expect to sail in the course of eight, or ten days. I received, from Mr. Graham , the note which you were pleased to write, with the inclosed letter for Paris — Since that time, I took the liberty of sending you a copy of my translation of Gregoires’ work on Blacks, in which he examines your opinions concerning their capacity...
our minister, mr. Gallatin , has arrived at Paris , and handed me your letter of the 17th of may. Finding that the Peacock does not return directly to the United States , I have requested a friend of mine, m r Carere of Baltimore , to have your Books sent from
I beg leave to inform you that I have written to my friend Doctor Stephenson to send you, as soon as possible, some of the Fioren grass, which will no doubt as you observe, be a very valuable acquisition in this Country.— I am almost ashamed to renew the subject of my appointment to you, but my unfortunate situation obliges me to state that the President informed me today that he cannot...