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    • Warden, David Bailie
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I have the honor of sending you the inclosed copy of an analysis of the meteoric stone that fell in the United States , with a list of vessels, and some brochures containing defences, of vessels and cargoes, made by me— I have transmitted to you several pamphlets by different opportunities, and I hope that you have received them— The late decree of the Emperor is extremely hostile—and seems to...
I had the pleasure of writing to you , on the 12th of last month, by mr Carere of Baltimore , concerning the Books forwarded to you, of which I now Send you the Booksellers receipt. I preferred Debure because he was highly recommended to me by my friends mr. Chevallier , Librarian of the Pantheon Library — and mr. Van Präet of the
mr. mazzei has sent me the inclosed letter , with a request to forward it to you by a safe channel of conveyance, which I now find by a french flag-vessel bound to new york . I had the honor of writing to you in may last , and of sending, for your acceptance, a copy of my “Essay on Consular Establishments” and brochures by mr. Corran — In June last, I sent to the care of mr. Shaler , at Ghent...
yesterday I had the pleasure of receiving your letter, of the 29th of December last , with those inclosed, which I have delivered to their address, with the exception of two, one for Gen. Kosciusko : the other , for mr. mazzei : these I shall forward by the first conveyance: the former lives in the Country near Fontainbleau . Madame De Tessé is no more: she died some months ago. gen. La...
The object of this note is to inform you, that I have recieved from mr. Ticknor of Boston , now at Gottingen , a list of Books, which he wishes me to purchase for you, with a draft on the house of Perregaux for the amount. It will give me great pleasure to execute this Commission; and I shall have them forwarded as soon as possible by the way of Havre . mr. Tracy has this day presented me a...
I had the honor of writing to you, by M r Purviance , the bearer of dispatches. I now beg leave to inclose, for your perusal, an analysis of tobacco, which you will please to present to the Philosophical Society of Philadelphia . As it is curious and interesting, it may be deemed worthy of a place in the next volume of their memoirs. The essence of tobacco, prepared in America , if allowed to...
I had the honor of sending you , the other day, from new york , thro’ the Post-Office, three no s of a Philosophical work, which I hope will reach you—From Baltimore I sent you three packets containing brochures — You were pleased to promise me a copy of your “Manual of Parliamentary practice, ” which I promised to send to a friend at Paris . If you can spare two Copies I wish much to keep one...
I have the honor of informing you, that I received, from General Bailey , the note you were pleased to write to me, inclosing a letter for mr Tracey : this day, I have received your letter of the 28th of last month , inclosing letters for Madame de Tessé , General La Fayette , and mr Walsh . I have already taken the liberty of informing you, that my departure, for France
I beg leave to inform you, that I have received your letter, of the 11th of Jan. , which gives me the pleasing hope of returning as Consul to Paris . I need not repeat how much I am indebted to you for your friendship—To be reestablished at Paris will make me quite happy, as it will afford me the means of a decent existence and of improvement in scientific pursuits—which I value more than...
I have the honor of informing you, that I forwarded, to their address, the letters which you were pleased to confide to my care. That, for Mr. Mazzei , was forwarded to him by Mr. Cathalan , of Marseilles — I inclose a letter , from Mr Walsh , in reply to that you sent by me. General La Fayette says, that he will write to you by the frigate—