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[ Annapolis, 7 May 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “Chevr. D’Anm. Qu. if Cazeau left the money—countermand kettles—invitation to breakfast and dine—requisitions, Western territory Commercial resolutions.” Not found.]
In compliance with the request which you were pleased to lay before us, I am now to authorize the forces of his most Christian majesty to land in such place, and his vessels to withdraw into such harbours within this commonwealth as the Admiral or other commanding officer shall think proper and to procure houses for the purpose of hospitals. In determining on the place of his debarkation and...
I received your favor from Baltimore and shall carefully attend to the notifying you of the arrival of any fleet here from your nation or other circumstance which I may think interesting to you. The enemy have left us as you will before have heard. Tho’ I do not wish for new occasions of calling together my countrymen to try their valour, yet I really wish, as they were called together that...
[ Annapolis, 12 Mch. 1784 . Entry in SJL , immediately under the entry for the letter to D’Anmours of 9 Mch., reads: “do. campkettles.” Not found.]
Your favour of the 3rd instant came to hand last night by Captain Laport. It is unfortunate for you that Major Galvan had left the station. It happened thus. The sailing of the french fleet in two divisions was a circumstance equally unknown to Major Galvan and my self. I received a Letter from General Washington congratulating me on the arrival of the french fleet in general terms, and no...
I duly rec d the copy of your late pamphlet on shipbuilding, and your favor of the 11 th is now at hand requesting ‘my jdmt on it as a means of bringing it into early & gen l practice in the US.’ born & bred among the mountains, and scarcely knowing the head from the stern of a ship it would be great presumption in me to offer to my f.c. a jdmt on a subject on which they know that I must be so...
I am duly sensible of the mark of consideration you ha ve been so kind as to shew me in consulting me on the subject of your new system in ship and boat building; but neither my occupations nor habits permit me any longer to indulge myself in speculations of that kind: and at no time of my life should I have been a competent judge of this. born and educated among the mountains, I am quite a...
I beg leave to communicate through you the inclosed answer to the Representation which came to me under cover from you, & to add the assurances of my respect. MH .
J’ai l’honneur de vous annoncer qu’on vient d’etablir des paquetbotes qui doivent partir de Bourdeaux pour la Nouvelle York tous les deux mois, c’est à dire le 15. de Janvier, Mars, Mai, Juillet, Septembre et Novembre, et que ces paquets-botes vous offriront toujours des occasions tres sures d’envoyer des lettres ou des effets à Elizabeth town qui est dans la voisinage de la Nouvelle York. Il...
[ Paris, 2 Mch. 1786. An entry in SJL under this date reads: “la Comtesse d’anteroche. That I had written to enquire her son.” Not found, but see TJ to James Monroe, same date.]