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We received here on the 13th. instant, the advice of the recent measures in England indicative of the renewal of War. This news and the double levy of consc r ipts gives serious uneasiness to every class of people here and particularly to the foreign Merchants. Foreign produce rose immediately, very considerably, and in any event will, in my opinion continue at elevated prices for some time,...
On the 26th. Decer. we had the honor of transmitting to your Department a Report of the State of the Business before this Commission on that day, together with Copies of sundry Letters which had passed between the Minister of the United States & ourselves. We now send Duplicates of these Papers with Copies of other Letters which have for their object the means of defraying the necessary &...
26 December 1803, Paris. Having been informed by Livingston on 23 Dec. of the ratification of the treaty with France and the president’s confirmation of their appointment, they transmit a report of their business. 26 December 1803, Paris. “On the 29th. of June, two of the undersigned being in Paris, received from the American Ministers, Commissions to carry provisionally into execution the...
10 September 1804, Paris. “In addition to the Subjects of my Letter of the 31st. Ulto. and 4th. instant, of which I have now the honour to enclose a Duplicate, with that of the 1st.—I beg leave to State that the Ship Mac Still remains out of the reach of her pretended purchasers—and unmolested (except by the worms—the weather and expences of Storage & Keeper) in the Basin of Antwerp—waiting...
I have the honor to transmit to you herewith, A Report of the Vessels of the United States which have entered and cleared at the port of Cherbourg from the first day of July 1806 to the 30th. of June inclusive, together with the accots. of monies received and paid there in pursuance of Law from the first of January 1806 to the 30th. of June 1807 inclusively, and the Accompt of my Deputy at...
Since our last Letter of the 28th. of Jany: ulto. we have been occupied in examining the Claims found on the Conjectural Note and have directed the Liquidation of 147, Ninety-seven of which arise from the Embargo at Bordeaux. We have rejected as not included within the principles of the Convention, 57, a List of which is hereunto annexed with the nature and qualifications of each, particularly...
19 June 1803, Paris . Acknowledges receipt of JM’s letter of 9 Apr. and his commission as commercial agent at Le Havre, which he accepts “with gratitude.” Proposes to delegate his present powers to John Mitchell; will leave for his post as soon as he receives his exequatur. Believes Mitchell is “the most suitable person” to continue the duties, since he “now holds the office under a temporary...