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I have the honor to send you with this, a pacquet containing the “ Moniteur ” from October th. to this day—being the continuation of those formerly sent, and for which General Armstrong has desired me to renew the Subscription for account of Government. I hope the collection of that paper, sent by Doct: Dorsey, got Safe to Washington. Mr. Maclure and myself accompanied Col. Mercer & Mr....
12 March 1805, “Rue de Varenne No. 648,” Paris . “The last letters I had the honor of addressing you were relative to the settlement of the late Board’s Accompt and my own as one of the Commissioners. “The object of this is merely to accompany the succeeding Numbers of the Moniteur (which I have continued to forward since the 1st. of September last.) and to say that General Armstrong having...
24 November 1802, Antwerp. Notes that in his letter of 10 Sept. he acknowledged receipt of JM’s 22 June letter enclosing his commission. Had expected to be in Antwerp by October but had difficulties disposing of his house and moving his family. Left Bordeaux on 9 Oct. and did not reach Antwerp until 11 Nov. owing to family illness. Has been well received by the prefect, d’Herbouville, as well...
26 December 1803, Paris. “We send you inclosed Copies of certain Letters which have passed between the Minister of the United States & ourselves.” RC and enclosures, two copies ( DNA : RG 76, Preliminary Inventory 177, entry 119, France, Convention of 1803 [Spoliation], Correspondence); letterbook copy and letterbook copy of enclosures (ibid.); letterbook copy and letterbook copy of enclosures...
29 September 1804, Paris , “ Rue de Varenne No. 463. ” “I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt, (on the 26th. inst.,) of your favour of the 18th. of July and Send herewith the Duplicates of my letters of the 31st. Ulto. and 1st. instant with the Succeeding numbers of the Moniteur to the end of the Year 12 of the french Calender. “The Master of the Ship Active having changed his Voyage...
§ From Isaac Cox Barnet. 19 October 1805, Paris. “I have the honour to transmit to you herewith, a list of the Vessels of the United States which have entered the port of Cherbourg Since the 1st. of January last [not found] and a note furnished me by my Agent there of the State & prospect of the American Trade to that port—to this I have to add the following from his last letter dated on the...
I had the honor to write to you on the 26 March, 23 & 24 April, 29 May & 24 July last which I hope have been received. I have now that of transmitting a Report of the Vessels of the United States which have entered and cleared at the Port of Cherbourg since the 31st: December 1805 to the 1st: of July last exclusively. The account of disbursements for seamen & that with the united States at...
26 December 1803, Paris. “I received a few days ago your favor of the 30th. Septr. in which you are pleased to submit once more to my choice, the Commercial Agency of Antwerp or Havre. “The circumstances of the War—a proper view of the probable trade of the United States to both places and a due regard to my own Situation on the score of Commercial competition leave no longer any doubts on my...
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 &...
I have not had an opportunity of addressing you since the Portland sailed from here in December. With reference to some of the particulars of the letter I had then the honour of addressing you—I beg leave now to Submit to your perusal the Correspondence herewith, (No. 1), of my Agent, Mr. Pelletreau, at Rochefort, on the subject of the unfortunate Sailors tried there and condemned to twenty...