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§ From George W. Erving. 19 July 1805. No. 34. “In my of the 16th I mentioned that Mr Monroe had...
I have the honor to inform you that I arrived at Falmouth on the 16th., at this place on the...
It is impossible for me to represent to you in adequate terms the very distressed State of our...
I had the honor to write to you on the 8th. & 21st. April: th e 8th. upon the subject of the late...
My last unofficial letter was dated Jany. 29. On the 15 Instt. I had the pleasure to Receive one...
By Mr Dawson who left us a few days since I had the honor of writing to you (No 1 Sepr 29t) since...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of April 19h. and in conformity to the...
20 April 1805, London . “Private No 31.” “I sincerely hope that you may think it proper to have...
My last unofficial letter was of March 24th. and is the only one of which I have preserved a copy...
30 April 1803, London. No. 18. “I had the honor to address you in No. 12. of Jany 1st. upon...
I have the honor herewith to transmit to you an ordinance or "provision" of the Council of...
With my dispatch No. 55 (Novr. 11th.), I had the honor to submit to you copies of my replies to...
28 September 1803, London . No. 23. Transmits his semiannual accounts as agent for the...
I am highly flattered by the very obliging manner in which you have condescended to receive the...
When I had last the honor of writing to you, (June 22nd. to 27th.) a determined opposition to the...
10 June 1805, London . No. 61. “I have the honor herewith to transmit a Statement of my...
I omitted in my last to say any thing respecting the Russian fleet in the Tagus, because several...
20 October 1801, London. No. 3. Has received JM’s 1 Aug. circular and will follow instructions...
With my last dispatch, dated March 17th. I had the honor to submit to you copy of a note to the...
In your Circular Instructions to the Consuls dated Augt. 1 1801 adverting to the practice which...
29 July 1802, American Consulate, London. No. 9. Encloses copies of letters from Simpson and the...
I have had the honor of receiving my Commission as Consul for this Port u pon the nomination of...
My last unofficial letter was of Septr. 13; If perchance I have obtained any credit with you for...
21 March 1803, London. No. 17. “Since the commencement of the present Misunderstanding between...
6 March 1802, London. No. 6. Reports the proceedings of the Board of Commissioners under article...
30 November 1801, American Consulate, London. No. 5. Encloses incomplete accounts of proctors for...
2 February 1805, London . No. 48. “I have the honor herewith to inclose copy of a letter which I...
The supreme central Junta of government having gotten into full activity; tho it had not...
§ From George W. Erving. 17 April 1806, London. No. 6. “I wrote to you last on the 24th of Feby...
I hasten to transmit to you copy of a Circular letter Received from our Consul General at...
26 July 1803, London . Forwards the enclosed letters at the request of John M. Forbes, U.S....
Lest you may not receive it by any mo re Early conveyance I lose no tim e in forwarding the...
18 May 1804, London. No. 33. “Conformably to a clause in your instructions of April 4th. 1803 it...
Pursuant to the determination which I mentioned in my last official letter to you from London, to...
I have the honour to inclose herewith a Statement of the demands of the Proctors e mployed in the...
20 January 1803, London. Private No. 12. Again troubles JM with a long dispatch but hopes it will...
At the Request of J. Forbes o ur Consul at Hamburgh I forward the inclosed. With perfect Respect...
I have this day drawn a Bill o f Exchange upon you for Two thousand five hundred and fifty five...
My last of the 7th. Instant communicated to you the very disagreeable intelligence that Messrs....
15 June 1804, London. No. 37. “By the Ship Virginia Captain Dixon which leaves this place to day...
I have the honor to acquaint you that the British government have deemed it Expedient to blockade...
By the report of the Spanish official as published in Madrid Gazette, which was referred to in...
No 1. of the inclosed copies is a further note to Mr. Cevallos (dated Jany. 2d.) respecting the...
I had the honor to write to you on the 13t. & on the 26th. Ulto. communicating the intelligence...
I had visited the principal ports of Italy, & resided two months at Naples, when (on 26 Jany) I...
Owing to the interruption of the communication between this country & Holland, I have not been...
According to present appearances, the surprizing efforts which this country has made are likely...