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I had the honor to write to you unofficially & very much at large on the 12t Jany; it will not be...
With my last dispatches to the department of state I had the honor to address you a private...
I had the honor to write to you on the 5t May, since then I have received a letter from Mr Smith,...
The last letter which I took the liberty of addressing to you was dated Cadiz June 10t. I do not...
In my last letters to Mr Smith I mentioned my intention of returning to the United States;...
You have doubtless noticed lately in our gazettes, an informal paragraph relative to the line of...
I had the pleasure to receive in Boston your letter of Septr 25, acknowledging rect of that which...
I was in hopes that I shoud have learnt in my communications with Senr Onis, on my passage thro’...
I arrived here on the evening of the 8t, & yesterday received from Mr Hamilton your letter of...
Soon after my arrival here (viz on the 1st. inst) I saw Mr Joy, & delivered to him the letter...
I had visited the principal ports of Italy, & resided two months at Naples, when (on 26 Jany) I...
All the papers of the legation have been delivered to Mr Crawford since the 30th July; Mr Barlows...
Amongst the various changes produced, & to be produced in Europe, by the abdication of the...
On the 23d of September I received a despatch from the secretary of State inclosing the...
When I took the liberty of addressing you on the 6th Oct. it was to be expected that the...