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17 April 1809, Paris. The acting American consul in Paris congratulates JM on his election as...
I had the honor of lately writing to you to congratulate You on your elevation to the Presidency...
I have the honor of offering, for your acceptance, the life of the Duke of Malborough lately...
I have the honor of presenting to you a memoir in the Case of the Jefferson , which was prepared...
I am almost ashamed to address you again on the subject of my continuance here as Consul and...
I have the honor of sending you some newspapers and two memoirs relating to Prize Causes, and am,...
I have the honor of sending you a file of newspapers which contains an acct. of the late...
I have the honor of sending you by Captain Fenwick, a copy of Mr. Bottas’ “ Storia della guerra...
I have the honor of sending you the inclosed newspapers and brochures . I am, at present, much...
I have the honor of sending you copies of some of my memoirs in defense of american vessels and...
General armstrong having informed me verbally of the appointment of Mr. Russell as Charge...
In consequence of the enquiry which you were pleased to make last evening, with respect to my...
I beg leave to offer you the following explanation concerning my conduct as Agent of Prize...
I had the honor of receiving your letter, of the 11th Instant, the evening before the John Adams...
My delicate situation renders it an incumbent duty to reply to all the insinuations made against...
On my return here, I found an Edition, in 8vo, of the Essai politique sur La Nouvelle Espagne —of...
I beg leave to inform you, that on my arrival, at Paris, I ascertained, that a person, of New...
I have the honor of communicating to you, the following statement of the Manufactory of sugar...
I have the honor of transmitting to you the inclosed copies of letters, relating to my employment...
I have the honor to send you a Brochure “on the principles, and laws of armed neutrality,” of...
I have the honor of sending you two brochures of the national Institute, the contents of which...
The mournful event of mr. Barlows, death, has placed in my hands, the affairs of the Legation. In...
I have already taken the liberty of transmitting to your Excellency, by mr. Todd, a copy of my...