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I have the honor of sending you two brochures of the national Institute, the contents of which are very interesting. I also inclose some french gazettes which contain some details concerning the situation of the french armies. Letters, which I have now received from the united States, announce the pleasing intelligence, that you will be reelected by a great majority. I have taken the liberty...
The mournful event of mr. Barlows, death, has placed in my hands, the affairs of the Legation. In supplying this vacancy, it shall be my utmost endeavor to merit your approbation. It is unfortunate, that the negotiation is averted, at a moment, when the mind of this Government seems earnest for arrangement. Dr. Stephens, whom I send as a confidential messenger, will communicate to you the...
I have already taken the liberty of transmitting to your Excellency, by mr. Todd, a copy of my defence in reply to the accusation presented by mr. Crawford, as the ground of my removal from office, or suspension of my Consular powers. Since the date of that communication I have been informed that the real motive for this decision of the Government was grounded on information, that I...