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I have been for sometime past honored with your letter from Quincy, which afforded great...
The Ship Ganges Captain Mullowny, of 24 Guns, sailed the 26th Jany. 1801 for Batavia , to cruise...
I have the honor to enclose an account of the French Prisoners in the United States, shewing...
Conscious that I have no unworthy motive for giving you so much trouble—I trust you will believe...
I understand from the letter with which you honored me, of yesterdays date, that I am not to send...
I fear you will think me too great an intruder on your attention—at a time too, when your mind...
Knowing that the Comrs. of Washington, were about addressing you on a subject in which I have an...
I cannot apologize as I ought, for the freedom of this letter—and therefore I will not apologize...
French Prisoners At Boston, under the care of S. Higginson & Co. 150 At New London, Norwick,...
The attention the City of Washington has constantly experienced at your hands, leads me to hope,...