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Liverpool, 19 Sep. 1792. Acknowledging TJ’s letter of 31 May 1792, he encloses the bond required by the Consular Act which he desires his brother Fontaine Maury and other friends to endorse for him. He has begun a correspondence with the American minister to London, but has not settled his account with him and will lay any disallowed expenses before TJ. He encloses the price current for this...
My last was of the tenth Instant. I shall confine myself on the present Occasion to the transmitting Copies of my Correspondence with the Ministry on the Subject of the Conference mentiond to you in mine (No. 9) of the thirtieth of last Month. I transmit however Copy of what I wrote on the twentieth of August because the Answer of the eighth of this month would not be otherwise intelligible. I...
This will be accompanied by dispatches received from Mr. Morris since the last Vessel sailed for Philadelphia, together with a continuation of the Gazettes &c. These will convey all the intelligence relating to the present busy scenes in Europe. In this Country every body of consequence is still out of London. I shall wait impatiently for instructions concerning the tenor of my conduct in...