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Before I proceed to remark upon the particular causes alledged by the citizen Hauterive in his book upon the State of France at the end of the 8th: year, as having disorganized the public law of Europe, it is proper to observe, that one of the greatest apparent purposes of the work, is to hold out a lure of temptation to the Austrian cabinet . To superficial observation, this may appear to...
The papers enclosed, are 1. A press copy, of my letter to you dated 28: of last month, which I have hitherto neglected sending you—2. Do: of the Gazette N: 2. which I have sent to your father—This you will peruse and then forward to him—It will not do for publication—The plan I think might be improved so as to make it very useful, for communicating a concise view of European events—But as yet...
The general commenced by observing—That it had all along been his most sincere and ardent wish, that the two parties should meet amicably together, and discuss the merits of their respective claims to the public support and approbation—That the friends of Mr. Clinton, and those of Mr. Van Rensselaer should each agree to appoint a certain number of men of talents, and in presence of their...
Hudson [ New York ] April 21, 1801 . “I enclose you the case, in the cause of Staats & others vs Cary.…” ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Spencer, a Hudson, New York, lawyer, was appointed district attorney for the third district in 1796, and in 1797 he was a member of the Council of Appointment of New York. From 1796 to 1802 he was a member of the New York Senate. The case of...
I was well acquainted with Major Gibbs during the late revolution. He was a punctual, attentive officer and has at all times been deemed a Man of integrity and honor. It has been suggested to me that, in Case of Vacancy, the office of Marshall would be acceptable to him. I should suppose him to be competent to the discharge of the duties of that office with reputation to himself and to the...
I have the honor to transmit herewith, the answer of His Excellency the Governor, and Captain General of this Island, to an application, made by me in consequence of directions from the Department of State, under date the 11th. of December last; That Mr. John Hollins, of the city of Baltimore Mercht., might have permission to visit this place, and return, free from arrest: in order to adjust a...
21 April 1801, Treasury Department. Returns letter of Mr. Barnes and recommends immediate appointment of collector in newly created customs district. Notes that “it is usual” for commissions to pass through Treasury Department so that necessary instructions accompany them. RC ( DNA : RG 59, ML ). 1 p.; in a clerk’s hand, signed by Dexter; docketed by Wagner as received the same day. In his 9...
21 April 1801, Madrid. No. 273. Reports Czar Paul of Russia murdered, allegedly by his eldest son. Conveys word that Hamburg has been occupied by Prussian troops, British fleet has drawn near Copenhagen, and French troops assigned to the invasion of Portugal have now entered Spain. In postscript of 23 Apr. encloses copy of official Spanish complaint of piracy committed by vessel flying British...
21 April 1801, London. No. 13. Transmits, by way of Samuel Sitgreaves, copies of his correspondence with Lord Hawkesbury. Believes a settlement of the debts owed to British merchants would have been already concluded had former ministry remained in office. Under Secretary Hammond has told him that he wished question of debts settled on terms mentioned in King’s dispatch no. 6. Addington has...
21 April 1801, Bristol. Has received no letters from State Department since writing his of 18 Mar. Notes that papers transmitted (which include London prices current) report two great events in northern Europe. Will not conjecture on possible consequences except to say he is not sanguine of peace but fears the contrary. Reports that provisions continue to decline in price; weather has been wet...
Since my last respects to you of the 18h. Ultmo. I have not been honored with any of your favors. By the enclosed Papers (among which is a London Price Current) you’ll observe that two great events have la tely occurred in the North of Europe. On their probable conse q uences however, I am unwilling even to conjecture but in a ve ry limitt’d degree, well knowing that they open to us a field to...
I have written to Mr. Madison respecting the Consul of Madeira, the Marshall of Massts. Bay and the Marshall of N Jersey—To Mr. Gallatin respecting the Supervisor of N, Jersey and something of Bailey, Davis and Willett, and to Genl Smith something further of [Bailey]: to all which I take the liberty to refer you. Upon my arrival in this City I found it noised about that [Bailey] was destined...
I now inclose you the manifests for my tobo. of the Milton inspection & growth of the last year, being 7. hhds weighing 10,028 th total. Mr. Eppes’s draughts on you on my account are now fixed to mr Bell 300. D. paiable June 16. Doctr. Shore 800. D. paiable July 12. mr. Haxhall 500. D. paiable July 16. for all of which I will make provision in your hands in time to prevent the inconvenience of...
The ardent wishes of the friends of the revolution have been realized in the exaltation of yourself who laid the corner stone & who has ever been a firm & uniform supporter of its principles to the Presidential chair. The universal joy diffused over the whole face of the Country on this happy event is better felt than described. I believe among all who rejoiced none experienced more heartfelt...