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Ten days ago, I shipped your Carriage on board a Schooner called the Hannah of Nantucket bound for Boston, and as there was no room below, I had to consent to its being secured upon Deck. Since the vessel sailed, we have had, until this day, a constant Succession of North Easterly Storms, which has given me uneasiness on account of your property on board, and in order to cover the loss, in...
26 April 1801, London. No. 15. Received instructions several months ago to procure jewels as present for bey of Tunis and had estimated cost at £7,000 sterling. That part of presents consisting of silk and woolen cloth (valued at over £1,000) has been sent to Eaton by Maw-hood and Co. Jewelry is being prepared by Rundel and Bridges to be finished in June, about the same time as the guns and...
Jacob Mayer , Esquire, late Consul of the United States at St. Domingo, will have the honor to present to you this Letter. With Mr. Mayer’s name, in his Official capacity, you cannot be unacquainted: But, being personally unknown to you, he is desirous of an introduction.—This desire, being prompted as well by his high veneration for your character, as by motives which concern the dignity of...