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Annexed I send you the copy of a letter which I have just received from Lord Hawkesbury on the subject of the Depredations upon our Trade in the West-Indies. As there can be no objection to it’s publication, you will perhaps think it advisable to have the Letter and it’s enclosures printed in our news papers, by which means it will reach the West-Indies, and be seen by those whose abuses it...
1 June 1801, Aranjuez. No. 279. Recounts his unsatisfactory discussion with Spanish minister Cevallos concerning American claims. Reports developments in war against Portugal and, in a postscript of 10 June from Madrid, news of peace treaty and its ratification by the Spanish court. Encloses his correspondence [not found] remonstrating against duty on American shipping engaged in Spanish...
I have been much engaged since the Reciept of your Favour, enclosing Robinson’s Cases, & Strickland’s Observations on American Agriculture. I return you my grateful Acknowledgments for your Kindness & Attention. It was with Difficulty I prevailed on the Printer to continue the Publication of Robinson’s Cases. It is a Work much interesting to the Citizens of these United States, diplomatic,...
1 June 1801, Philadelphia. Explains that private business has required his return to the U.S. Before his departure, he appointed his father vice-consul in Rome and Stefano Desplas vice-consul at Civitavecchia, “the principal Port in the Roman Territory.” Requests that his absence be excused. Has today received a letter from Desplas of 10 Mar. reporting Tripoli’s threat of a declaration of war...