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Having taken no Copies of the documents I had the honor to present to you, with my Statement, I could wish you would be pleased to order they may be carefully preserved; in case there should be a necessity of my having recourse to them hereafter. They run from No. 1 to No. 55. I have the honor to be, with Respect, Sir, Your Obedient Servant The preceding is the full transcription of a document...
In the letter which I had lately the honor to address you on the subject of our Consular Establishments, was contained a request for some aditional Compensation to our Consuls, especially as an equivalent for the injury they sustain by being considered to have forfeited their Rights & Privileges as Amn. Citizens if happening to reside in a Country at War with Another; it may therefore be...
My project of a commercial convention with this Regency, I am apprehensive, will produce nothing. Two circumstances operate to impede it. The protection given by the French to the Italian States, and the delays of the United States to forward their treaty Stipulations. On the 27th. ult. entered two Corsaires of the Government from a Cruise, a Xebec of 24-twelve pounders, and a Corvette of 20....
1 June 1801, Philadelphia. Expresses his continuing interest in the Cádiz consulate despite his distance from it and, devoted to duty, communicates his ideas on the following subject. Apologizes for expressing himself in Spanish but does so better in that language and knows that Wagner will translate it well. Has learned from public information how the despotic Barbarian powers have behaved...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to return to the Secretary of State Mr Pichon’s letter, and to send also sundry papers on the same subject with the remarks of the Comptroller endorsed on the same. The only objection to paying the specie part of the debt & the interest on the funded part is the demand we have against France for advances made to the Refugees of San Domingo. Those...
Having left the Hague the 22d, I arrived here the 25th. ulto. in the Evening. The next day Mr. Dawson delivered to me the Instructions, a Letter of Credence from the President to the first Consul and a Copy of the Convention with the Ratification by the President. Every Account from London mentions the Departure of Mr. Ellsworth for America. On the same Day I called upon Mr Talleyrand. Not...
1 June 1801, Washington. Requests that care be taken with documents left with JM; has taken no copies of them. RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Cap Haitien, vol. 3). 1 p.; docketed by a clerk, with the notation: “accompanying sundry documents with his statement, which he wishes to be carefuly preserved” (see Mayer to JM, 23 May 1801 ). A full transcription of this document has been added to the digital...
1 June 1801, Philadelphia. Recommends that America join with Spain and several other European powers to maintain peace. Suggests that the contribution of an armed vessel by the U.S. to an international patrol would safeguard commerce in Mediterranean. RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Cádiz, vol. 1). 1 p.; in Spanish. Incomplete; preceding page or pages not found.
My private business having required my return to this Country, I take the liberty to inform you that I Shall be obliged for a while to be absent from my Consulate of Rome, but before my departure from that Country I have entrusted my Father for the of a Vice Consul in that place, and Mr. Stefano Desplas to act for the Same employement in the Port of Civitavecchia the principal Port in the...
I beg leave to inform thee that there has lately been detained & sent into this port & Plymouth several Vessels under the American Flag, their Names &c. I take the freedom to send thee annexed—most of them I expect will be liberated very shortly—indeed the Owners of most of their Cargos obtained a Licence to permit these Vessels to load the Cargos & to discharge at Guernsey. The American...