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In the letter which I had lately the honor to address you on the subject of our Consular...
I continue as long as possible to send you my gazette; but I now hope in the course of three...
Herewith you will receive the commission under which you are to reside in St. Domingo, and a copy...
I have recd. your favor of the 23 Ult. Callendar made his appearance here some days ago in the...
The President being desirous of diminishing expense whenever economy can be reconciled with the...
My project of a commercial convention with this Regency, I am apprehensive, will produce nothing....
I beg leave to inform thee that there has lately been detained & sent into this port & Plymouth...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to return to the Secretary of State Mr Pichon’s...
Annexed I send you the copy of a letter which I have just received from Lord Hawkesbury on the...
Having left the Hague the 22d, I arrived here the 25th. ulto. in the Evening. The next day Mr....
I have been much engaged since the Reciept of your Favour, enclosing Robinson’s Cases, &...
1 June 1801, Department of State. Recalls Smith for reasons of economy; requests him to assure...
1 June 1801, Aranjuez. No. 279. Recounts his unsatisfactory discussion with Spanish minister...
1 June 1801, Washington. Requests that care be taken with documents left with JM; has taken no...
1 June 1801, Philadelphia. Explains that private business has required his return to the U.S....
1 June 1801, Philadelphia. Recommends that America join with Spain and several other European...
1 June 1801, Department of State. “In one of your Reports to this Office concerning Impressed...
1 June 1801, Philadelphia. Expresses his continuing interest in the Cádiz consulate despite his...
Having taken no Copies of the documents I had the honor to present to you, with my Statement, I...
My private business having required my return to this Country, I take the liberty to inform you...
The letter of Mr: Humphries enclosing other communications from Mr. OBrien & Mr: Cathcart ,...
We take the liberty of addressing you upon a Subject highly interresting to our Country. We are...
We have taken into consideration the prospect of an encreased Representation in Congress, and...
By a Regulation of the Commissioners of this City, approved by the President July 15th. 1794,...
The Secretary of the Treasury within three days after his arrival here made the enquiry on the...
Your favors of May 26. & 28. are both recieved, and their contents duly noted. I this day draw on...
The very friendly favor you did me the honor to write in reply to my letter on the subject of the...
We have at length heard from the person in Smithfield (Mr. George Purdie) of whom enquiry was...
Jas. Monroe’s best respects to Mr. Jefferson. As the person for whose benefit the enclosed was...
Mr. James Taylor Jr informd me he had sent by Capt Stephen Moore two pipes of Brasil wine & had...
I have duly recieved yours of May 18. and sincerely congratulate you on the legacy which has...
I Thomas Jefferson do hereby certify that Richard Richardson to whom this paper is delivered is a...