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I request that under Warrants on the appropriations mentioned in the enclosed estimate the sums therein stated may be placed in the hands of Bird Savage & Bird in London—they to be charged with the same in the Books of the Treasury. I am very respectfully &ca. Diplomatic { Salary of the Minister @ 9000. 4.500    Do. of his Secretary " 1350 675    Contingent say 900    British Treaty { Salary...
Your two Letters of the 8th. and 23d. of April have been received. In consequence of the first, a copy of the regulations for guarding our vessels against unnecessary quarantine in Foreign ports, was sent to the collector of Boston, thro’ whom I hope, you will have received it. With respect to claims of our Citizens on the Portuguese Government, the general rule to be followed is, that you aid...
I am just informed that two Citizens of the United States, John Rogers late a Captain in the Navy and Wm. Davidson have been arrested at Cape Francois by orders of the General in Chief, put into the most rigorous confinement, and otherwise treated as the vilest of Malefactors. Notwithstanding the presumption arising from the characters of those Citizens against the justice of the proceeding,...
The President having ratified the late Convention with England it is necessary that the expenses incident to the Sixth Article of the Treaty between the two Countries should immediately cease. You will be pleased to give instructions to the Special Agents employed under that Article conformably with this Intimation, and to consider the establishment of your own Office, including all the...
The famous Genl. Toussaint Louvre: arrived in Town this afternoon accompanied by several french Officers, his own aides des camps, horse Guards &cie. Soon after a General Salute was fired by all the Fleet; it might have been in honour of the General in Chief who happened to be on board the Admirals Ship when Tousstt: alighted at his House. I received a Letter a few days past directed to the...
I have requested it as a favor, to know, whether I may, or may not expect, some appointment from Administration. If you conceive the refusal of an answer ought to be conclusive, you are not perfectly acquainted with my character—for—since I am compel’d to pass the line of delicacy, you must pardon me, if I draw some just & natural conclusions, and presume, that others have been provided for,...
6 May 1802, Department of State. “Messrs Warner and Leit of Saybrook have expressed an anxiety to this Department to know the fate of the representation which you were so good as to make some time ago to the Swedish Government, concerning their Brigantine Matilda, captured by the French near the Island of St Bartholonews [ sic ]. I ask the favor of you therefore to enable me to satisfy their...
6 May 1802, New York. States that the United Insurance Company, of which he is president, has several suits pending in the New York Supreme Court, “in one of which it has become necessary to send a commission for the examination of a witness at Lisbon; and in the others to send commissions for the examination of witnesses at Madrid.” The nature of the suits and the proposed witnesses are given...
6 May 1802, Amsterdam. “We had the honor to address you on the 10 February acknowledging receipt of your esteemed favor 11. September Ulto. and have Since been deprived of any of your letters. The purport of the present is that Ch: Pinckney Esqe. Minister of the U. S. at the Court of Madrid has sent us copy of your letter 11. September Ulto. directing us to hold subject to his disposal any...
Letter not found. 6 May 1802, South Kingston, Rhode Island. Acknowledged in Daniel Brent to Hazard, 17 May 1802 (DNA: RG 59, DL, vol. 14). Asks about the prosecution of his claims against Great Britain and France. Brent replied that George W. Erving had replaced Samuel Williams in Great Britain and suggested that Hazard write to Robert R. Livingston regarding his claims against France.