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I now return you the papers forwarded by the merchants of Philadelphia and Boston on the subject of the wrongs they complain of at Buenos Ayres. I observe that they have not gone into a developement of the subject. Two or three cases are opened with some degree of detail; as to the rest we have only a list of the ships for which our interference is claimed. But in cases where a hair’s breadth...
17 August 1802, New York. Notifies JM of his arrival in New York after a passage of fifty-seven days from London; “I shall conc[e]ive it my duty to proceed to the Seat of Government when I am advised of your being there.” Asks JM to “direct a remitta⟨nce⟩ to me here of three or four thousand doll⟨ars⟩ which I expect will [be] due to me on a settlemen⟨t⟩ of my Accounts.” RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD ,...
I have the honor to advise y ou of my arrival here Yesterday, after a passage of 57 days from London. I shall conc e ive it my duty to proceed to the Seat of Government when I am advised of your being there, & of which you will have the goodness to inform me. My late Letters from London would advise you of the refusal of Messr. Bird, Savage & Bird to advance me money on the req uisition of Mr....
Encouraged by that Philanthropy of disposition for which you are so eminently distinguished among the human race, I presume to lay before you a few particulars, which, tho’ they only relate to myself in the first place, yet you may possibly think not beneath your serious attention, as the object to which they are finally and ultimately directed, is the relieving the Miseries and Distresses of...
I enclose herewith the following papers Recommendation for Commisrs. of Bankruptcy at Poukepsie in support of those formerly made by Bailey & Van Cortland Certificate of Mr Nourse showing that Mr Hopkins has charged for two clerks according to law. Whether he has employed only one, your informant should substantiate if it be true. Letters relative to the incapacity of Claud Thomson collector...
Jespair que la presente Resûe vous trouvaira En bonne Senté, je resûe, vôtre, honorable lettre le 16—datée du 13 ausitôt, Je me sui, Enpraicé, d’avoir l’honneur di repondre. Monsieur Je fait venir, le pompié pour examiner la pompe de la maison, il, ma promit de la mettre En bonne ordre,—Monsieur, le paûvre, petit Enfant asnet est Mor le 14. du Courant, mais je vous asur que le Bon dieux, lui...
I now return you the papers forwarded by the merchants of Philadelphia and Boston on the subject of the wrongs they complain of at Buenos Ayres. I observe that they have not gone into a developement of the subject. two or three cases are opened with some degree of detail; as to the rest we have only a list of the ships for which our interference is claimed. but in cases where a hair’s breadth...
We the Subscribers, Merchants, & other Inhabitants of Marblehead, have noticed, with no small concern, the information, contained in the public prints of the intended removal from office, of Samuel R. Gerry esqr. Collector of this port. And altho’ we have no disposition improperly to interfere in any of the acts of your administration, and are persuaded that, in this instance in particular,...
I inclose you a letter from a mr Isaac Mansfield as attorney for the representative of James Mugford , who was killed in an action on board a vessel which he commanded whereby, under the then existing regulations, his widow became entitled to a bounty . I inclose it to you because, if entitled by the existing laws, the [inquiries] first come to your office for it’s sanction before it could be...
Captain James Barron and some other Officers of the Navy who have been heretofore commissioned but whose Commissions for the want of proper blanks being then ready were filled up on such as were originally intended for Warrants, are solicitous for the sake of appearance, to have them exchanged; I have therefore the honor to request your signature to the 15 blank Commissions transmitted...