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Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Daniel Brent and informs him that the blanks for commrs. of bankruptcy were signed, & by the return of the same post, were forwarded either to mr Madison or mr Brent, he rather believes the former. that for Storey is signed & returned by this post to mr Madison for his signature. the post of the 20th. inst. is the last one by which any thing should...
Yours by yesterday’s post is recieved. the letter to Higginson & others is entirely approved, and is sealed & forwarded to mr Brent. the Consulate at Nantes must be disposed of according to our former arrangement. I do not know whether the mr Lynch recommended is the one who was living at Nantes when I was in France, or his son. of that one there is something not favourable resting in my mind,...
Your favor of the 8th. was recieved yesterday. by that I learn that on my letter to mr Munroe , referring to himself and mr Mason to consider whether the sale of mr Stoddert’s lots might be postponed for some time without injury to the public, they had been of opinion it could, and had accordingly postponed it to the 25th. of Oct. the same reasons being in favor of the indulgence you ask. I...
I was honoured on the 5th. instant, with your letter of the 22d. June accompanying my Commission of Commercial Agent for Antwerp, and several inclosures. Their duplicates have reached me since. I am preparing to leave this and expect to be at my post by the beginning of October. Your Instructions, Sir, and our Laws shall be my only guide in the fulfillment of the important and honourable trust...
In establishing a trading house with the Chocktaws, we find from the best information, that a site on the Tombigby will be much the most convenient in every point of view, but as such an establishment would probably interfere with the trade of the House of Panton & others of Pensacola, their influence with the Spanish Government may produce an opposition to our navigating the river, it may...
Docr. Thornton wishes to dispose of a bill of Exchange for five hundred pounds sterling, on Quintin Dick Esqr London. The bills are at 60 days sight, and are sent with blanks, to Mr. Riddle of Alexandria, who is authorized to sell them. Should your department be in want of money in London, he wishes you to be acquainted with the opportunity. He has satisfied me that the draught is made on...
I had the honor of addressing you on the 23d. ultimo Copy of which you have herewith; I now have the pleasure to inclose you a Packet received from Charles Pinckney Esqr. at Madrid, a General List of all the arrivals in this Port since the first of July 1800. untill the 30th. June ultimo, Copy of the Circular received from Mr. John Gavino of Gibraltar, and to advise you of the rumour spread...
10 September 1802, Bordeaux. Has received JM’s letter of 22 June [not found] enclosing his commission as commercial agent for Antwerp. “I am preparing to leave this and expect to be at my post by the beginning of October.… The post assigned me equals my highest wishes.” Will sign the necessary bonds and transmit them to his uncle, Dr. Barnet of New Jersey, for the signatures of his sureties....
10 September 1802, Cadiz. Transmits a copy of his letter to JM of 23 Aug. and a packet from Charles Pinckney; encloses a list of arrivals at Cadiz from 1 July 1800 to 30 June 1802 [not found] and a copy of circular from John Gavino. Advises JM of “the rumour spread about here of the Algerins having, or being on the point of declaring War against Great Britain.” RC and enclosure ( DNA : RG 59,...
I received with lively sensibility, the honourable mark of confidence and good opinion you have been pleased to confer upon me by appointing me to the Commercial Agency of Antwerp.— It was the more impressive from my having received no previous notice from any person and I esteem it the more flattering from a hope that my past conduct has merited your approbation and been the principal agent...