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Your two letters on La Harpe, I have taken the liberty to publish in the Port Folio, and I have now to ask the favor of you, as your leisure & inclination may serve, to pursue your extracts & comments upon any portion of that great work, which you may find agreeable or think useful. I make this request in behalf of the Editor of the Port Folio, who will be flattered & obliged by any literary...
Last eveng. I received a letter from Govr. Clairborne [ sic ], inclosing a copy of one from you to him; and a letter for Mr. Morales the Intendt. of this Province, which I immediately delivered to him. In my letter of the 15th. Inst. which inclosed a triplicate of the Intendt’s. decree, permitting the entry of Eatables (only) for the supply of the Province, from the American countries on the...
Since my last the cabbin of the ship Richmond is taken for me at 800. dolrs. The ship is destined to Hambg. but will land me at Havre, by approaching the town sufficiently near to make the landing easy. The stores will form an additional charge. The charges incident to the engagment of the warren, by detention &ca will amount to abt. 500. Had she not been dismissed they wod. have been more...
25 February 1803, Liverpool. Last wrote on 27 Jan. Encloses a price current for U.S. goods [not found] and a report of American exports and imports for the six months ending 31 Dec. 1802 [not found]. Exports heretofore have been “almost exclusively confined” to U.S. ships. The countervailing duty, which was expected to operate to American disadvantage following the peace, especially in the...
I had the Honor to write to you on the 27th. past. In this I inclose you a price current for our exports with a state of the Imports from, & exports to, the United States for the last six months ending 31 Decr. The exports as heretofore have been almost exclusively confined to our vessels, and indeed the countervailing duty, which it was generally imagined would, after peace, have operated...
Th: Jefferson presents his respects to Bishop Carroll acknoleges the reciept of his letter of the 20th. and of the letters therein inclosed , which he this day re-inclosed to mr Coppinger at his particular request. he tenders his friendly salutations. PrC ( DLC ); endorsed by TJ in ink on verso. letters therein inclosed : for the letters from Nehemiah Bartley to Joseph Coppinger, see Coppinger...
In compliance with a request of the House of Representatives of the US. as well as with a sense of what is necessary, I take the liberty of urging on you the importance and indispensible necessity of vigorous exertions, on the part of the state governments, to carry into effect the militia system adopted by the national legislature, agreeably to the powers reserved to the states respectively,...
Mr George Wolcott of Windsor in Hartford county, in this state, brother of Alexander Wolcott Esqr., is desirous of being appointed surveyor of the port of Saybrook, in the district of Middletown, should Mr Dickinson , the present holder of that office be displaced, an event which I presume must soon take place.   George Wolcott has been as essentially injured by the persecution of the...
Having occasion to pay 1000. D. in Richmond on the 10th. of March ensuing I have drawn on you for that sum payable then to Craven Peyton, for which you shall be duly provided. mr Barnes will put the money into the mail here on the 8th. and you will consequently recieve it on the 9th. Two small boxes, not ready in time for Capt Sprogall, will follow by the first vessel to be forwarded to...
It may be gratifying to learn the temper of friends, in distant parts of the Country. By the enclosed you will perceive one I hope, in which, the spirit of republicanism is about to exhibit, itself, in Massachusetts. Similar preparations, it is said, are making in other parts of that State—Such things have a double effect—to animate on the one hand, on the other, to depress—All my late...