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For very particular reasons which it is not at present necessary to explain, I request you to invite mr James Brackett and Captain John Hall to go with you, and take a view of the following parcels of Land Real estate, and give me Your judgments in writing of the present value of them. viz The House and Land which were my Fathers which I bought of you, With the Buildings now on the premisses,...
Business & bad weather have thus far detained me. I hope to set out tomorrow morning, if the mail of this evening brings nothing to interfere. There is a rumour that hostilities have commenced between G. B. & France. The event is to be expected from the positions taken by both parties both in arms & in negociation. Yrs. truly RC ( InHi ). Addressed to Hite at Orange Court House, Virginia.
Inclosed herewith is a Blank Commission for the Consulate at Antwerp, vacated by the translation of Mr. Barnett to Havre de Grace. The President wishes the Blank to be filled with the name of Daniel Strobel if that gentleman chuses to accept the appointment; and in case of his declining it, with the name of Jacob Ridgway. The latter is established at Antwerp, and so I believe is the former....
I have conditionally engaged a neat handsome Chariot for you, with a pair of best plated harness, at 500$. Particulars and a description of it, I will give in a day or two, having, so far engaged, on the advice & opinion of Mr: Kerr, without having, as yet, seen it, altho’ under reservation to be finished as I may direct. If I conclude a purchase, I will arrange the payment to meet your...
5 May 1803, “Lazzaretto of St. Rocco,” Leghorn. No. 4. Refers to his 30 Mar. dispatch , which informed JM of his intention to remain with Commodore Morris “as I presumed that I should be able to convince him of the propriety of proceeding off Tripoli immediately & of taking me with him in order to commence a negotiation with that Regency according to the tenor of my instructions.” On 6 Apr. he...
5 May 1803, Gibraltar. No. 120. Has still received no letters from JM. Refers JM to his last, no. 119 of 29 Apr. , in which he wrote that Tripoli had declared war against the Netherlands and enclosed his account for the last year. “On the 3d: Instant arrived an Extraordinary Corrier to the Governor from Alicant in 5 days, informing him of the British Consul of Algier Mr. Falcon having got...
In my last of the 30th: of March I had the honor to inform you that I intended to remain some time longer with Comodore Morris, as I presumed that I should be able to convince him of the propriety of proceeding off Tripoli immediately & of taking me with him in order to commence a negotiation with that Regency according to the tenor of my instructions. I fail’d in the attempt and on the 6th:...
Still deprived the honor of any of your favrs. I beg leave to referr to my last Despatch No. 119 under 29th. Ulto. by which you will have seen Tripoly had Declared Warr against the Dutch. It also accompanied last years Amount of Publick Expenditure being $174:77 which with $99:91 for the Year 1801 made $274:68 for which I then passd a Bill on you a twenty days Sight my order, and doubt not...
I recieved yesterday evening the Pensées de Pascal, and am particularly pleased with the edition, being fond of those which are small & handy & particularly the petit formats. I shall be glad to recieve the work of Cuvier. perhaps it may be the very one which I asked for the last year under the title of his Comparative anatomy , doubting whether that was the title. but it is enough that it is...
Th Jefferson asks the favor of a consultation with the heads of Departments on Saturday at 11 OClock— RC ( NHi : Gallatin Papers); partially dated; addressed: “The Secretary of the Treasury.” Not recorded in SJL . consultation : see Notes on a Cabinet Meeting, 7 May . According to TJ’s notes, cabinet meetings were held on 10 other Saturdays between 16 July 1803 and 25 Feb. 1809. He may have...