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The second of G H having considered it proper to subjoin an explanatory note to the statement mutually furnished, it becomes proper for the gentleman who attended Col Burr to state also his impressions with respect to those points on which their exists a variance of opinion. In doing this he pointedly disclaims any idea disrespectful to the memory of G H, or an intention to ascribe any conduct...
I have recd. a series of private letters from you down to Apl. 26. In one of them was inclosed a duplicate of the Parisian bill concerning the plate, the original of which had been previously recd. I find it specified the façon of so small a portion of the articles that I cannot estimate the amount for the whole due to you; As you can supply the omission much better than I can do, I must pray...
You are not unacquainted with the causes which have hitherto suspended a settlement of the claim of Dr. Stevens against the United States. He has complained of the delay which has already taken place; but as these causes still exist in part, I am not yet prepared to decide on every item of his account. As it is just that a part of his claim about which there is reason to believe that there...
Since my letter of 18th feby your draft of £168.15. in favor of Thos Kinkead has been honored. On all future occasions of the sort may I take the liberty to request you will be so good as accompany the draft with a letter of advice; for, without it, there always is a degree of risk in the acceptor, from forgery &C. I have nearly finished the sales of your tobaccoe & in my next hope to have the...
21 July 1804, Le Havre. “Since mine of the 5h. I have received the Returns from Dieppe of the Vessells enterd at that port [not found] & forward it ⅌ this Occasion. This Day the Embargo is raised and I hope the Vessells detaind at fecamp & Dieppe will be able to sail. I forward the last News papers from Paris.” RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Havre, vol. 1). 1 p.; docketed by Wagner as received in October.
21 July 1804, Bremen. “I beg leave to refer you to my last Respects of the 17th March inclosing therewith a faithful Translation of a special Order of his Prussian Majesty to his Consuls in this City, concerning their Difference with the Senate of Bremen. “I have since been honoured with your much esteemed circular Letter of the 1st October 1803, accompanied with a Copy of the Laws passed in...
I recieved last night your favor of the 14th. and have to thank you for the Halibut and tongues & sounds. having opened one of the boxes only and finding no fins in it I had concluded they were not to be had. I shall find them in the other box at Monticello to which place they go. whenever you will be so good as to let me know the cost it shall be remitted. the conduct of the Cambrian has...
I recieved last night your favor of July 17. Doctr. Franklin left nothing with me when he left Paris, not even a scrip of a paper; because we concurred in opinion that as he left nothing unfinished, the office of foreign affairs here was the proper deposit for his papers. I heard nothing of his having any other deposits. certainly he left none of any kind with me. had a deposit of silver been...
From the tenor of your obliging answer to my letter of the 17: instant, I fear I have expressed myself inaccurately. Mr. Wharton does not state, in his deposition, that the Silver was deposited with Dr. Franklin but the Bills of Lading for the silver. Pardon the trouble of this explanation; and be assured of the Sincere respect and attachment, with which I am, Sir, Yr. mo. Hble Serv. DLC :...
Mr. Robert Macomb who is the bearer hereof, being on a visit to Washington, is desirous of having the honor of waiting on you—I therefore take the liberty of giving him this letter, and can add, with great truth, that he is a very worthy & promising young man, and bids fair to become an ornament to his country & a useful member of society— I have the honor to be Sir, your very obt. Servt— MHi...