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Your letter of August 6th. has been duly received. Those of August 2d & 4 addressed to Mr. Wagner have also been transmitted to me. No regular notification has yet been received of the change which it seems certain has taken place in the French Government, nor are the new stile and title precisely known, by which it is to be addressed. All that can be done therefore in accommodation to the...
I have duly recd. yours of the 18th. with the papers to which it refers. It was neither sealed, nor inclosed in the larger packet. The accounts from the Mediterranean, as you will find are on the whole favorable. The explanations of Lear, & the reinforcement under Baron, will probably overcome the repugnance of the Bey of Tunis to transact business with the Consul General, on account of his...
On saturday last I had the honor to send you a very important letter from Mr. Monroe, foreboding in an impressive manner what we have to expect from Mr. Pitt’s Administration. It appears from the enclosed letter from Mr. Pinckney, that the Spanish convention is in equal danger with the British. Mr. Merry’s answer to your several letters respecting the proceedings of the British ships at New...
21 August 1804, Gibraltar. No. 158. “I have not been honord with any of yours since I had the pleasure of adressing you the 9t: Inst: No: 157 . “On the Evening of the 12t: Instant arrived Commodor Barron and his Squadron, when I gave him all the Occurrencys of the times, they imediately Waterd and took in such Provisions & ca: as they stood in need of & could store. On the 15t: the Commodor in...
21 August 1804, Culpeper County, Virginia. “Having it in contemplation to remove to Louisiana I have been solicited by some of my Friends to make application for an appointment which I am informed has not yet been made; that of attorney General for one of the districts of Louisiana and as it is my intention to reside in that country as a professional Character it would certainly be...
I was Yesterday honored with your favr. 13th. and duly notice the particulars: instead of something less than $406.63. (the presumed surplus, for this Mo. on statemt. 22d July.)—the annexed a/c will shew the present state of your Bank, including the $250. transmitted by this Evenings Mail to Messrs. G & J. at Richmond—viz— for amot; of surplus ⅌ the Presidts List 22d July 406. 63. By J.B.’s...
I have duly recd. yours of the 18th. with the papers to which it refers. It was neither sealed, nor inclosed in the larger packet. The accounts from the Mediterranean, as you will find are on the whole favorable. The explanations of Lear & the reinforcement under Baron, will probably overcome the repugnance of the Bey of Tunis to transact business with the Consul General, on account of his...
I have the honor to inform you that this day Capt. Chouteau with the Chiefs of the Osage nation of Indians took their departure from this city for Pittsburgh, on their way to their own country. We proceeded on our tour as far north as the city of New York, where we continued eight days. During our journey the party enjoyed perfect health, and no untoward circumstance occurred to mar the...