You
have
selected

  • Date

    • 1804-10-28

Author

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 9

Recipient

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 5

Period

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Date="1804-10-28"
Results 1-10 of 11 sorted by date (ascending)
  • |<
  • <<
  • <
  • Page 1
  • >
  • >>
  • >|
Ministers. Salaries of three Ministers viz. to London, Paris and Madrid @ $9000 each is $27,000 Dollars Ditto of their three Secretaries @ $1350 each 4,050 Their Contingent expenses other than personal 2,000 Outfit for Genl. Armstrong as Minister to France, and Do. for a new Minister to Spain at $9000 each 18,000 Expense of an Extraordinary Mission to Madrid 6,000 Contingencies 20,000 77,050...
28 October 1804, New Orleans. “On yesterday I was informed by a Mr. Dubourg, a respectable Merchant of this City, that a Vessel of his with 40 Negroes on board had entered the Mississippi, Since the 1st. of October; that these Negroes belonged to his Father & another Inhabitant of Louisiana; that owing to contrary winds, & bad weather the vessel was prevented entering the Mississippi untill...
28 October 1804, Knoxville. “I have the honor to Acknowledge the receipt of your letter dated the 24th sep. Ult. in which you notify the Executive, that the Amendment proposed at the last session of Congress, to the Constitution of the United States, respecting the Manner of Voting for President And Vice-President of the United States, has been ratified by the legislatures of three fourths of...
28 October 1804, Norfolk. “I have received your favour of 20th. inst. [not found] inclosing a check for $177.13. for which please accept my thanks.” RC ( DLC ). 1 p.
I have duely received Your Excellency’s Letter of the 17th. Inst. and am sensible of Your kindness in taking the whole Invoice of the Hungary Wines. They shall be forwarded this Week agreable to Your Directions. The safest Way for Your Friend at Hamburg to procure the Wine will be at first to address himself to the same House at Mittelwalde in the County of Glatz, with Reference to the Invoice...
Your favor of the 23d. is at hand, and I will thank you to send the lamps (half a dozen) bespoke by mr Claxton which you have imported, with the note of their cost. vessels are constantly coming from Philadelphia to this place, or to Alexandria, which will bring them safely. with respect to the Mantle piece fountain lamps, perhaps you could give me some idea of their forms by a sketch which...
By the same post which brought your letter announcing the death of mr Trist, I recieved one from mr Gelston covering a petition from merchants & other respectable characters of New Orleans praying the appointment of Wm. Brown his deputy to the office. I was singularly pleased to find the inclination I should have felt for making this appointment justified by an application entitled to so much...
I have carefully concidered the enclosed Bill, and take the liberty of suggesting for concideration two very unimportant alterations, and the addition of a section or two, to be placed at the head of the bill or reather to form the first or first & second sections; I am not confident as to the propriety of anexing to the Bill the principle contained in the section I have proposed, but I am...
les Epoques de la vie qui flattent notre ambition s’oublient aisement; mais celles qui flattent notre ame ne s’effacent jamais de notre esprit. je me rappellerai sans cesse de lhonneur que vous me fites a votre passage; des heures que vous me sacrifiates, et des choses curieuses, scientifiques qui firent le sujet de notre conversation. j’ay cherchè souvent l’occasion de vous en temoigner ma...
I have learnt with extreme concern the rupture between Craven & Lilly, and percieve that it will become extremely embarassing & prejudicial to my affairs unless it can be made up. this can only be done by an oblivion of the past without going into any enquiry which was most in the wrong. I have pressed this in a conversation with Craven, & I think he may be brought to. I have written with...