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I thank you for my Letter from N.Y and the Pamplet inclosed. Commodore Morris’s Defence contains Information which appears to be wanted by our President and all his Ministers, by his senators and Representatives, by his Officers and Men of his Navy, and by the commercial Citizens of our Country. To be sure to protect the Commerce and Seamen in the Atlantic and Mediterranean and blockade...
6 November 1804, New York. “I beg you to excuse the Liberty I take in introducing to your notice Mr Destrihan, who comes strongly mentioned by my Friends at New Orleans, and I shall feel much obliged at any civilities offered him.” RC ( DLC ). 1 p. On the same date, Maury wrote JM a similar letter introducing Pierre Sauvé ( DLC ; 1 p.; in a clerk’s hand, except for Sauvé’s name, complimentary...
6 November 1804, Baltimore. “It being the opinion of our Merchants who are Traders to the Island of Saint Croix, that a Commercial Agent or Consul appointed to reside in that Island, could render important services; I take the liberty from my Knowledge of the Character, Respectability, and Integrity of Mr Edward Dewhurst, a Merchant of Saint Croix, to recommend him to the Government, as a...
Mr. Augustus Choteau will have the Honor to deliver you this. A gentleman who is justly considered not only from his large fortune & superior information but from the Amiableness of his character as the first Citizen of Upper Louisiana—You will I am sure derive great pleasure from his conversation as his knowledge of this country is certainly superior to what is possessed by any other person &...
I inclose you a letter directed to your brother which came to me under cover a few days ago. I have the pleasure also to inform you that we have lately recieved thro a channel meriting entire confidence, advice that on the 4th. of Aug. he was at the mouth of the river Plate, 600 miles up the Missouri, where he had met a great council of the Missouris, Panis, & Ottos, at their invitation; and...
Having learned, that Dr. Wm. Goforth, has been named to you, as a person well qualified, for the discharge, of the duties of some respectable office, in the Louisiana country,—And having understood—unfavourable impressions, has been attempted to be made upon your mind relative to him (viz) that he indulged himself in frequent acts of intemperance—it is these circumstances alone divested of...
I send you the inclosed magazine supposing it may furnish you a few moments amusement, as well as to the reading members of your family. Mr. Randolph arrived here Sunday evening in good health and brought me the welcome news, that you were all well. Congress has as yet formed but one of it’s houses; there being no Senate. my heart fails me at the opening such a campaign of bustle & fatigue:...
Bol. of Caldcleugh & Thomas 6 Patent Lamps Semi vase Transparent green Japanned Gilt with brass glass holders & 6 glasses & 3 dozen wicks @ 7.50 45.00 ½ doz. extra Glasses for ditto 2.50 1.25 3 doz. do. Wicks 25 75 Box 25 $47.25