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The answer respecting the constitutional voters in Virginia is very satisfactory, and will be of great use here. General Lincoln is unwell, he is advanced in life, and if our remarkably severe winter does not number and determine his days, as it has those of his co[n]tempor[ar]ies very generally, he will not be without a necessity to resign his office of collector for the port of Boston. That...
17 February 1805, Paris . “The Minister of the united States, General Armstrong, having issued an order in my favour on Messrs. Willink & VanStaphorst of Amsterdam for $.4185.21 1/3 cents—the Nett proceeds of which, as per the Bankers accot. enclosed —being 21,889 francs—or in Livres Fl. 22.162.. ₶ 12. which exceeds the Sum of my three Drafts of the 19th. Decr. last 1 to my own order for $...
17 February 1805, Tunis . No. 24. “I have the honor to inform you of the safe arrival of the Tunisien Xebec at Sphax; the Rais came to Tunis on the 19th. ultimo, and made several complaints as was naturally anticipated, (esta l’usanza) to wit, of the loss of two chests of cloathing, damage done to the vessel, her rigging &c. I gave a decisive refusal to any compensation; his complaints were in...
17 February 1805, Amsterdam . “I have the honor to transmit you inclosed a Copy [not found] of the Arret of this Govt lately taken to prevent the introduction of contagious maladies into the Count[r]y —as many of these regulations are new & some of them peculiarly severe you will doubtless judge proper to have translation made of said Arret for publication in the American Papers for the...