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We had the pleasure to see here this Summer William Dandridge Peck Esqe: who delivered us your letter of 24. May 1805. this Gentleman’s Stay here was Very Short, yet We endeavored to make it as agreable and as interesting to him as possible; in Short recommanded by you he met with that Regard which every one of your Friends is entitled to.— We are Very Sensible indeed to your obliging...
Since I had the honor of writing you, nothing of moment has offered worthy of your particular notice; Communications with the Admiral and his Secretary are frequent and have to me been highly satisfactory, and it is with pleasure, I can assure you that all my applications on the Score of impressments have been pointedly attended to, many of them of an old Standing, that have been impressed...
In my letter No. 10. (August 9th.) I had the honor to submit to you the steps which I had taken with respect to the cargoes of three American Vessels lately condemned at Algeciras, & to transmit copies of my note to Mr. Cevallos (August 3rd.) & of his answer (August 6th.). The inclosed is a copy of what I wrote to him September 2nd. on the same subject, to which he has not hitherto replied....
Le coup de vent qui S’est fait Sentir depuis le 18. jusqu’au 23. du mois dr. a considérablement endommagé trois Bâtimens de Guerre français, ce qui les a forcés de venir chercher des Vivres et des moyens de Se réparer dans les ports de l’Amérique. L’Administration Consulaire ne Se trouve avoir de fonds, dans ce moment, que pour Ses dépenses ordinaires, & j’ai cru devoir, Monsieur, m’addresser...
I have the pleasure to send you a copy of my note to Mr. Fox and of his answer respecting the misconduct of Captain Whitby at the port of New York in April last. You will find by it that that officer was removed from the command of the Leander by an order from the Admiralty of the 22d. of June, and that he is to be brought home to be tried by a Court Martial on that charge. I have lately...
Inclosed I have the Honor to forward you Copy of a Note to me, (in conformaty to His Swedish Majestys order) from His Swedish Majesty’s Grand Marshall of the Kingdom of Sweden, which I have direction to communicate to this Government as soon as I received same. I have also directions to make it known to the Merchants and traders of the United States, and have therefore translated same and...
I was duly honoured with your favour of the 11th July, and having communicated to the postmaster General, the letters of Mr. Bloomfield the asst. for the post office in this neighbourhood, I deemed it unnecessary to report to you, what I had written to him, and therefore delayed writing, until I could give you correct information, after the meeting of the national council, which took place on...
I had the Honour of writing you the 19th ult in answer to your Letter of 13 June and I now have the farther honour of informing you, that the Hhd of Oranget is now forwarded to Alexandria by the Brigg Collumbia Capt Levering with my request to the Collector to receive it and wait your order I wish it may be what you wished, if not, say what it should be, and the next will be preppaired...