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Be pleased to issue your warrant on the appropriation for the Contingent expenses of the Department of State for Five hundred dollars in favor of James Davidson Jnr.--he being the holder of a bill of exchange for that amount, dated 3 Decr. 1806, drawn on me by W. C. C. Claiborne Esqr., who is to be charged & held accountable for the same. I am &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
Your letter of the 24th. October respecting the Minerva is not recollected: if it came to hand, it is mislaid, and has not been found after a search. For the American Vessels burned by Admiral Allemand, Genl. Armstrong had made a claim more than a year ago and received a promise that indemnification should be made. His subsequent communications do not, however, add anything respecting the...
I had this honor, on the 6th. September ultimo, (per triplicate, transmitted per different vias) which beg leave to confirm. On the 16th. November last came to my hand your official letter of the 15th. April ultimo, by Which you are pleased to acquiesce, and grant me the leave of absence, solicited per mine of the 8th. January 1806. I now beg leave Sir to communicate that on receipt of the...
I have received from Mr. Stephen Pleasonton the bond which had been sent to you for the faithful discharge of the Consular duties, return’d for not being in due form. I have executed one agreeable to the form he has sent me, & transmit it by the same vessel in which this is to Mr. Christopher Johnston & Mr. Robert Ferguson for signature, after which they are desired to have it delivered to...
Your favor of the 24 Ult: has lain longer by me without an acknowledgt. than I intended. One cause of the delay was an omission to address myself to the Auditor instead of the Sey. of the Treasy. and his taking some little time in the crowd of business, to prepare the inclosed note on the subject of your accts. which contains all the information I can now give. I have myself recd frequent...
To the President of the United States of America The undersigned your petitioners beg leave to represent to you the situation of Nathaniel Brashears now confined in the jail of this district & county with the hope that you will grant him the relief, which the peculiar hard ship of his case demands. The cause of his imprisonment is his incapacity to pay the fine & fees which were imposed upon...
By my letter of the 5th November last, I had the Honor to inclose you the invoice of the greatest Part of the sundry articles you ordered me. This is to remit you here inclosed the Bill of lading & Invoice of a Chest Mustard & vinegar of Maille which I have shipped on the Ship Franklin Robt N. Avery Master Bound for New York, to be Consigned to the Collector & be forward’d to you amounting to...
This will be handed you by Messrs. Henry Gest and Jesse Bledsoe; the former is a son of General Nathaniel Gest, the latter is his son in law & is an Attorney of respectability in this country—They are Gent who have been raised in this State. Their character is without spot or blemish as far as I know, or ever heard—Although they have been raised on a very rich soil, it is their wish to...
On reciept of your letter from Lancaster, I wrote to mr Hay to engage mr Wirt as assistant counsel in your case in chancery. I inclose you his answer. wishing to avoid appearing in this case I must get the favor of you to write to mr Wirt & to do what is needful in the case. Accept my friendly salutations & best wishes. ViU .
By the letters of Capt Bissel who commands at Fort Massac, and of mr Murrell, to General Jackson of Tennissee, copies of which are now communicated to Congress, it will be seen that Aaron Burr past Fort Massac on the 31st. of December, with about ten boats navigated by about six hands each, without any military appearance; and that three boats with ammunition were said to have been arrested by...