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I this day was honor’d by your favor in answer to mine of the 1st. inst. wherein you were pleased to inform me that "the Arrangements designed by the President relative to the Consulate at Rotterdam, do not permit you to authorize me to return to that place in my former Capacity". A Circumstance which I regret exceedingly. I have asked of the President, what every Man may ask without blushing,...
In the event of a war, or even of a general stop to the commerce with Great Britain, the renewal of the intercourse with St. Domingo, will become an object of great importance to the United States. In a letter of the 31 Jany 1804 to Mr Livingston, your predecessor, observations on the subject of this intercourse were addressed to the inte rest of France, as requiring her acquiescence in it....
In one of my precedent letters, I have had the honor to observe, that the Inhabitants of this City and it’s neighbourhood, and the Captains & Crews of Our Vessels, enjoyed perfect health, and that no Contagion existed at the Moment. Unfortunately, Sir, I am now under the disagreeable necessity to inform You, that the Yellow fever and black Vomit rages violently amongst the Crews of our...
The enclosed copy of a Proclamation of the President will inform you of a late extraordinary hostility and insult committed by a British Ship of War on a frigate of the U. S. near the Capes of Virginia, and of the measure taken by the President in consequence of the outrage. The subsequent proceedings of the British Squadron in our waters have borne a like stamp of hostility; and altho’ it may...
I do myself the pleasure to enclose for your perusal, a copy of a letter this morning received from General Mathews, together with copies of certain other papers accompanying it, giving the latest intelligence from Norfolk—you will perceive that the British Vessels have left Hampton Roads, but it does not appear from any information afforded by the enclosed papers, that they have left our...
At the command of a very numerous meeting of the Citizens of this Towns held this day, whereat I had the honor to preside—I am commanded to send You their several resolves— This I do with the more pleasure as they perticularly express their approbation of the conduct of the Executive on the late alarming situation of our affairs regarding foreign relations—With much respect and personal regard...
Mr. Blennerhassett arrived here from Natches last evening: he was immediately arrested by the Marshal, and carried before judge Todd; who committed him to prison; he underwent an examination before the judge today; and was by him, ordered into the custody of the Marshal, until a direction for his removal to Richmond, could be procured from the U. States judge for this district. It is supposed...
After dispatching mine of yesterday, I forded (a bye way) to the Sea Banks, & approached the boats which had been described to me, circumspectly. I found them to be the Schooner & Yawl from the Navy Yard; & my own Whale boat, all belonging to my own party; & which my men, by creditable exertions, had got together & lodged safely in port, in Long Creek near Lynnhaven Inlet. I ordered them...