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Inclosed is a statement given to me by Capt. Brown of the Brig Fair American lately arrived from Halifax, where she had been sent for adjudication The Vessel & Cargo cleared after paying 2300 $ Costs. I believe the statement of Capt. Brown to be correct. I thought it my duty to forward it to your Office. I am &c. DNA : RG 45--Miscellaneous Letters Received by the Secretary of the Navy.
on Receipt of your Respected & allways well come favor of the 29th. last June, (the 18th. Sepbr. ulto.) I sent an abstract of your Paragraph to Messrs. Jourdan & fils of Tain, relative to their Last Supply of wine, with my candid & Friendly Reproachs, & to the exact quality you Desire;— I beg your Refference to their answer here Inclosed, of the 1st. Inst. by which you will observe that this...
Th: Jefferson salutes mr Duane and asks the favor of him to procure & forward to him the following books, which he thinks he mentioned to him in conversation when he had the pleasure of seeing him last, & mr Duane thought he could procure the editions desired Malthus, if an 8vo. edition can be had. Conversations in Chemistry } decent English editions in 8vo. or 12mo. Cumberland’s Memoirs the...
I think the proper instructions for Mr Christie’s revenue cutter may be drawn from those given to Capt Decatur. the authority of the proclamation is to be maintained, no supplies to be permitted to be carried to the British vessels, nor their vessels permitted to land. for these purposes force, & to any extent, is to be applied if necessary: but not unless necessary. nor, considering how short...
Th: Jefferson salutes Messrs. La Roche, and if they have a copy of the Lettres de Made. de Sevigny he would be glad to recieve them, and that they should comprehend her whole letters. the petit format would be preferred. there was an edition in 10. vols. petit format published in Paris in 1803. ViW : Jefferson Papers, Tucker-Coleman Collection.
For ordnance & military stores, comprehending cannon, ball, small arms, powder, salt petre, sulphur, &c. For Canvas, cordage, timber, Copper &c. For the employment of seamen not estimated or appropriated for—& For the extra expence incurred in consequence of the order to fill up the Marine Corps— The expence is estimated at abt. 800,000$ The sum of 800,000$ is conjectural—The returns of...