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Agreeable to Act of Congress, I send, for deposit in the department of State, a copy of "Ramsay’s Life of Washington", of which I am proprietor. I also take the liberty of inclosing a copy (bound) for your acceptance. At the same time, sir, permit me to request your opinion of it, as, a reading book for Schools and Academies, As, it is my intention, Should it meet the approbation of the...
The foregoing is a copy of my last which went by the Brig Betsey Captn Bradford for Philada: The British Convoy sailed the 17th: Instant, about 55 Sail of Merchantmen in all. There remain about twenty Englishmen now here & several vessels are yet loading, but all will be gone in about a week. The Minister & Consul will leave here in a few days in a Brig of War now waiting for them. Yesterday...
As the practice of impressing our Seamen into the British Navy, connected as it is, or rather I should say, exemplified as it was in the late attack of His Britannick Majesty’s Ship of War the Leopard on the United States Frigate Chesapeake had become a momentous point or subject of discussion between the two countries, I deemed it would be not unacceptable to communicate not only every...