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    • 1807-12-18


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With a view to accommodate the Tunisian Ambassador, certain goods, shipped by Messrs. Stricker & others of Baltimore, were taken from on board the Brig Franklin in the port of Boston. By this transaction Mr. Stricker, becomes liable for four thousand & ninety one dollars & 13/100, for which sum you will please to issue your warrant on the appropriations for Barbary Intercourse, in favor of Mr....
Monroe will be here on Sunday; he will bring us no new information, as far as can be judged from his letter, but on the subject of the Proclamation. should the message wait for him? I will keep it back till half after 10. aclock for your opinion either written or verbal. Affte. salutns. I have just recieved your note, & am clearly for the exception. but come here before half after 10. & let us...