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Inclosed is a translation of a letter addressed to me by Governor Folch together with a Copy of the answer which (after consulting with the Collector of the District of Orleans) I returned thereto. If an uninterrupted passage for Spanish Vessels to and from Bâton Rouge was permitted; or if the provisions of the Embargo Act, as regards our intercourse with the Inhabitants of the Florida’s be...
General Moreau & Governor Folch continue in this City, and have contracted a great intimacy; perhaps their objects may be perfectly innocent, but I am not without my suspicions . I know not when Moreau will depart; at one time, he proposed taking a passage in the first Vessel for Charleston; at another, he designed passing by Land, the nearest and best route to Georgia and from thence thro’...
Persuadido a que se extraviado la carta que escribí á V. S. el 1o. de Febrero la copio nuevamente, y decía asi: Muy Seňor mio: Tengo la honra de poner en noticia de V. S. que el Comandante General de las Provincias ínternas Dn. Nemesio Salcedo, me envía una cuenta muy detallada des los gastos que resultaron de la entrada de la partída del Teniente Píke en los Dominios del Rey mi Amo, á fin de...
Inclosed is a copy of the answer from the Minister of Marine to my letter of the 13 instant in relation to the sale of a part of the Cargo of the Ship James Adams. It would now appear, that the promises of forbearance made by another Department, are applicable only to vessels sequestered in the Ports, and not to such as have been captured at Sea. I omitted mentioning in my letter of the 15th.,...
I send you enclosed a Duplicate of my public Letter of the 2d. Instant, and by the same opportunity the interesting Correspondence between the Danish Chargé d’Affaires and Lord Howick, in March last, relative to the British orders in Council of the 7th. of Jany. 1807; together with printed Copies of some other papers laid before Parliament, and Packets of Newspapers & Pamphlets. You will find...
The Royal family of Portugal having embarked for Brazil, this extensive and rich Country is about to change its Colonial dynasty for an independent sovereignty, a circumstance which it is presumed will give a strong impulse and a new direction to its commerce. Persuaded that the government of the U. States will not remain idle and indifferent spectators of an event so extraordinary, and being...
Mrs. Barry now of New York, a Lady of the most amiable Character, has met with severe afflections since she left this City, in the Death of her Husband and her Daughter. Her only remaining one is pronounced to be in a decline. Her Husband, before his Death, had been recommended to take a Voyage to Madeira, for the benefit of his own and his Daughters Health, and had actually made a contract, I...
Directed by an impulse of respectful Consideration, for the President of the United States, Please permit me, Sir, with deference to present this small product, in the field of literature,—If to diffuse happiness to mankind, and a knowledge of the human character, may be considered worthy of every rational mind—Permit me to hope that the few pages submitted, are calculated to inspire an...
As the present posture of our affairs in this country may require, that you shd. receive information from every source by which it may be obtained, I have thôt it my duty to state to you the result of such observations as I have made relative thereto, since my late arrival here; & perhaps I cannot do it better than by enclosing you a copy of a letter written to David Williams Esqr. at his...
we have got the earth turn up the second time for the Bricks, and am now prpare the yard to dry them an I wanted to perpose to you for The Bricks to be maid at poplar forrist at the same time of making them hear for it is not necussary for both of us to attend to making bricks at one place. I can send my Brother to Bedford or can go myself, and then the Brickmaking will all be finshed at both...