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We had the honour of addressing you on 11th. Instt on the subject of the seizure and detention of the Ship Jersey and cargo at Leghorne, since when we are without any further information concerning her fate than we were then in possession of. We did indulge a hope that our Government would not deem it impropper to give us some information as to the probable result of that business, which in...
The Inclosed I have This day received P my fast Sailing Brig Dove, Cap Child from Madiera who has performed his voyage in Less than 3 mo. after being detaind for a considerable time in Madiera. Should you have any occasion for a dispatch vessel, She is at your Command. I will let her go, to any part of the world, at a moderate price, In order to give employ & bread to the Crew who I have had...
Genl. John Shee, Collector of the port of Philada. departed this life last Evening. In consequence thereof the Office which he filled is now vacant. Having applied to the President, to appoint me as his successor in that office, I take the liberty of soliciting your favour & interest with the Presidt. in my behalf. My recommendations forwarded to the Presidt. six Months ago, I trust are...
Referring to what my Prior Joseph Yznardy lately at Sevilla on the business of the American Vessels detained at Algeciras) wrote you on the 9th. ultimo pr the Ship Sheppardess John S. Doan Master, bound for New York, I have the honor to enclose you Sundry Gazettas which will infor m you of the various glorious actions obtained over the french, & particularly that near Andujar, where 17500.. of...
A sail this minute discovered supposed to be a fishing boat gives us a hope to inform you that we are in Lat. 43.5 N. Londe. 53. 5 W. all in good health. We are nine days from Cape Henry have had very light winds thus far without the exception of a day, tho we have had a good wind this morning, which we hope will continue. DNA : RG 59—ML—Miscellaneous Letters.
The St. Michael arrived at Falmouth on Thursday the 14th. of last Month, after a Passage of eight Days f rom L’Orient. Captain Kenyon delivered to m e on Wednesday the 20th. (upon my Arrival in Town from Brighton, where I had been for a s hort Time on Account of my Health) your L etters of the 30th. of April, and your private Le tter of the 8. of May, together with Newspapers, pr inted Copies...
I have duly recieved your letter of July 6. covering the resolutions of the legislature of South Carolina of June 29. and I see in those resolutions a new manifestation of the National spirit of which South Carolina has given so many proofs. it is the more exemplary, as it is certain that no state sacrifices more by the operation of a measure which, whether to avoid war, or to prepare for it,...
À mon depart de la Guadeloupe, Monsieur le Colonel Faujas me remit une lettre pour Votre excellence. J’ai l’honneur Monsieur le president de Vous l’adresser. Je Suis avec un respect profond.— Monsieur le president de Votre Excellence— Le très humble, et très obeissant Serviteur MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I got to the City very soon after Your departure from it, and was vexd & sorry not to have taken my ride thither on the preceeding day. After selecting a few Ewes from Bowies flock, I went to get the promisd Lamb You So kindly offerd from Your mixd flock, takeing Mr. Cocking (a well informd English Farmer living in Washington) with me the better to choose its form & feel its Fleece, for wool...
Genl. John Shee, Collector of the port of Philadelphia, departed this life last Evening, in consequence thereof, the Office which he filled is now vacant. I hope, Sir, you will not consider it presumptuous to solicit the appointment to that Office. The recommendations which I forwarded to you six months since, I trust are satisfactory; sure I am no one can produce better and more respectable...
ausitot recû de la vôtre tous de suite J’ai Exécûter votre Commende. J’ai Êmballer 78. Bouteille De Nebrouille, et 680. ideme de vide de différente sorte Exeptez Celle a Bier que Je Garde pour le Sidre de l’automne prochainne, J’espair a tous Moments un Bastiments vien de Richmond, et sitôt son àrivé monsieur peû ettre Sur que Je ne perdré pas ûne instans pour fair partir Sai deux article...