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(1) to exercise the authority in such a manner as would withdraw the pretext on which the aggressions were originally founded, and open the way for a renewal of that commercial intercourse which it was alleged on all sides had been reluctantly obstructed. As each of those Govts. had pledged its readiness to concur in renouncing a measure which reached its adversary thro’ the incontestable...
Mr Madison presents his Compliments to Mr Gallatin and returns Dr. Shaws Letter. Mr Anderson had taken passage in a Vessel to sail from Phia. of which it is believed that Dr. Shaw has been apprised, and as he yesterday asked a Passport from this Dept it is presumed that he has taken passage in that vessel or some other NHi : Papers of Albert Gallatin.
(1) to exercise the authority in such a manner as would withdraw the pretext on which the aggressions were originally founded, and open the way for a renewal of that commercial intercourse which it was alledged on all sides had been reluctantly obstructed. As each of those Govts. had pledged its readiness to concur in renouncing a measure which reached its adversary thro’ the incontestable...
I have only time by a Vessel bound to Norfolk to enclose you the Aurora of the 26 & 29: Instant, Containing Important and Interesting information The Vice Roy is a prisoner at Vera Cruz in the Castle of Sn. Juan de Olua, and with his Sons will be shipped for Spain. I will write you by a Vessel to Sail from hence for Phila. in about 5 Days and enclose you other papers, with Such information as...
I know not in what manner I could better conform to a request made of me, in a letter from Captain Abrahams, the Military Agent at this place, than to take the liberty of transmitting the Letter itself for your perusal. Captain Abrahams seems to me, to have exercised in his Department a most prudent economy, and from the zeal and Integrity in office, which he has here manifested, I am...
Although it is more than probable that some of your friends have sent the inclosed paper to you before this time, yet I feel it particularly incumbent on me to transmit it, because it goes a great way to confirm some of the communications which I made to you several months ago. The policy of a certain description of persons, when speaking of you and another, then was, "Spargere ambiguos voces...
Estimate for the service of the year 1809. Foreign Intercourse. Salaries of three Ministers, vizt: } Dollars. To London, Paris, & Madrid @ 9,000 27,000 Ditto of their Secretaries a 1.350. 4,050. Contingent expenses of those Missions 2,000. Contingencies of Foreign Intercourse 25,000. $58,050 Barbary Intercourse. Salary for the Consul General At Algiers 4,000 Do. Of the Consuls at Morocco,...
Permit me sir, to introduce to your notice the bearer hereof, my worthy friend Doctor Benjamin Say; lately chosen Senator in Congress of the U. States, for the City and County of Philadelphia in place of Mr. Clay resigned. The Doctor is a man of talents, eminent in his profession as a Physician, of a fair moral character, and a warm and steady republican, ever since our glorious revolution....
I send the inclosed letter under the benefit of your cover, & open, because I wish you to know it’s contents. I thought the person to whom it is addressed a very good man when here. he is certainly a very learned & able one. I thought him peculiarly qualified to be useful with you, but in the present state of my information I can say no more than I have to him. when you shall have read the...
I take the liberty to present to you Mr. C Chew of New York, who informs me that he has some papers to lay before you. I have the honour to be Your most Ot. Sevt MHi : Coolidge Collection.