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Mr. Pedersen presents his Compliments to Mr. Madison and has the honor herewith to transmit to him a Copy of the Regulations for privateers given at Rendsburg the 14th. Septr: 1807 by the Father of His Majesty the present King of Denmark, in consequence of the war with Great Britain: Mr. Pedersen begs leave to add, for the private information of Mr. Madison the substance in English of the said...
Les circonstances en tant que regarde l’Embargo sont encore à peu près les mêmes qu’elles étoient lorsque Vous me fites l’honneur Monsieur de m’adresser Votre Lettre de 30 Decr. 1807 m’accordant de la part de Son Excellence Mr. le Président permission d’expédier deux bâtiments en lest pour transmèttre la correspondance ordinaire, et ayant aujourd’hui des Depèches à expédier aux Indes...
I was favoured with thy esteemed letter of the 5th. Ultimo with five parcels for William Pinkney Esqr. at London. Colonel Trumbull who delivered these dispatches to me, intended to remain here Some days, but on enquiry I learned that Maitland Esqr. of the House of Lennox & Maitland was going to set off for London, and being known to this Gentleman I requested he would take charge thereof, and...
Since the conversation which passed between us yesterday respecting the office of Secretary at war, I have thought proper to submit to your consideration the enclosed correspondence; which for obvious reasons, has heretofore been withheld. The letters addressed to me may be considered as coming directly from the leading Clintonians in N. York; particularly the last, which was written at Albany...
Painful necessity having compelled me to adopt the advice of many of my friends, and submit the enclosed papers for your Consideration:—I trust to that advice for my apology in troubling you with my Personal concerns,—As well as to the disposition you have ever manifested to patronize Republicans.— But before I proceed with the subject of this Letter, I will apologise to you for omiting to...
It is necessary to prepare instructions in conformity with the 10th Section of the new embargo act. I presume that the bond being now encreased to six times the amount of vessel & cargo, the general instructions must only relate to unusual shipments , either in quantity or kind: that is to say that the collectors ought not to permit the lading or transportation of any articles which it has...
Notwithstanding the bad success of my last application to obtain a Commission in the Army, for my Son Edward L. Lomax, I must beg leave to trouble you again upon the same subject. The Secretary of War I am an entire Stranger to, or would not have intruded upon your other business. I shall be extremely thankful if you will do the best you can for him. I did not expect I should have lived to the...
I was desirous to made enquiry of the Merchant about the Packet which carried your Lamp & Bridle-bit before I wrote, I cannot be certain of the Captns. Name and the Bill of lading is mislaid or I should have had recouse to it, I hope to be able to find it by a general search amongst my different deposits within a few days. I have received your favor of the 7th. instant enclosing fifty Dollars...
I recieved yesterday your letter of the 5th. & mr Randolph’s of the 6th. and I have this morning sent an extract of the latter to mr Nicholas. I sincerely wish it success, but I am afraid mr Carr has been misinformed of mr Patterson’s views, or, which is as likely, that mr Patterson has changed them. he has certainly concluded to settle on a tract of 5. or 600. acres which he gets from mr...
When at Monticello in September last, on looking over some military books; in a work of Marshal Saxe’s, he suggests the idea of a bridle for the use of Cavalry, which he thought might be formed so as to command a horse, without having any thing in the mouth. The very great advantages which wou’d be derived from such a contrivance, made so strong an impression upon my mind, that I determined to...