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Some apology is, no doubt, due from me, for so long delaying my intended journey to Washington, but the truth is, that between the occupation of settling my family for the Winter in New York, and casting about here for their more permanent residence, my movements have been necessarily slow—and the more so, as, in cases of this kind, I leave something to both the taste & judgment of others,...
The funds, which had been provided by law for the relief and protection of destitute American Seamen in foreign Countries, have been rendered this year inadequate to their contemplated object by the extensive seizures of our vessels in Europe, and the effect thereof on the situation of the crews. The advances, which have been necessarily made by our Ministers and Consuls to supply the wants of...
The preceding is a copy of a letter I wrote & sent you at it’s date, addressed to you near N. Kent C.H. as this will be. by a letter mr Randolph has just recieved from you, as well as from my not having recieved any answer, we both conclude that you have not recieved my letter altho’ sent by post. I therefore send this duplicate, adding to the information therein given that the man never got...
I beg leave to inform you that the Attorney General is not yet arrived at Washington . Mr. Coles , to whom I delivered your packet for Mr Rodney , informs me, that he has lost all his furniture on board a vessel, destined for this city, which has been lately wrecked— I was obliged to return from Monticello , by Richmond , where I had the pleasure of meeting Messrs Coles and Cabell .