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Permit me, Sir, to enclose you the Republican Gazette —a paper which, so far as the abilities of the Editor will admit, is devoted and compiled for the defence of those principles, which urged the Friends of Natural Liberty into the Field of Contest, and the support of which has brought upon them the implacable hatred of a British Faction, and the illiberal abuse of the enemies of...
Mr. Marbury reports, that he cannot have the beams shipped so as to reach you under three weeks, nor the remainder of the cordage under five weeks. After all, as the beams, when reduced, would not be quite clear of sap, and the freight high, it would not be adviseable perhaps to send them, if it could be seasonably done. They were never designed by this Department for the George Washington....
26 June 1801, Paris. No. 5. Reports conversation on 25 June with Pierre-Louis Rœderer and Charles-Pierre Fleurieu. “I find by their express Declaration that they are unanimous in refusing to accede to the Suppression of the Second Article, and as they act by momentary Contact with their Government, I must presume that the Government itself is of their Opinion: indeed they so informed me.”...