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12 February 1802, Cap Français. No. 20. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s 8 Jan. letter and enclosures. French fleet of fourteen ships of the line and nine frigates arrived on 2 Feb.; whites rejoiced and blacks prepared to resist. Christophe refused to allow fleet to enter the harbor without orders from Toussaint. Lear advised Americans to get themselves and their valuables aboard vessels in the...
12 February 1802, Kingston, Jamaica. Informs JM of his 25 Jan. draft for $1,500, which he trusts will be honored. Has just received under a blank cover two documents relating to Gilbert Giberson and Martin Quin, which will be attended to. RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Kingston, Jamaica, vol. 1). 1 p. A full transcription of this document has been added to the digital edition.
12 February 1802, Bristol. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s 28 Nov. letter ; has forwarded the letter JM enclosed for Livingston regarding the four casks of indigo belonging to Smiths, DeSaussure, and Darrell that were seized by a French privateer. Has also forwarded JM’s letter to Saabye at Copenhagen. Encloses copy of letter received “some time since” from Latimer, customs collector at...
I have returned to Loudoun from Richmond only a few days past, where I was during the latter part of the Session, and while the back members held two meetings to consult on the propriety of attempting a division of the State, I understood there were each evening between thirty and forty convened at the Capitol—Brackenridge in the Chair —some of them were averse to, and opposed the measure. The...