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    • Madison, James
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I have been honoured with Your letter of the 31st. ulto., mentioning Your arrival at the City of Washington, and the disappointment occassioned by the previous departure of the President. I partake of Your regret at a circumstance, which in depriving You of the early opportunity You sought of presenting the lettres of which You are the bearer from His Danish Majesty, postpones also for the...
I have been honoured with Your letter of the 9th. Ulto., accompanied by two letters adressed to the President, by a copy of Yours of July 31st. already acknowledged, and a copy of Your letter of credence. The President not hesitating to yield all the confidence due to the presumptive evidence of Your public character, and disposed to abridge the inconveniences resulting from the circumstance,...
Your letter of the 12th inst. preceded by that of January 16th has been duly received. The case of the Mercator, which is the subject of both, having been referred with many other subjects to the Attorney General, some time elapsed before I could avail myself of the benefit of his observations, and as an apology for the subsequent delay, I must ask you to accept the pressure of business...
18 August 1802, Department of State, Washington. “The Secretary of State of the United States presents his respects to Mr. Olsen, and does himself the honor to forward herewith to him Exequators for the Gentlemen whose names are subjoined,… agreeably to Mr. Olsen’s letter of the 29th. of last month to the Secretary of State. The delay unavoidably incurred in procuring the necessary signatures...
22 December 1802, Department of State. Returns the commission and encloses an exequatur [not found] for Francis Taylor as Danish vice-consul in Virginia. Assures Blicherolsen of his “high consideration.” Letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 59, DL , vol. 14). 1 p.
I have laid before the President your note of the 4th. inst. signifying your intention to make a visit to your country which your sovereign has permitted, and that Mr. Pederson whose arrival is daily expected will be presented as Chargé d Affaires during your absence. The President has thought proper to make it an occasion as well for assuring his Danish Majesty of the dispositions of the...