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§ To Louis-Marie Turreau. 6 January 1806, Department of State. Has shown the president Turreau’s letters of 3 Jan. and 14 Oct., a copy of the latter being enclosed with the former. Both concerned commerce between the ports of the United States and of the part of Saint-Domingue in revolt. Had hoped that prior explanations given in person and in writing as well as the measures taken by Congress...
I have been duly honored with your letter of the 8th. instt on the subject of an alledged expedition from New-York, in an Armed Vessel belonging to a citizen of the United States, and conveying not only Military Stores, but other Citizens engaged for Military purposes; the whole under the charge of Genl. Miranda, and with a destination contrary to the Neutrality of the United States. It will...
I have been just honored with your letter of the 11th. instt. Having already made you acquainted that on the first notice of the expedition from New-York under the apparent superintendance of Mr. Miranda, orders were issued by the President for the immediate & legal steps which the case demanded. I must now repeat the sam⟨e⟩ communication, with the same frankness, adding only that the orders...
§ To Louis-Marie Turreau. 17 February 1806, Department of State. “Mr. Madison has the honor to acknowledge the recet. of General Turreau’s letter of the 15th. and regrets that a return of the one therewith inclosed is the only disposition of it permitted by circumstances which have been verbally intimated to Genl. Turreau. The regret would be the greater if the subject of the unopened letter...
§ To Louis-Marie Turreau. 15 March 1806. Received Turreau’s letter of 14 Mar. regarding the concern initially expressed in his letter of 11 Feb. on the subject of the ship Leander and in which he requested details, complaining of the reserve maintained by the U.S. government. Assured Turreau by letters of 10 and 12 Feb. that measures had been taken on first notice of this expedition, measures...
I have had the honor to receive and lay before the President your note, communicating, by order of your Government, the accession of H. I. H. Prince Louis to the throne of Holland, the nomination of His Eminence Cardinal Fesch as coadjutor and successor of the Arch Chancellor of the Germanic Empire; and the disposal of the Principality of Beneventum in favor of His Excellency M. Talleyrand &...
I have been honored with your Note communicating, by order of your Government, the change in the constitution of Germany, effected by a Treaty among certain States of the Rhine, to which H. M. the Emperor & King is a part. In acknowledging this communication, which was duly laid before the Presidt. I cannot better fulfil my directions than by repeating the observations made in the answer of...