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I wrote you on the 16th. in haste by the “John Bulkley” a letter in which I observed that in...
I hasten to transmit to you a copy of a letter which I received yesterday from Lord Mulgrave in...
The delicate state of health which my family has enjoyed of late, attributable as is supposed in...
I came to town on the 20th. in consequence of a letter from General Lyman of which a copy is...
I have just heard of the death of our estimable & venerable friend Mr. Jones. This event has...
I arrived here to day to be prepared to attend the drawing room on the 18th., & found a notice...
It is this moment reported and is I think unquestionably true that Mr. Pitt is dead. He is said...
I informed you lately in a short note by Mr. Clark who sailed in the Remitance, of the death of...
It is said that a letter is just recd. in town from Phila. of the last of Decr. wh. states that...
The arrangment of the new ministry was completed, & its members installed in their respective...
A bill wh. has been presented before the house of Reps. has produc’d much sensation here; I...
Presuming that it may be satisfactory to the President and useful, to be made acquainted without...
I have seen Mr. Fox and Mr. Grey to day & had long conversations with each on our affairs & have...
Your letter of the 13. Jany. is the last that I have received. The pamphlet enclosed with it has...
As it appeared by what occurred in my interview with Mr Fox on the 28. ulto. that some weeks at...
I received yesterday a note from Mr. Fox appointing to-morrow (Saturday 19.) for an interview...
I have the pleasure to inform you that I had an interview with Mr. Fox yesterday, in which we...
Having waited a week after my interview with Mr. Fox on the 19th. without receiving either of the...
I had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 11th. ulto. on the 25. by Mr. Prentis. I find by...
After my interview with Mr. Fox on the 25. ulto. I waited a fortnight without hearing from him....
I had supposed that it might be possible to have some conversation with Mr. Fox last night at his...
On the 31. ulto. accounts were Received here from the U. States that the President and Senate had...
If I was not personally your friend and did not wish success to your administration, from the...
The opportunity by Mr. Bankhead is too favorable not to be taken advantage of to write you, altho...
It is painful to touch on other topicks but I shod. feel myself deficient in candor if I did not...
The admn. likely to change its tone & I to be swept from the stage. On the 25. of April I was...
Your favor of May 4th. was presented to me on the 24th. ulto. by Mr Pinkney. That of March 16th....
You will have been surprized at not hearing from us sooner on the business confided to us, under...
It was intimated to us by Sr. Francis Vincent, soon after the Date of our last, that, as the...
We have the honor to transmit herewith inclosed a Duplicate of our last under date of the 11th....
We have the pleasure to transmit you a copy of a Note from Mr. Fox of yesterday which announces...
{ NB. The original sent by the British packet to Halifax. Sent to Sr. F. Vincent the 13th. of...
I have the pleasure to send you a copy of my note to Mr. Fox and of his answer respecting the...
I have the pleasure to transmit you a copy of some communications which have lately taken place...
I hasten to send you a communication which I have received from Lord Howick since the date of my...
We flattered ourselves at the date of our last dispatch which was of September the 11th., that we...
We have the pleasure to acquaint you that we have this day agreed with the British Commissioners...
We have the honor to transmit you a Treaty which we concluded with the British Commissioners on...
Mr. Purviance to whom we commit the treaty which we have lately concluded with the British...
I must request that you will be so good as to forward the enclosed to Mr Divers. As it relates to...
I have had the pleasure to receive yours of Octr. 26. and shall not fail to bring with me the...
We do ourselves the honor to enclose you a copy of the treaty which we lately concluded with the...
We have the Honor to transmit enclosed a Duplicate of our letter of the 3d. Instant, in which...
I have just received your letter of the 13th. of January, relative to the trial of Captain...
I hasten to transmit you a copy of the note which I lately wrote to Lord Howick, to request a...
The trial of Captain Whitby took place on the 17th. inst. at Portsmouth, before a Court Martial,...
We had the honor to receive your letter of February 3d. on the 6th. instant, and are now to give...
We had the honor to inform you in our letter of the 22d. instant that, the British Commissioners...
We had the honor to receive on the 27th. of last month your letter of the 18th. of March, to...
We had the honor to receive your letter of May 20th. by Mr. Purviance on the 16th. instant. The...