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The enclosed letter is from Captn. De Butts in whose vessel, and under whose command I sailed to...
Since writing the within letter I have seen Mr. Merry on [ sic ] had an interesting conversation...
I hasten to transmit you a copy of the note which I lately wrote to Lord Howick, to request a...
My expenses abroad having exceeded unavoidable the compensation allowed me in the station I held...
I omitted to state in my letter of Saturday last that the copy which I then sent you of a...
After my interview with Mr. Fox on the 25. ulto. I waited a fortnight without hearing from him....
I enclose you the letter from Mr. Livingston wh. was referr’d to in my publick one of the 9th. It...
I enclose you a copy of a private journal which I have kept of the affair with this government,...
We have the honor to transmit you a Treaty which we concluded with the British Commissioners on...
I enclose you a copy of a letter recd. not long since from Mr. Marbois and of my reply relative...
My last to you was of the 16th. ulto. which was forwarded, by triplicate, by Bordeaux. We have...
11 July 1803, Paris . “Permit me to present to yr. acquaintance & attention the bearer Mr....
I received lately a letter from the house of Mackenzie and Glennie of this city giving an account...
We have been honored by your favors of the 18th April & the 28th May, as they both relate to...
This will be presented you by Mr. Gauvain who with his Lady have made us a visit since I wrote...
I have the pleasure to send you a copy of my note to Mr. Fox and of his answer respecting the...
We have the pleasure to acquaint you that we have this day agreed with the British Commissioners...
A knowledge that there exists a disposition to misrepresent all the facts relative to the late...
Jas. Monroe has the pleasure to enclose to Mr. Madison a power of attorney from Genl. La Fayette...
To morrow our project will be presented to Mr. Cevallos. To prepare it and the letter which...
I had an interview with Lord Mulgrave yesterday on the late seizure of ⟨ou⟩;r vessels, which I am...
I enclose you a press copy of my letter to you of the 14th. wh. I find however was not dated in...
Two incidents occurr’d in the course of the last session of our Assembly which are worthy some...
I have just received your letter of the 13th. of January, relative to the trial of Captain...
I requested Major Coleman to enclose you lately 300. dolrs. which are intended as a remitance or...
Since my last Callendar has been twice with me. He called in the morning on friday last and...
Major James Barbour of Orange has lately intimated a desire that I wod. make you acquainted with...
We have the honor to transmit herewith inclosed a Duplicate of our last under date of the 11th....
I arrived here last night in seven days from Paris which I left on the 8th. It is necessary to...
My publick letter of the 23. acknowledges the rect. of yours of 15th april containg. instructions...
As it appeared by what occurred in my interview with Mr Fox on the 28. ulto. that some weeks at...
The king has been several weeks and still continues to be dangerously ill. The report of his...
I informed you lately in a short note by Mr. Clark who sailed in the Remitance, of the death of...
I have the pleasure to enclose you my letter on the subject of the treaty, in conformity with...
Within a few days past I have received your letters of the 29. of July, the first addressed to...
The late struggle in the parliament has produc’d the appointment of Mr. Pitt to the place of Mr....
Jas. Monroe presents his best respects to Mr. Madison & requests he will be so good as forward...
On my return from Albemarle two days since I found the enclosed from Mr. Forbes which I beg to...
Permit me to present to yr. acquaintance the bearer Mr. Blake consul at St. Domingo who is...
On the 21. I desired an interview of Lord Harrowby for the purpose of “ascertaining the...
A bill wh. has been presented before the house of Reps. has produc’d much sensation here; I...
I have the honor to transmit to you by Doctr. Bullus a copy of my correspondence with Mr Canning...
I wrote you at great length by Havre on the 13th. by Mr. Hughes who was charged with the treaty....
The letter enclosed was sent to the tavern for Mr. Beckley, but the tavern keeper omitted to give...
The trial of Captain Whitby took place on the 17th. inst. at Portsmouth, before a Court Martial,...
I have lately rece[i]ved by Mr. Baring your letters of the 5th. & 16. of Jany: that of Octr....
I wrote you on the 16th. in haste by the “John Bulkley” a letter in which I observed that in...
Since my publick letter of the 16. I have recd. yr. private one of July 30th. with the originals...
I expected to have had the pleasure of see[i]ng you before this in my route to New Yk., but a...
I wrote you on the 16. & 18th. from Bordeaux so fully as to leave nothing to be added here,...