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I thought that Mr. Pinkney had concluded the business of the bank stock, when I wrote the last...
It has occurr’d to me it might possibly be of some use for me to give Mr. Livingston a letter to...
It is understood that the functions of the marshall here ceased on the last of June, by virtue of...
I arrived here on saturday so much overcome with the fatigue of the journey that I kept my bed...
We arrived here yesterday in 29. days from the Hook. The voyage was as favorable in other...
I have just received your letter of the 15. of April containing instructions for the prosecution...
We are sorry to inform you that the negotiation with which we were charged by the President with...
I enclose you a copy of General armstrong’s letter to me enclosing Mr. Talleyrand’s reply to Mr...
I arrived here on the 20th. and found my family in pretty good health. The French government is...
On the 20th Ulto. I wrote Lord Hawkesbury by Mr. Sumter & apprized him of my arrival in town in...
Since the conclusion of the treaty with France for the purchase of Louisiana, which was forwarded...
We have the pleasure to transmit to you by Mr d’Erieux a Treaty which we have concluded with the...
I have yet recd. no letter from Lord Mulgrave or other communication on the subjects depending. A...
§ From James Monroe. 3 October 1805, London. “The object of this is to present to your...
These considerations induc’d us to sign the treaty & submit it to the wisdom of our government,...
After a voyage of 4. days and nights and of more sickness & distress than we ever experiencd...
It is particularly grateful to me to hear by yr. letter of the 8th. instt. that my communication...
I have yours by Mr. Purviance of the 10th. Octr. and had before recd. that of the 29. Sepr. with...
I inclose you a view which I have taken of the question whether W. Florida is comprized in the...
I Sent you lately by Col. Mercer my note to Lord Mulgrave of the 23d. ulto. relative to the late...
I have seen Mr. Fox and Mr. Grey to day & had long conversations with each on our affairs & have...
I sent you by Liverpool lately a copy of Mr. Livingstons last letter to me relative to the...
I had the pleasure to receive yesterday your favor of the 21. instant. I have examined since, all...
Your letter of the 13. Jany. is the last that I have received. The pamphlet enclosed with it has...
Mr. P<reble> who will present you this has been with us since the commencment of the present...
I received yesterday a note from Mr. Fox appointing to-morrow (Saturday 19.) for an interview...
In our publick communications we have been so full that little is left to be added here. I...
By my letter of yesterday you will find that the business is at an end with this government &...
We do ourselves the honor to enclose you a copy of the treaty which we lately concluded with the...
I had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 11th. ulto. on the 25. by Mr. Prentis. I find by...
I have received information that measures, imposing serious restrictions on our navigation and...