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1 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 1 July 1801 … 1801-07-01 1 July 1801, Norfolk. Conveys box of the “best cegars” from Captain Dutton; “they are of the best...
2 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 11 June 1802 1802-06-11 I Received yr favor, the wine shall be sent as you desire, of the same Cargo. I have just arived...
3 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 22 June 1802 1802-06-22 I Received your favor the wine similar & of the same cargo was shipped & expect with you before...
4 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 19 July 1802 … 1802-07-19 19 July 1802, Norfolk. “The wines & Brandy lie ready for an opty. to Fredricksbg. & will be...
5 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 28 November 1802 1802-11-28 Inclosed is mrs Bonneville’s order on Mr. Thomas Paine, which I have no doubt will be paid I will...
6 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, Jr., 8 August 1803 … 1803-08-08 8 August 1803, Norfolk . Informs JM that “Hudson impressed by Capt. Douglas, of the British...
7 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, Jr., 12 September … 1803-09-12 I now do myself the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of yr favor. I will endeavor to procure...
8 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, Jr., 29 November … 1803-11-29 29 November 1803, Washington. Introduces “Mr. George Lynham, a Merchant of Norfolk.” “This...
9 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 5 May 1804 1804-05-05 The Collector for this port having as I have heard, determind to resign his office; from the many...
10 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 4 September 1805 … 1805-09-04 § From Thomas Newton. 4 September 1805, Norfolk . “I have made inquiry after Mr Jas McHenry in...
11 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 26 May 1806 … 1806-05-26 § From Thomas Newton. 26 May 1806, Norfolk. “Inclosed are several letters received from on board...
12 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 27 May 1806 … 1806-05-27 § From Thomas Newton. 27 May 1806, Norfolk. “Herwith I send you a copy of a letter I recieved...
13 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 16 June 1806 1806-06-16 I received yr. communication respectg. the equipment of two Schrs. as privateers at Hampton. I...
14 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 15 July 1806 1806-07-15 One of the vessels you mentioned as equipping to Cruise against the Brittish trade, has left...
15 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 11 August 1806 1806-08-11 Your letters by the last post I received this moment (11 O’Clock) & made immediate inquiry for a...
16 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 11 August 1806 1806-08-11 The Brittish Ship of War Chichester of 44 guns Edwd. Stopford Commander arrived in Hampton road...
17 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 14 August 1806 1806-08-14 The Schooner Tartar belonging to Chas & Joseph Cooper of Hampton is now here being one of the...
18 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 16 August 1806 1806-08-16 I have this day sold 12 bars. of the rice agreeable to yr. directions and obtaind five dollars &...
19 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 16 August 1806 1806-08-16 Yesterday I sold 12 bars. of the rice agreeable to yr. directions at $5 & 6. I shall be glad of...
20 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 23 August 1806 1806-08-23 The above is a Copy of a report made by Capt. Vickery, of the conduct of Capt. Stopford of the...
21 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 28 August 1806 1806-08-28 The Brittish Ship of War Chichester Capt. Stopford, on going to Sea run a ground & sprung a leak,...
22 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 3 September 1806 1806-09-03 The French frigate L Cybele has come into this harbour to refit. The Capt. Officers & Crew have...
23 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 5 September 1806 1806-09-05 I Received yesterday a letter from Jno. Hamilton Esqr. the Brittish Consul, inclosing a list of...
24 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 5 September 1806 1806-09-05 The Brittish Frigate Melampus Ct arived in Hampton Road from Plymouth G Brittain, wants supplies...
25 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 18 September 1806 1806-09-18 The Impeteaux a French 74 gun ship Was drove on shore, near Currituck Inlet, & burnt, by the...
26 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 30 September 1806 1806-09-30 The Brittish Ship of War Bellona Capt. Douglas of 74 guns & Amazon Frigate Capt. Tucker with...
27 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 27 November 1806 1806-11-27 I Received your Certificates respecting Streatland the impressed Seaman on board The Albion Capt...
28 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 28 November 1806 1806-11-28 Inclosed is a receipt for a Hd of old Brasil wine, which I hope will meet your approbation. I...
29 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 29 November 1806 1806-11-29 Above is a Copy of a letter I rece’d from Coll Hamilton respectg Wm. Streatland & Thos’...
30 Newton, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Newton, 9 December 1806 1806-12-09 Yesterday I am informd the Brittish Ship of War Cambrian anchord in Hampton Road. She was one of...