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25 April 1801, London. No. 14. Notes that British fleet bound for Denmark passed under Swedish...
I acknowlege to have received of Louis Le Guen Esquire in deposit for the purposes of his...
It is a considerable time since our Consuls originated the practice of providing with...
So constant, my dear daughter, have been my occupations here since Congress met, that it has...
Your letter inclosing Captain Lewises memorandum came to me regularly: I return him thanks for...
Harwood to Munroe The first instalment of 40,000 dollars shall be paid at any time, in the year...
Letter not found. 22 November 1802, Boston. Acknowledged in Brent to Lowell, 3 Dec. 1802 (DNA: RG...
On the 12th. Novr. last I communicated to this Government, thro’ Mr. John Marshall, the complaint...
Mr. P<reble> who will present you this has been with us since the commencment of the present...
9 January 1804, Portsmouth. “As I have some friends at Algiers among whome is my father Tobias...
I have the honor to return Mr. Murray’s letters. That gentleman may be informed that suits have...
16 July 1802, Gibraltar. No. 45. Transmits a duplicate of his no. 44 and encloses a copy of his...
This address is dictated with a view of affording some information, without which the Executive...
21 January 1803, Tunis. Received official information “a few days ago” that Simpson had granted...
10 July 1801, Cape Town, Good Hope. Letter of 4 Aug. 1800 with his instructions did not arrive...
Inclosed I beg leave to send you copy of my last letter & also of the Light & harbour duties...
It may be gratifying to learn the temper of friends, in distant parts of the Country. By the...
Yours of the 2d. inst. has been duly recieved. I have altogether declined my journey to Bedford,...
I delivered to Mr. Skipwith, on 8th. inst. the books & papers belonging to the office of the...
18 February 1804, Bristol. Has not heard from JM since he last wrote on 10 Feb. “by this...
Mr Merry has had the Honor to receive Mr Madison’s Note dated Yesterday. In consequence of the...
Will it not be necessary to intimate to Congress the necessaty of some provision for making the...
I am sorry to be obliged to call your attention once more to the subject of the Transport Ship...
Lodato sia il cielo, se ò tutto perduto in questo mondo, mi resta nell’altro un tesoro, e voglio...
15 March 1803 , “ Near Natchez .” Has been requested to forward the enclosed petition from the...
I am told that Frost is a notorious Federalist, in the worst sense of that much-perverted term....
By the last Mail, I could only acknowledge the receipt of your esteemed favour of the 30th....
I cannot repress the emotions excited by your favor of the 16th. Instant—they were of profound...
If the Prayer of my Son’s Letter , which encloses this, could meet your Approbation, I should be...
I beg leave to inform you I am the person that made application to you at Monticillo for a small...