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25 April 1801, London. No. 14. Notes that British fleet bound for Denmark passed under Swedish guns that held their fire. Reports Nelson’s exploits at Copenhagen. Believes British government dissatisfied with armistice because Danes have not left armed league. There is much speculation concerning the character and views of new Russian czar, whom British hope to detach from the league. Issue in...
I acknowlege to have received of Louis Le Guen Esquire in deposit for the purposes of his marriage contract with his present wife Mary Le Guen the sum of Twenty Five thousand Dollars which with his consent have been disposed of as follows say Five thousand Dollars in the Stock of the New York Insurance Company standing in the name of the Trustees Five thousand Dollars in a loan to Richard...
It is a considerable time since our Consuls originated the practice of providing with certificates foreign vessels purchased abroad by citizens of the United States; and it is even understood that some such vessels have been supplied with Consular Registers and Sea-letters. To secure the bona fide property of our citizens is an important duty of the Government, but to repress or regulate a...
So constant, my dear daughter, have been my occupations here since Congress met, that it has never been in my power to write any thing which could admit of delay at all: and our post now passing but once a week, lessens the opportunities, tho the rapidity is increased to 24. hours between this place & Charlottesville. I recieved by mr Randolph the frills & a pair of stockings. it will be...
Your letter inclosing Captain Lewises memorandum came to me regularly: I return him thanks for the information and express my gratitude to you for the credit you offerr me with the Georgia merchants. Long sickness or a broken limb should allways be deemed possible and provided for before hand.—Martha received the medal today: the execution is fine but Ceracchi was much better worth copying...
Harwood to Munroe The first instalment of 40,000 dollars shall be paid at any time, in the year 1804, when demanded by Maryland; the second instalment at any time, in 1805, when demanded. The interest on any instalment of course to cease from after the day when payment shall be made—I think that the first instalmt. ought to have been paid on 1 Jany. 1804 & that the second should be paid on 1...
Letter not found. 22 November 1802, Boston. Acknowledged in Brent to Lowell, 3 Dec. 1802 (DNA: RG 59, DL, vol. 14), as a request for information regarding an error in the account of his late father, Judge John Lowell (see John Lowell to JM, 4 Aug. 1802 , PJM-SS Robert J. Brugger et al., eds., The Papers of James Madison: Secretary of State Series (4 vols. to date; Charlottesville, Va., 1986—)....
On the 12th. Novr. last I communicated to this Government, thro’ Mr. John Marshall, the complaint which the Captain General of the Island of Cuba made against Capt. Mullowny of the sloop of war of the United States, the Ganges, and requesting the corresponding satisfaction: the said Secretary of State answered me on the 21st. of the same month of Novr. that the subject would be examined, and...
Mr. P<reble> who will present you this has been with us since the commencment of the present negotiation, as a secretary, assisting in translating our communications to the minister of spain & Prince of peace into French, & those of the former from the Sph. into English. He has been of great service to us, indeed had we not had the good fortune to find him here, we shod. have been exposed to...
9 January 1804, Portsmouth. “As I have some friends at Algiers among whome is my father Tobias Lear, I now write you these few lines to let you know that all thier friends in this place are uneasy on account of thier not having recieved letters from them since they left Gibralter. I have wrote them a few lines and enclosed them to you sir as my hond. father desired me to do; and if you will be...