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12 October 1801, Paris. Acknowledges receipt on 28 Sept. of JM’s 9 June letter with commission...
On the 28th. Ulto. I had the honor of receiving your letter of the 9th. of June last accompanying...
29 October 1801, Paris. Since his letter of 12 Oct. acknowledging receipt of his commission, has...
By my letter of the 12th. Inst. I had the honor of acknowledging receipt of my Commission to this...
I cannot let pass the opportunity by Mr. Dupont, of saying in this private manner some things...
14 March 1802, Paris. Has not written to JM since Livingston’s arrival, having had nothing to...
Since Mr. Livingston’s arrival at Paris, I have not had the honor of writing to you, having been...
30 March 1802, Paris. “With the approbation of Mr. Livingston I have taken on myself to appoint...
With the approbation of Mr. Livingston I have taken on myself to appoint Mr. James Anderson of...
29 July 1802, Paris. Introduces John Jones Waldo of Massachusetts and recommends him for “one of...
Under cover of my last letter of the 14th. March I had the honor of inclosing to you two seperate...
1 August 1802, Paris. “The foregoing being from a very respectable merchant of Philadelphia, and...
8 August 1802, Paris. “Mr. Dobell lately appointed by the President, to the Commercial Agency of...
Mr. Dobell lately appointed by the President, to the Commercial Agency of Havre, has declined...
I beg you to excuse, my dear Sir, my writing to you personally on the subject of my Countrymens...
20 November 1802, Paris. “The papers accompanying this were left with me by Mr. Clarke, three...
The papers accompanying this were left with me by Mr. Clarke, three days ago, on his departure...
The President, by the time this reaches you, will have received from Mr. Livingston & Mr. Sumter...
3 February 1803, Paris. “The Council of Liquidation having refused to liquidate several Claims...
The Council of Liquidation having refused to liquidate several Claims committed to my charge, for...
The bearer of this Mr. Thos. L. Halsey , a Gentleman of very distinguished connexions in the...
20 May 1803, Paris . Conceives the business of American claims against the French government and...
I was favored about the middle of June with your letter of the 4th. May, with a remittence, in a...
Being charged by Mr Livingston, during his absence from Paris, with his Correspondence with this...
Letter not found. 11 September 1803 . Calendared as a three-page letter in the lists probably...
With this I have the honor of forwarding a Copy of my last letter to you of the 24th. Ulto. Mr....
For some time past, I have been waiting to obtain from Havre & Rouen, a note of the expences paid...
You have here a copy of my last Letter to you of the 13th. of Septemr. The Board, as I there...
16 November 1803, Paris. “To day I have been fortunate enough to have a long & very Satisfactory...
I have here the honor of transmitting the Statement of claims referred to in my last letter of...