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6 June 1802, Department of State. Introduces the bearer, Captain Johnson, who goes to Paris to...
I have been favored with yours of the 25th of Feby. in answer to mine on the subject of the...
The inclosed extract of a letter from Mr. Lear to Le Clerc the General in Chief at St. Domingo...
My letter of the 4th. with a P.S. of the 8th. being delivered to the Captain of the vessel, the...
27 January 1802, Department of State. At the request of Senator Sheafe of New Hampshire, provides...
Having recieved from mr Short and others a very strong recommendation of M. Pougens a bookseller...
I have the honor to inclose a copy of the memorial of Jeremiah Lawrence and others, complaining...
The case of Mr William Lewis, whose vessel was carried into Tobago by a French Cruizer, as stated...
I have duly recd yours of the 8th. and will pay to it the attention you wish. We expect an...
The bearer hereof is mr Robert Carter , one of the sons of Colo. Charles Carter of Shirley in...
The question of Neutral rights has not yet been taken up in our Cabinet. there is a visible...
Mr Stephen Girard, a respectable Merchant of Philadelphia, intending to send his Agent, Mr Robert...
You were probably acquainted in this Country with Colonel Toussard who will have the honor of...
Your favor of the 10th. inst. came to hand yesterday, and I recieve it with the respect &...
Your favor of Dec. 20. has been recieved. the copy of the late volume of agricultural proceedings...
Your favor of the 12th. is just now at hand. with respect to the time of your departure it will...
The reasonable and friendly views with which you have been instructed by the President to enter...
I recd. from the hand of Col. Livingston your favor of Novr. 23. His return having been...
Your favor of the 24 Ult: has lain longer by me without an acknowledgt. than I intended. One...
Our Attorney general being absent, and none of the other members of the administration being...
This is probably the last time I shall address you on this side the water. the occasion is...
I am within a few minutes of setting out on a short visit to Monticello, and must therefore be...
I dropt you lately a few lines on the subject of Jerome Bonaparte’s expected marriage to a young...
Your favor of the 29 Ulto. was duly handed to me by Mr. Townsend. I congratulate Mrs. Livingston...
Having written to you some time past, that the papers respecting the claim of William Lewis were...
I lost no time, after the receipt of your letter requesting a passport for Col. Livingston, in...
Mr Fitzsimons of Philadelphia, on behalf of those interested in the ship New Jersey has requested...
Know Ye, That reposing special Trust and confidence in the Integrity, Prudence and Abilities of...
I have the honor to enclose you an application from Col. Leven Powell of Virginia, relative to a...
Jerome Bonaparte who came to this country with a view to a more secure passage to Europe, has...
The Bearer Mr. Isaac Coles is about to visit England, and will probably see Paris before he comes...
I have undertaken to forward the inclosed letter addressed to the First Consul of France, at the...
I have the honor to inclose copies of a communication made to me by the Senat⟨ors⟩ from...
Mr. Latil a Frenchman by birth, but a Citizen of the U. States for near 20 years past, being...
This will be handed to you by Mr. Curwan who is charged with sundry claims by Mr. Stephan Gerard...
Information is just received that the sloop of War, the Maryland, has arrived with despatches...
You will receive by Mr. Dupont herewith a public letter on th⟨ose⟩ subjects most important in...
The public letters which you will receive by this conveyance acknowledge all the letters recd....
In my letter of the 7th. February I intimated that if your desire of returning to the United...
28 November 1801, Department of State, Washington. Requests Livingston’s aid in obtaining...
The two reciepts of Pougens have come safely to hand. the account had been settled without...
The bearer hereof, mr Tubeuffe, is the son of a gentleman of that name from France who settled in...
Inclosed herewith is a Blank Commission for the Consulate at Antwerp, vacated by the translation...
In my letter of the 31st of January expressive of the wishes of the President in relation to such...
The two last letters received from you bear date on the —— and 30th September, so that we have...
My last of which a duplicate is now sent, was of the twenty sixth day of March. I have since...
A favorable and a confidential opportunity offering by Mr. Dupont de Nemours, who is revisiting...
The person to whom I committed my despatches of the 31st ult having been detained here till this...
You will recieve, probably by this post, from the Secretary of State, the final instructions for...
A report reaches us this day from Baltimore (on probable, but not certain grounds) that Mr....