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Your favor of the 18th. was recieved in due time, and the answer has been delayed as well by a...
Since writing my letter of yesterday it has occurred to me that the stile in which, in my letters...
Such was the accumulation of business awaiting me here, that it was not till this day that I...
I recieved your letter just as I was going to bed last night and being to set out early this...
Your favor of came duly to hand, accompanied by the papers now returned, and by a note on the...
I was mistaken in supposing Alexander Baring arrived. it is Charles Baring, not connected in...
An indisposition of periodical head-ach has for some time disabled me from business, and...
I recd last evening your favor of the 26. and now inclose the promised list of the communications...
In the joint letter from you & Mr. P. of October a project on impressments is referred to which...
I duly recd your favor of the 5th. and with it your observations, addressed to the Dept. of...
I some days ago made a remittance to mr Jefferson with a request that he would pay you the amount...
You informed me that the instruments you had been so kind as to bring for me from England would...
I recd. last night your favor of the 3. and lose no time in forwarding the papers which it...
Hoping that a post note on Norfolk will be cash in Richmond, I enclose one for $300, instead of...
I inclose for your information copies of the letters which have passed on several subjects...
Your letter of April 25th. inclosing the British project of a Convention of limits, and your...
Since the communications by the Revenge which sailed on monday last, nothing very material has...
Since the event which led to the Proclamation of the 2d. inst. the British squadron has conducted...
The documents herewith inclosed from No. 1 to No. 9 inclusive explain the hostile attack with the...
I have not written to you by mr Purviance because he can give you vivâ voce all the details of...
Altho’ it is not certain that this will find you in London, I cannot commit to Mr. Purviance the...
In my letter of March l8th. to the joint Commission, it was signified that in a Conventional...
My letter of March 18th. acknowledged the receipt of your dispatches and of the Treaty signed on...
In my last letter of 26. I enclosed you a copy of one from Mr. Erskine communicating the British...
Mr. Erskine has presented, by instructions from his Government, a communication of the late...
A copy of the treaty with Gr. Britain came to mr Erskine’s hands on the last day of the session...
You will receive herewith a letter for yourself & Mr. P. acknowledging the receipt of your...
Your dispatch of Jany. 3d. with the Treaty signed Decr 31 with the British Commissioners, were...
I have the honor to recommend to your attention the case of Messrs Francis and Charles Bradbury,...
By Capt. Brewster, who, with his son and two Pilots, are about to proceed to England as Witnesses...
The triplicate of your communication of Novr. llth. has just been received. Those of Sepr. l2,...
Inclosed herewith is a statement of the case of the Marquis de Yrujo, which tho’ drawn up for...
Your letter of Octr. 24 with the communications which passed with the British Government on the...
You will have seen by my letter of the 6th. which went by sundry other conveyances, that the Bill...
The detention of the Leonidas enables me to inclose a copy of the bill suspending the...
You will have seen by my letter of the 6th. inst. which went by Sundry conveyances, that the bill...
The President having this day coplied with the recommendation in your letter of Septr. 12. by a...
Yesterday being the appointed day for the meeting of Congress, a quorum was made in both Houses,...
Your dispatch of the 11th. of Sepr. has been duly received. Altho’ the tenor of the discussions...
This goes by Merry to whom I have communicated the general complexion of your last joint despatch...
In the month of September last, the French ship of War L’Impetueux of 74 guns, being disabled by...
I have left the inclosed open for your inspection and beg the favor of you to forward it by some...
I inclose a copy of a letter from Messrs Levi Hollingsworth and Co. of Philada, in which they...
Mr. Clinton, the Mayor of New York, having understood that Capt. Whitby has stated that he is in...
I see with great concern that unavoidable delays are likely still to procrastinate your...
The enclosed Sketch, from the pen of Mr. Crowninshield, contains such pertinent and valuable...
terms precarious, and merchants know not what articles will be admitted into the Islands from day...
In my letter of the 22d. of April 1804 I referred you to a previous one to Mr. Gore, in which he...
In my letter of 15th. May I transmitted you a statement of the misconduct of three British ships...
The enclosed papers, respecting the practices of British traders with the Indians, to instigate...