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Mr George W. Murray, whose cargo shipped on board of the Active of Philada was condemned in January last, by the Judge of the Vice Admiralty at Antigua, considering the condemnation as particularly oppressive, has requested that his case might be recommended to your patronage. It seems, that a residence he formerly had in France, for a particular purpose, was considered by the Court of...
I have left the inclosed open for your inspection and beg the favor of you to forward it by some safe conveyance, if you have not in the mean while been apprized of Mr. Harris’s having received a duplicate. I have the honor to be &c DNA : RG 59—IM—Instructions to Ministers.
The case committed to the care of Mr. Erving in the inclosed letter (which I beg you to hand to him) being marked with very peculiar circumstances, I have thought it expedient also to request your advice to him and even your own direct interposition if you are encouraged to expect a suitable effect from it. Mr. McElwee, the father of the impressed young man, feeling with just sensibility the...
21 June 1805, Department of State. “I have the honor to inclose an extract of a letter I have had occasion to write to Genl Armstrong containing some supplementary observations on the controversy with Spain, not comprehended in my letter to you of the 23d May which was forwarded to Madrid. “I also forward some private letters by this opportunity of a gentleman going from Alexandria.” Letterbook...
The enclosed Sketch, from the pen of Mr. Crowninshield, contains such pertinent and valuable information respecting the trade to India, as to induce an attempt, though late, to convey it to you. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, with great respect & consideration, Your most obed. Servt. DLC .
My letter of March 18th. acknowledged the receipt of your dispatches and of the Treaty signed on the 31st. of December, of which Mr Purviance was the bearer, and signified that the sentiments and views of the President formed on the actual posture of our affairs with Great Britain, would without any needless delay, be communicated. The subject is accordingly resumed, in this dispatch, with...