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Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to Governor Pinckney & incloses him the opinion of the Attorney general referred to in his letter of the 18th. and which was not printed at that date. DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
The letter, of which a copy is inclosed, from Mr. George G Lee, an Officer in the Navy of the U States, discloses a species of forgery, which may be followed by consequences highly injurious to our Mediterranean trade. Capt. Dulton, the bearer, affording a safe and direct conveyance, I have also inclosed the forged passport and Register, alluded to in the letter, and a copy of the genuine...
I have received a letter from Thomas Davis, Arnold Welles and Peter C. Brooks requesting that an application may be made to the Spanish Government, thro’ the Minister of the United States at Madrid, to ascertain the reasons for detaining at Rio La Plata sundry vessels and cargoes. For a particular explanation of their object I refer to the letter itself, of which a copy is inclosed. You will...
I have duly received your favour agreeing to accept an appointment as Minister plenipotentiary to the court of Spain, and wishing to know when it would be expected you should take your departure. the convenience of Colo. Humphreys, the present minister there is the circumstance which must chiefly influence that question. you should be there as early in autumn as may admit his return to this...
9 June 1804, Department of State. “As Mr Appleton, the Consul at Leghorn, has presented his accounts up to the close of last year, to the Treasury for liquidation, and his Agent will receive what is found due, they will of course not be payable out of the funds at your disposal. In this particular instance accounts which ought to have been settled with you have been received at the Treasury,...
I avail myself of the present conveyance just made known to me, to inclose you a copy of the Message of the President to Congress and a few newspapers containing such of their proceedings and debates as have been published. You will find that the injury threatened to our navigation by the activity which the peace will give to foreign regulations, particularly to the countervailing Act of Great...
Messrs Wells of Boston, who are interested in the affair of the twelve bills now under the charge of Mr Richard Hughes in Spain, have requested that the application you have made to the Spanish Government for relief might be strengthened by instructions from this Department. On examining the case, it does not distinctly appear, whether the Governor of Cadiz, in suspending the recourse of the...
18 January 1803, Department of State. “My letters of Novr. 27th and Jany 10th communicated the information which had been received at those dates, relating to the violation at New Orleans of our Treaty with Spain; together with what had then passed between the House of Representatives and the Executive on the subject.… He has accordingly selected for this service, with the approbation of the...
13 June 1802, Department of State, Washington. Introduces the bearer, William Cooke, who has a claim against Spain “which he is going to Madrid to prosecute—and it will of course be patronized and urged by you as far as may be proper.” Letterbook copy ( DNA : RG 59, IM , vol. 6). 1 p. This letter evidently was never delivered, for Cooke did not sail for Madrid until 1803 (see JM to Pinckney,...
Since my letter of the 8th instant, the Marquis d’Yrujo has received answers to his letters to the Governor and Intendant of Louisiana in which it is stated by the latter, as well as the former officer, that the suspension of our deposit, was not the effect of any orders from the Spanish Government. No intimation however was given that the suspension would be removed in consequence of the...