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In Consequence of the just Objections, which your Conduct had furnished against your Continuance...
Letter not found. 20 June 1805 . Calendared in the index to the State Department notes to foreign...
From information which seems to claim belief, it appears that the Ship Huntress, laden by the...
Letter not found. 1 May 1805 . Calendared in the index to the State Department notes to foreign...
Letter not found. 4 April 1805 . Calendared in the index to the State Department notes to foreign...
Letter not found. 28 February 1805 . Acknowledged in Yrujo to JM, 12 Mar. 1805 . Calendared in...
Letter not found. 29 November 1804. Calendared in the index to the State Department notes to...
Letter not found. 1 November 1804. Calendared in the index to the State Department notes to...
Letter not found. 30 October 1804. Calendared in the index to the State Department notes to...
I have received and laid before the President your letter of the 21st inst, declining to offer...
Your letter of the 13th. inst: communicating certain conditions which His C. Majesty considers as...
Your letters of the 7th. and 17th. inst. complaining of the 11th. Section in an Act of Congress...
It gives me pleasure to find by your letter of the 1st instant, that you did not intend by any...
I have laid before the President your letter of the 23d Ult, in which the United States are...
31 January 1804, Department of State. “The enclosed original documents (which I pray you to...
Mr. John Hollins a respectable Citizen of Baltimore, conceives that much injustice is done him at...
I have duly received your two letters of the 4th. & 27th. Ult. and have laid them before the...
I have received and submitted to the President your letter of the 2d inst, referring to the...
I have lately received a letter from the Merchants of this District, stating the inconveniencies...
I have had the honor to receive your letter of the 18th. ult. in which you represent, that...
A ship is nearly ready to sail from Norfolk for Algiers with Maritime stores and other articles...
Your letters of the 19, & 20 inst. the first communicating the orders of His Catholic Majesty for...
The latest information from New Orleans makes it certain that altho’ your letters to the Governor...
18 February 1803, Department of State. Acknowledges receipt of Yrujo’s letters of 5 and 14 Feb....
3 February 1803, Department of State, Washington. Acknowledges Yrujo’s letters of 25 , 26 , and...
The inclosed copy of a letter addressed to the President by Mr. Oliver Pollock and of the...
29 November 1802, Department of State. Asks for the letter Yrujo intended to transmit to New...
Information has just been received that the Port of New Orleans has been shut against the...
The Secretary of State was duly honored with Mr. Yrujo’s Note of the 28th. of July last. The...
Mr. Madison has the Honor to inform the Chevalier d’Yrujo that no time has been lost in taking...
Letter not found. 16 February 1802. Acknowledged in Yrujo to JM, 18 Feb. 1802 . Inquires about...
Letter not found. 8 February 1802. Mentioned in Yrujo to JM, 18 Feb. 1802 . Requests passports...
24 July 1801, Department of State Encloses an extract from letter written by American consul in...
Letter not found. 12 June 1801. Acknowledged in Yrujo to JM, 16 June 1801 . Informs Spanish...
25 May 1801, Department of State . Responds to Yrujo’s 14 May request to suspend establishment of...