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After writing you from Hartford yesterday morning I came to this City to attend the Legislature,...
I had the happiness of being acquainted with your two worthy Predecessors. I have had the...
I accept with many thanks the kind expressions of the twelfth regiment of the militia of...
I have had the honour to receive your favour of the 16th. of September covering a letter of my...
Since My Offering Myself as a Candidate for the Office of Loan Officer in the place of Gnl....
Lest your rural tranquility should become insipid for want of a little seasoning, I have thought...
I had the pleasure of receiving your letter in answer to mine announcing the election of Col:...
29 October 1801, Amsterdam. Acknowledges JM’s 1 Aug. circular and promises to reply fully at...
29 October 1801, Georgetown. Sends JM a note regarding duties Baltimore customs office charged on...
29 October 1801, Kingston, Jamaica. Reports that Admiral Montagu, who has returned to Jamaica and...
29 October 1801, Paris. Since his letter of 12 Oct. acknowledging receipt of his commission, has...
Your Circular of Augt. 1. I have just had the honor to receive & shall fully reply thereto by the...
I had the Honour to address you the 9th. Instant since which Admiral Montigue has returned into...
By my letter of the 12th. Inst. I had the honor of acknowledging receipt of my Commission to this...
I most sincerely thank you for your Letter of the 11th. Ulto. and for the highly obliging...
Your esteemed favour of 23d Inst was regularly forwarded, had I been in place to receive it—The...
30 October 1801, Bordeaux. Drew fl. 410 on U.S. bankers at Amsterdam on 21 Oct., the balance of...
30 October 1801, New Haven. Introduces Chauncy Bulkley of Chatham, Connecticut, “a very...
30 October 1801, Prince Edward. Introduces Elijah Hendrick and recommends him for employment in...
30 October 1801, Cap Français. No. 14. Wrote to JM on 28 Oct. via brig bound to Newburyport; has...
30 October 1801 , “ Ship Calliope, off Port-Penn , ( Dele .).” Acknowledges JM’s 24 Oct. letter...
30 October 1801, Philadelphia. Requests JM to remind the president that his extraordinary...
30 October 1801, Philadelphia. Acknowledges JM’s letter of 21 Oct. relating to imprisonment of Le...
I had the honour of writing you on the 8th. August enclosing from Mr. Dawson, to which and mine...
On the 28th. instant I had the honor of writing to you a few lines in haste, respecting the state...
I have but little more time left than to acknowledge the rect. of your favor of the 24th....
Having been confined to my house with the gout, a considerable part of the past summer, I...
Received Yours of 16th of the present month by the last post, and am very sorry to inform You...
I have delivered your letter to Griffin , who has been to see your estate since you left...
I cannot let pass the opportunity by Mr. Dupont, of saying in this private manner some things...
Having been absent from home, at the time our last weekly post arrived, I could not return an...
It is confidently believed that a considerable Expedition composed of land & Sea forces, is...
31 October 1801, American Consulate, London. No. 4. Dawson’s delayed departure and return to...
31 October 1801, Gibraltar. No. 75. Reports that Spanish shore batteries fired on American...
The disappointment of Mr. Dawson as to h is passage, & his consequent return to London a se cond...
My last Dispatch was No. 74 to which please be referrd. I have now to inform you that on the 19h:...
Your favors of the 25th. & 26th. inst. came to hand last night. I feel with great sensibility the...
Your favor of the 24th. has been duly recieved. the promised visit to you had not escaped us; on...
I recieved a letter from you in March last which expressed a willingness to undertake the duties...
I have intended every day since my arrival here to write you a line and inform you of my having...
1 November 1801, Santiago de Cuba. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s 1 Aug. circular letter and is...
1 November 1801, Amsterdam. Will attend to contents of JM’s 1 Aug. circular letter . Takes...
1 November 1801, London. Private No. 3. Hopes papers conveyed by Dawson will provide president...
A few days ago I received your Circular of first of Augt. 1801, to the Consuls & Commercial...
I am just favored with the receipt of your Circular of August 1s. and shall pay due respect to...
I hope that the papers which I have forwarded by Mr. Dawson may furnish the kind of information...
Among the books mentioned in the letter of Oct. 22. with which you favored me is one only which I...
I recieved some days ago a very fine rock fish by the stage which, by a card of address...
The only Apology I have to offer for presuming to trouble your Excellency with the inclosd, is my...
I some days ago recieved a letter from Messrs. Denniston & Chetham of the most friendly kind,...