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Immediately on the reciept of your letter I communicated to mr Nicholas so much of it as related to Varina. he & mr Patterson dined with me two days ago. mr Patterson, it seems, never meant to purchase more land than a mere seat, and small farm for it’s support. with this mr Nicholas has supplied him near Warren, & he begins to build in the spring. in the choice of a situation, his first...
Resolved, That the President be requested to direct the proper officers to report to this House, the measures which have been adopted to carry into execution the “Act of Congress, of 21. February, 1806, appropriating two millions of dollars for defraying any extraordinary expenses attending the intercourse between the United States, and foreign nations;” particularly whether the said two...
I communicate to Congress certain letters which passed between the British Secretary of State, mr Canning, & mr Pinckney our Minister Plenipotentiary at London. when the documents concerning the relations between the United States & Great Britain were laid before Congress, at the commencement of the session, the answer of mr Pinckney to the letter of mr Canning had not been received, and a...
A few days ago, in conversation with an Officer of high standing in the Naval Department, with whom I had held Considerable intercourse, and mutual opinion in the auxiliary mode of defence by Gun-boats, during the affair of the Chesapeake, he intimated such a change of sentiment in favor of increasing the navy for the purposes of external service, and treated the former system so lightly, as...
Your’s of Dec. 7. was not recieved till yesterday, and I am sorry to say, too late to prevent the operation of the former ones. that of Nov. 10. announcing that you should go out of office on the 3d. of March, was recieved the 11th. of Dec. and the one to the Secretary of state, confirming it in form, came to hand very soon after. the distance, and short space of time rendered it necessary to...
Your Letter of the 31 Dec. last delighted me more than usual. It was a new mark of your affectionate esteem—it assured me of your continued health; It was an evident proof that I was not yet left alone. Last year has again bereft me of a worthy friend; and I can not longer fill up the empty place with others, ere long, if mÿ days are to be prol onged, I Shall mourn them in mÿ Solitude where,...
Tengo la honra de hacer presente à V.S. que el Consul de S. M. C. Fernando 7o. en Charleston me participa que ha llegado á dicho Puerto la Goleta Corsaria Francesa nombrada Superior su Capitan Brevar con 4 Cañones y 85 hombres procedente de Sto. Domingo y que conduce segun los informes que le han dado, y qe. pertenecen a un Español Añil Marca. S No. 1 à 14 222 Zurras B. No. 1 à 14 14. Ydem B....
Since my respects of the Instant I am informed Wheat is rose from 10% . to 14%. P Quarter, I presume in consequence of there being no probability of an importation from the United States. The American Ship Cincinnatus Captain P. Heulte is arrived here from Bordeaux after a passage of 11 Days, with about 400 Tons of Wine Brandy &c. for orders from England, and I am informed several other...
I am happy to inform you, on my way here from Columbia, and from information received since, from different parts of this State, that the printed documents laid by you before Congress, (which have been sent on by our Members) have made a very strong impression upon the public mind here, and has carried conviction to the mind of every candid Man,—That you have done every thing in your power,...
The Petition of Lewis Leroy of the town of Washington State of north Carolina Your Petitionner Humbly Sheweth, that in august Last he obtained from the Collector of this Port a Permission to Send out to guadeloupe a Certain Schooner Called the union to bring proprety belonging to your Petitionner that was Left there prior to the embargo, that the Said Schooner Returned to this Port in october...