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I beg leave to inform you that I wrote to you from Washington and Baltimore , and sent, by the Post, from the latter place, several packets which I hope you have received. I now send three brochures — “ Select papers of the Belfast Literary Society ”— Certain Individuals the friends of General Armstrong , have informed me that he has often declared that he will not oppose my reappointment as...
I had the honor of sending you , the other day, from new york , thro’ the Post-Office, three no s of a Philosophical work, which I hope will reach you—From Baltimore I sent you three packets containing brochures — You were pleased to promise me a copy of your “Manual of Parliamentary practice, ” which I promised to send to a friend at Paris . If you can spare two Copies I wish much to keep one...
I beg leave to inform you, that I have received your letter, of the 11th of Jan. , which gives me the pleasing hope of returning as Consul to Paris . I need not repeat how much I am indebted to you for your friendship—To be reestablished at Paris will make me quite happy, as it will afford me the means of a decent existence and of improvement in scientific pursuits—which I value more than...
I beg leave to inform you that I have written to my friend Doctor Stephenson to send you, as soon as possible, some of the Fioren grass, which will no doubt as you observe, be a very valuable acquisition in this Country.— I am almost ashamed to renew the subject of my appointment to you, but my unfortunate situation obliges me to state that the President informed me today that he cannot...
In consequence of the enquiry which you were pleased to make last evening, with respect to my conduct in a certain affair, I beg leave to present you the following statement of facts. A french vessel, by the particular permission, or instruction of General Armstrong was purchased by Captain Haley, in the name of Captain Banks, an american, to sail as a Parlementaire or flag vessel for the...
I beg leave to offer you the following explanation concerning my conduct as Agent of Prize Causes, which has been, as you are pleased to inform me, represented to you, in an unfavorable manner. It gratifies me much to be permitted to expose the false charges secretly made for the purpose of disappointing my views. Without this favor, I could find no security against the shafts of malice. If I...
I have the pleasure of informing you that the President , on the 2d Instant, was pleased to nominate me as Consul t at Paris , and the nomination was confirmed, the following day, by the Unanimous vote of the Senate . I have proposed to embark with mr. Barlow , but am, this day, advised, for several reasons, political, as well as private, to embark on the John Adams , which, the Secretary of...
I had the honor of receiving your letter, of the 11th Instant, the evening before the John Adams sailed from Newport: I have returned to this City to wait your instructions concerning my departure for France. I am, Sir, with great respect, your most obedient, and very humble Servt. RC ( DLC ); letterbook copy ( MdHi : Warden Papers).
I beg leave to inform you, that, at the moment, when I was on the eve of embarking for France , at Newport, I received a note from the President directing me to suspend my departure till I received further instructions on this point. I propose to wait for them at this City; and will be glad to be the Bearer of letters which you proposed to commit to my care. General Bailey informs me that he...
I have the honor of informing you, that I received, from General Bailey , the note you were pleased to write to me, inclosing a letter for mr Tracey : this day, I have received your letter of the 28th of last month , inclosing letters for Madame de Tessé , General La Fayette , and mr Walsh . I have already taken the liberty of informing you, that my departure, for France