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Although I was well acquainted with your reluctance to come into the office you hold, having seen...
By my Dispatch of this date to the Secretary of State, you will perceive what measures I have...
My last public letter to you was dated Janry. 7th. and acknowledged the receipt of yours of Novr....
The enclosed Papers from No. 1. to No. 6. inclusive may serve to shew the proceedings I conceived...
(Private & confidential) My dear Sir. Gibralter Feby 8th 1793. An easterly wind having suddenly...
Gibraltar, 8 Feb. 1793 . His letter No. 64, a duplicate of which went by a second conveyance,...
Gibraltar, 8 Feb. 1793 . The fortuitous arrival here of the British consuls for Morocco, Algiers,...
Lisbon, 19 Mch. 1793 . He acknowledges TJ’s dispatch of 2 Jan., accompanied by others for...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Lisbon March 24th 1793. I took the liberty of addressing a...
I have the honour to transmit a Copy of the Official Answer of the Secretary of State for foreign...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Lisbon April 4th 1793. Since I had the honour of addressing...
Lisbon, 4 Apr. 1793 . Since his letter of 24 Mch. he has repeated his application to the...
Lisbon, 29 Apr. 1793 . He has received no direct intelligence from America since his last...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Lisbon May 5th 1793 I wrote to the Secretary of State on the...
I have received on the 9th. instant the letter which you did me the honour to write to me on the...
I had the honour of writing to you on the 19th by Capt. Orne, who was bound to Salem. In that...
My last was of the 19th. of May. Since which time no vessel has sailed from this Port for the...
Lisbon, 1 July 1793 . In compliance with the instruction in TJ’s letter of 15 Mch. 1791 he...
Since my last, which was dated the first of July, I have had the honour to receive yours of the...
Lisbon, 4 Aug. 1793 . Three vessels arrived here a few days ago from St. Michael with...
Lisbon, 15 Aug. 1793 . Expecting no other opportunity to occur for some time, he forwards the...
Lisbon, 25 Aug. 1793 . He avails himself of the unanticipated sailing of a vessel for the United...
On the 28th. of last Month a Packet arrived from Falmouth; in which Captn. Cutting came...
In addressing a letter to you the day before yesterday, and announcing the arrival of Captn....
The consolation I derive from your good & friendly letter of the 23d of March compensates a great...
We have chartered a Swedish vessel at the rate of 340 Millrees per Month for two Months certain,...
We are this moment embarking, and I would not take my departure without just informing you of it....
We are now under way with a fair breeze, to go over the bar, in company with the vessel which...
After a very favorable passage, we landed at this Garrison on Sunday last; and the next day...
Gibraltar, 3 Oct. 1793 . Having announced in his last their arrival here with the hope of sailing...
A dispatch boat has just arrived from Algiers, which brings authentic intelligence, that a Truce...
(secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Gibralter Octr 7th 1793. By my letters of yesterday & to-day...
I wrote to you, under yesterday’s date, letters to be forwarded by four different conveyances,...
I have already forwarded for you five copies of Dispatches, to inform you, that a Truce for...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Alicant [Spain] Novr 23d 1793. By my letter of the 19th to...
(Secret & Confidential) My Dear Sir. Lisbon Janry 31st 1794 Immediately after my return from...
The Swedish vessel which was to have sailed with my last letters three days ago, has been...
I am confident it will not escape your recollection, that no Person of your acquaintance, has...
By every opportunity which has occurred, I have endeavoured to keep you informed of the great...
(Secret & confidential) My dear Sir. Lisbon June 30th 1794. Before this shall arrive, you will...
Captain Burnham, who will have the honour of delivering this letter, was commander of the first...
I seize the earliest moment to inform you of my safe arrival here (after a most disagreeable...
I beg leave to explain myself on a part of the plan for the management of the Algerine business,...
I would not trouble you with an acknowledgment of your friendly letter which I received by the...
On the 1st of Janry I had pleasure of writing to you a long letter, which I hope you will have...