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I informed General Kosciuszko of your kind attention to the location of his lands, and of your...
Your favor of June 4. has been duly recieved. on recurring to the deed of Genl. Kosciuzko to...
We find it of advantage to the public to ask of those to whom appointments are proposed, if they...
Letter not found. 27 May 1804. Acknowledged in Armstrong to JM, 2 June 1804 , as an offer of...
Will Genl Armstrong do Th: Jefferson the favor to come & take family soupe with him to-day at...
A Commission by which the President appoints you Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States to...
I have requested the Treasury to remit you three thousand dollars according to your request. If...
Your letter of August 6th. has been duly received. Those of August 2d & 4 addressed to Mr. Wagner...
Letter not found. 6 September 1804, Department of State. Offered for sale by B. Altman & Co....
Since my last of June 29th to Mr Livingston I have received his several communications under the...
Your letter of the 10th of November had a long passage, and the duplicate copy by the way of...
The Officers of the French Government in St Domingo having made that Government a debtor to Mr...
With the exception of several letters on special subjects, my last was dated on the 24th of...
Your account dated 25th December last, which has not been examined at the Treasury for want of...
From the period when the misunderstandings between France and the United States encouraged the...
Messrs. Thomas Lewis & Son of Boston were the owners of the ship Hope and Cargo, which were...
On reviewing the letters from you not yet acknowledged I find them under the following dates, viz...
It is represented by the parties interested in the ship New Jersey and cargo, for which indemnity...
§ To John Armstrong, George W. Erving, and James Monroe. 4 December 1805, Department of State....
Mr Skipwith has represented himself to be aggrieved by an attachment laid by the French...
I have duly received from time to time your several letters bearing dates 3 July 10 & 15 Augt. 10...
The rein given by Great Britain thro’ the arbitrary decisions of her Admiralty Courts to the...
I herewith inclose an act of Congress just passed on the subject of the commerce with St....
On the supposition that by the time this reaches you the negotiations prescribed in my letter of...