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The enclosed letter of Jacob Peterson of the American armed ship Asia and copy of the Protest of...
A case has lately been stated to the Treasury Department by one of the Northwestern Collectors of...
The course of things in the neighboring islands of the West Indies appears to have given a...
You will herewith receive a Commission giving you powers to adjust by proper stipulations with...
I have been long very delinquent towards you, as a correspondent, and am to thank you that you...
I have the Honour to acknowledge the Receipt of your Confidential Letter of the 21st: Ultimo. It...
Your several letters to No 56 have been duly received. The Convention relating to the 6th and 7th...
I enclose a protest by Capt. Newell of the American Schooner Sea Flower, which shews that the...
My last was of the 25th of February, since which yours to No 53 inclusive have been received....
7 April 1802, Washington. “I have to acknowledge several of your late private letters, which I...
Accounts from London having reached Baltimore, that the negociation in your hands with the...
I have had the pleasure of receiving in addition to your official communications brought by Mr....
In my last of the 10th. instant, I took occasion to remark to you the extensive injury threatened...
Notice being just given me that the Mail to be made up this evening will reach New York in time...
I beg leave to call your attention to the enclosed letter from the Collector of New York and the...
21 October 1801, Department of State. Directs King’s attention to complaint of Kimball and Lord,...
You are, I believe, acquainted with The Reverend Mr. Mason who will deliver you this. I could not...
By the Treaty of peace, the mouth of the St. Croix is supposed to be in the Bay of Fundy. But as...
My letter of the 15th. of June acknowledged the receipt of your communications of April 20 and...
Mr. William Gibson, Merchant of Charleston, south Carolina, has represented to me, that he has...
30 June 1801, Department of State. Encloses letter to Samuel Williams and refers the matter of...
Your communications by Mr. Sitgreaves on the subject of the proposed conversion of the claims...
I take the liberty to enclose to your care a letter for my brother, who may possibly be in...
The bearer hereof, mr Louis Buchanan Smith, son of Genl. Smith now acting as Secretary of the...
Since my letter to you of the 29th: September, covering a Draught to the Order of Messrs: William...
By a Letter from my Brother, J Q Adams, dated at Berlin the 10th: of June, I am informed that he...
It is indeed a long time, My Dear Sir, since I have written to you, and I feel my obligation to...
This will be delivered to you by Mr. Isambard Brunell French by birth, but Anti-Jacobin by...
This will be delivered to you by Mr. Bruce, son of the Widow Bruce, both of whom you will no...
The inclosed Letter from the Sec. of State I pray you to convey in Safety and as Soon as may be...