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When, in the course of your legation to the United States, your affairs rendered it necessary that you should absent yourself awhile from that station, we flattered ourselves with the hope that that absence was not final. It turned out in event that the interests of your sovereign called for your talents and the exercise of your functions in another quarter. You were pleased to announce this...
I have duly received the letter of the 18th. instant with which your Excellency has been pleased to honour me, inclosing a copy of the Arret of Dec. 7. excepting the whale oils of the United States from the operation of that of Sep. 28. and I have availed myself of an opportunity which offered for forwarding them to Congress. They will doubtless receive this new proof of his majesty’s...
I have the honor to submit to your Excellency’s perusal some Observations on the Whale fishery, which tho printed to facilitate the reading, are meant to be communicated to his Majesty’s ministers only, as the details they contain are not proper to be further known. I have more confidence in my information relative to the English and American than the French fisheries. But your Excellency,...
Copy (Virginia State Library). Written by JM and enclosed in JM to Jefferson, 3 April 1781 . Docketed, “April 2 Communications of Delegates from Va in relation to Refugees taken by Capt Tilly of the Ship.” The Underwritten Delegates from the State of Virginia have been informed that there are among the refugees taken by Capt: Tilly commanding his M. C: Majesty’s Ship lEveillè on his return to...