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12 July 1811, Paris. “For nearly fourteen years I held the appointment of Consul for the United States in this Country.” Believes his impartiality and integrity in the discharge of his duties are beyond suspicion. Encloses a letter exhibiting the sentiments of those who can judge his conduct. Also appeals to the testimony of “Mr. Monroe and Mr. Bowdoin late Ministers plenipotentiary to France...
Referring to my respects from Havre of the 11th. of which a copy pr ecedes, I have the Satisfaction to add that the Schooner Hope pu t to Sea with a fair wind, on Monday the 12th. Inst: at 3 O’Clock. Her Safe arrival in the U. S. will, I trust, precede this in full numerical course. Confidential This morning a Gentleman who left Madrid on the 27th. July handed me the two accompanying packets...
By Mr. Baker, I sent the Succeeding numbers of the Bulletins I transmitted by Lieutt. Lewis in the Osage which, with the Letter I then had the honor of addressing to you, I hope went Safe to hand. Mr. Skipwith has been so good as to take charge of the last number. It contains, among other things, some new views upon Canalling that may not be uninteresting at the present time. Should these...
In one of my former Letters I took the liberty of suggesting the Oeconomy of addressing large packets under Cover to Some person at the ports of arrival. In the latter part of November, a Packet from your Department which I judged to be the Laws of the last Session of Congress (and have Since been confirmed in by a Similar one received & opened inadvertently by Mr. Skipwith who by doing so was...
Referring to my respects of the 25th. & 26th. of October which were intended to go by the Revenge, but were sent to Bordeaux (Doctr. Bullus not having offered to take charge of my packet nor notified his departure), I have now the honor of transmitting to you herewith the Copy of an Accompt furnished by me to our Minister, General Armstrong, for the advances of my Deputy at Cherbourg for the...
I should forbear mentioning to you again the name of our Minister, Genl. Armstrong (having importuned you so often concerning him,) were I not impelled to it by a Sense of public duty and of private wrong, (I do not speak of myself,) which his conduct occasions. Two or three of our fellow-Citizens, ship-wrecked near Brest, are or lately were languishing in the fetters of the french Service...
I have the honor to transmit to you herewith, A Report of the Vessels of the United States which have entered and cleared at the port of Cherbourg from the first day of July 1806 to the 30th. of June inclusive, together with the accots. of monies received and paid there in pursuance of Law from the first of January 1806 to the 30th. of June 1807 inclusively, and the Accompt of my Deputy at...
I have the honor to transmit to you, here enclosed, an authentic copy of a letter written by a Mr. Stackpole of Boston (a person in whose company I have some Cases) exhibiting the disposition to impose upon the Executive by means of bribery and calumny. The original of this Instrument came to my hands on fryday the third instant, from the post office and under the cover described in the...
I had the honor to write to you on the 26 March, 23 & 24 April, 29 May & 24 July last which I hope have been received. I have now that of transmitting a Report of the Vessels of the United States which have entered and cleared at the Port of Cherbourg since the 31st: December 1805 to the 1st: of July last exclusively. The account of disbursements for seamen & that with the united States at...
Although I have no doubt but the Letters with the several papers accompanying them, which I had the honor of addressing to your Department on the 26th. of March and 23d. of April last, have been duly received, and have obtained that attention to which the Subject of them was found entitled; and although it is painful to me to replace under your view an occurrence in which I conceive I have...