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I had taken my passage & actually Embarked for England on board a merchant ship from this Port...
29 September 1801, London. No. 1. Reports his arrival at Falmouth on 16 Sept. and at London on 20...
4 October 1801, London. Reports that on 2 Oct. Great Britain and France announced signing of...
By Mr Dawson who left us a few days since I had the honor of writing to you (No 1 Sepr 29t) since...
20 October 1801, London. No. 3. Has received JM’s 1 Aug. circular and will follow instructions...
20 October 1801, London. Asks JM to read accompanying letter to Gallatin [not found]; hopes he...
31 October 1801, American Consulate, London. No. 4. Dawson’s delayed departure and return to...
1 November 1801, London. Private No. 3. Hopes papers conveyed by Dawson will provide president...
14 November 1801, London. Private No. 4. Encloses recently published compendium of British...
20 November 1801, London. No. 5. Encloses copy [not found] of admiralty proceedings on the New...
30 November 1801, American Consulate, London. No. 5. Encloses incomplete accounts of proctors for...
Referring to my letter of Novr 30, I inclose a copy of a Sketch which I have sent to Mr King, it...
Your sources of intelligence are now so numerous that I hardly Expect an opportunity of making...
6 March 1802, London. No. 6. Reports the proceedings of the Board of Commissioners under article...
6 March 1802, London. Private No. 8. Has reported in an accompanying letter “all that has passed...
I had the honor to address you last on the 6th March, since when a great pressure of business...
My last unofficial letter was dated March 6th; not having had the pleasure of hearing from you, &...
21 July 1802, American Consulate, London. Acknowledges receipt of his consular commission and...
29 July 1802, American Consulate, London. No. 9. Encloses copies of letters from Simpson and the...
The return of Mr Lewis to Washington affords me an opportunity of acknowledging the rect of your...
6 September 1802, American Consulate, London. No. 10. “I have just received from our Consul at...
9 September 1802, American Consulate, London. Encloses a copy of a letter from the U.S. consul at...
21 October 1802, London. No. 10. “It is impossible for me to represent to you in adequate terms...
1 November 1802, London. No. 11. Replies to the request in JM’s 1 Aug. 1801 circular instructions...
3 November 1802, London. Private No. 11. “This will accompany my voluminous dispatch respecting...
11 November 1802, London. Has “this day” drawn on JM in favor of Laurence Williams for $2,555 at...
Letter not found. 1 January 1803. No. 12. Mentioned in Erving to JM, 30 Apr. 1803 . Discusses...
20 January 1803, London. Private No. 12. Again troubles JM with a long dispatch but hopes it will...
7 February 1803, London. No. 13. “I have to communicate to you the very disagreeable intelligence...
9 February 1803, London. No. 14. Reports that since his 7 Feb. dispatch he has received from...
21 February 1803, London. No. 15. “All the Consuls have not yet transmitted their Accounts for...
19 March 1803, London. No. 16. “I have the honor to inclose Copy of a Letter which I yesterday...
21 March 1803, London. No. 17. “Since the commencement of the present Misunderstanding between...
24 March 1803, London. Assumes JM is anxious “at this very critical & important moment” to...
30 April 1803, London. No. 18. “I had the honor to address you in No. 12. of Jany 1st. upon...
16 May 1803, London . No. 15. “ Private .” Presumes King, who is still in London, has kept JM...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of April 19h. and in conformity to the...
I have had the pleasure of receiving your (private) Letter of Ap. 4. 1803. Mr King has finally...
26 June 1803, London . No. 20. Loses no time in forwarding a copy of “a decree issued by the...
I have the honor to acquaint you that the British government have deemed it Expedient to blockade...
26 July 1803, London . Forwards the enclosed letters at the request of John M. Forbes, U.S....
28 September 1803, London . No. 23. Transmits his semiannual accounts as agent for the...
I have had the honor to receive the Triplicate of your letter of April 27th. Respecting the Claim...
29 October 1803, London . Received from Lewis Le Coulteux “the papers respecting his Claim on...
2 November 1803, London. No. 26. Encloses a sea letter of the brig John and Mary of Charleston,...
I have been favord with your private letter of June 15th; its inclosures were duly forwarded. I...
10 November 1803, London. No. 27. Encloses the “Tables of Quarantine, Light-Money and other dues”...
27 January 1804, London. No. 28. Received JM’s circular of 1 Oct. 1803 respecting sales of...
28 January 1804, London. No. 29. “Having had the honor to receive your Letter (Novr. 1st. 1803)...
Since the arrival of Mr Monroe, the frequency of his dispatches to you & the view he is known to...