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Understanding that the British Ship Thomas, by which I had the Honor of writing you a few lines on the 10t. Insta; is still detained in King-Road by an unfavorable Wind, I hazard the sending this Dispatch down there, in the hope it may reach her before she Sails, as you will find the News Papers, it covers, contain i nformation of much importance. I have the Honor to be with every sentiment of...
I have already written you by this conveyance on the 1st. in st. which being detained by adverse Winds enables me to add a fe w more News-papers & the last London Price Currt. to those I had the honor of enclosing to you, & to which please be referred fo r subsequent occurrences of a public nature. The weather hitherto, has been very mild for the Season, with the exception of a few nights of...
On the other side is a duplicate of my last Letter to you of the 22d. Ulto. P the British Ship Jarrett, Capt. Lund, Via Baltimore, since which I have not been honored with any of your favors, nor has any thing particularly Interesting occurred subsequently thereto, except what may be found in the enclosed News-papers, which however contain also a great deal of what has no foundation in truth,...
The preceding’s is a Copy of my last Respects to you of the 11th. u lto Pr. the Brig Alexander & Sally Captn. Swain via Philadelphia, sin ce which period I have not been favored with any of your communications. The War in Spain appears to be carried on with great Vigour on both sides, ’though of the final issue I can discover nothing at present to induce me to alter my former opinion thereon....
I had the Honor of addressing you on the 2d. of Augt. P the Brig Fortune Capt. Hare with duplicate P the Brig Joseph, Capt: Hoadley, both bound from this Port to New-York, since which period I have not been honored with a ny of your favors. The Grain Harvest in this Country has turned ou t nearly as I expected it would when I wrote you last, considerably less than the preceding year’s, nor is...
Since my last Respects to you of the 30th. of April Pr. the Ship M inerva Captn. Stevens (which I find arrived safe at Boston) I have not bee n honored with any of your favors. I nclosed I beg leave to hand you Accts. of Imports & Exports by American Vess els at this Port for the half Year ending the 30th. of June last, also a London Price Currt. & a few of our latest News-papers, to which...
Mr. Vanderhorst having some expectation that his Son may be at Washington or in its neighbourhood, about the Period the enclosed Letter to him may reach Mr. Madison, Begs, that if such circumstance Should come to Mr. M.’s knowlidge, and an opportunity should offer for conveying it to him, that Mr. M. will have the goodness to embrace it, or should this not be the case, Mr. M. will be so...
Above is a Copy of my last respects to you of the 19th. Ulto. pr the Ship Atlas, Capt. Moran to New York, since which period, I have not been honored with any of your favors. The weather here continues uncommonly cold for the Season, an d Vegetation has of course been much impeded in its progress hi the rto, ‘though in other respects the fields do not wear an un pr omising appearance at...
The preceding is a Copy of my last of th e 14th. Instt. P the Ship Laura, Capt. Rossiter, Via New-Yor k. The Weather still continues dry and very cold for the Season, insomuch that I think every Kind of vegetation (a nd the young Wheat) must now be suffering considerably. Enclosed I hand you a few of our New s Papers to which I beg leave to refer you for what is passi ng here, of a Public...
Since my last respects to you of the 4th. of Sepr. P the New-York Packet, capt. Cottle, with Duplicate P the Laura, Capt. Rossiter, both Via New York, I have not been honored with any of your favors. The Present serves to hand you the Accts. of Imports & Exports, by American Vessels, within this district for the half year ending the 31st. of Decr. last, a lso the Mediterranean pass of the...