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Since my last respects of the 1st. Ulto. Pr the Ship Robert Burns, Capt. White, Via Liverpool for New York, I have not been honored with any of your favors. The Harvest here is now nearly closed & proves, as I expected, ample in quantity & good in quality, particularly Wheat. I am sorry to say the affairs of Europe appear yet very unsettled, as notwithstanding the Peace that has lately taken...
Since my last of the 10t. of March down to the 23d. of that month, Pr the Ships Venus and the New-York Packet, Via New-York, I have not been honored with any of your favors. The Season hitherto has been uncommonly favorable to the growing Crops, of all kinds, in particular Wheat. The prospect of abundance is now therefore great, though of the re sult there cannot as yet be any certainty as...
I had the Honor of addressing a few lines to you on the 25th. Ulto. covering some News Papers Pr. the Ship Maine Capt. Rossiter Via New York. The Harvest throughout this Island is now nearly o ver and the Crops in general are, as I expected, good; but, Public affairs still continue to wear a very unsettled & d oubtful aspect as you will Perceive by the enclosed papers to which I beg leave to...
22 December 1804, Bristol. “Since my last respects to you of the 29h. of Augt. ⅌ the Ship Lewis Via Boston, I have not been honored with any of your favors. The last Crop of Wheat in this Country has been by no means so deficient as it was generally expected it would be, and the Price has in consequence fallen considerably within a short time—the supplies from abroad however continue to be...
29 August 1804, Bristol. “The preceding is a Copy of my last respects of the 12h. Ulto. ⅌ the New-York Packet Capt. Webb, since which period I have not been Honored with any of your favors. The prospect we then had of an abundant Harvest has since more materially changed, as it is now very generally reported it will be very deficient, in consequence of which Wheat & other grain are rapidly...
12 July 1804, Bristol. “Since my last respects of the 27h. of March ⅌ the Ship Hardware, Capt. Burger, Via New-York, I have been favd. with your Circular of the 1st. of Octr. 1803. with Copy of the Laws passed at the last Session of Congress. “Enclosed I have now the Honor of transmitting you an Acct. of Imports & Exports by American Vessels at this Port for the last half year ending the 30h...
27 March 1804. Encloses a duplicate of his 18 Feb. dispatch, since which he has not heard from JM. “By the News-Papers I now enclose, you will find his Britannic Majesty is ⟨(⟩tho’ contrary to former expectation) happily recovered from his late severe indisposition. We have had an uncommon Wet, mild Winter, but yet I am happy to say the face of the Country presents a very favorable appearance...
18 February 1804, Bristol. Has not heard from JM since he last wrote on 10 Feb. “by this Conveyance.” “I have now but a moment to enclose you two of our latest news papers by which you will, among other Articles of Intelligence in them, observe Accounts of the present alarming Illness of his Britannic Majesty, and which it is universally believed is of the most serious Nature.” Adds in a...
10 February 1804, Bristol. Last wrote on 1 Oct. 1803 enclosing a duplicate. Has received nothing from JM since then. “I am now sorry to inform you that the act intitled ‘An act supplementary to the Act concerning Consuls & Vice Consuls & for the further Protection of American Seamen,’ and from which a fund for the purpose therein mentioned was intended to have been created, has wholly failed...
1 October 1803, Bristol . Encloses a copy of his last letter, dated 12 Sept. , since which he has received nothing from JM. Encloses also “an Acct. of the charges made for lights, Quarantine &cc. at this & the other Ports” in his district “on British & on foreign Vessels entering them,” as JM desired. Encloses also some newspapers and the latest London price current, to which he refers JM “for...