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The Preceding is a Copy of my last of the 12h. Ulto. ⅌ the Sa lly, via New York, since which Period I have not had the pleasure of hearing from you, but have now that of handing you an Acct. of the c harges made for lights, Quarantine &Cc. at this & the other Ports within my District, on British & on foreign Vessels entering them, which I could n ot possibly procure sooner or they would have...
12 September 1803, Bristol . Has received no favors from JM since his last letters of 28 July and 5 Aug., carried by the ship Black River . Encloses “the last State of the Bristol Infirmary” through the end of 1802. Also encloses some newspapers and the latest London price current. “The Harvest in this Country is nearly closed, and is not only abundant, but of excellent Quality.” RC ( DNA : RG...
Since my last respects to you of the 28th. Ju ly & 5th. Ulto, Pr. the Ship Black River, Captn. G i llop, via New York, I have not been honored with any of yo ur Favors. The cheif Object of the present is to enclose you the last State of the Bristol Infirma ry made up to the end of the Year 1802, ’though but published. I also enclose you some of our late News Papers & the last London Price...
8 August 1803, Bristol . Has written already by “this conveyance” on 28 July . Adds a few more newspapers, “which will in some degree serve to communicate to you what has since occurred in this quarter, much of which you will find not a little Interesting.” “Public affairs look more & more serious and my apprehensions for their result is truly painful.” Harvest prospects continue “extremely...
I have already written to you by this conveyance on the 28t. Ulto. and have now Merely to add a few more News-Papers to those I then sent you, which w ill in some degree, serve to communicate to you, what has since occurred in this quarter, much of which you will find not a little Interesting. Indeed Public affairs look more & more serious and my apprehensions for their r esult is truly...
28 July 1803 . Has not heard from JM since he last wrote on 10 July . Encloses newspapers and a London price current; “the picture they draw is not the most exact resemblance of truth, yet they serve in some degree to shew the State & course of Public affairs.” “One would suppose from them that the War is popular but I must confess to you that my judgment fails me greatly if this is really the...
The Preceeding is a Copy of my last of 10th. Instt. since when I have not been honored with any of your favrs. The object of the present is chiefly to enclose you a few of the latest News-Papers & a London Price Current, which will give some idea of what is now passing on this side of the Atlantic, though I cannot but observe that the picture they draw is not the most exact resemblance of...
10 July 1803, Bristol . Since his last letter of 10 Mar. has received JM’s circular of 9 Apr. , enclosing the laws of the U.S. passed in 1802. Was charged £2 16 s . 10 d ., as the volume was sent by post from Liverpool; if it had been sent by coach, it would have cost £2 6 s . Mentions this circumstance so that “the like may be guarded against in future.” Observed by a 3 Mar. resolution of the...
Since my last respects to you of the 10th of March I have been honored with your Circular of the 9th. of Apl. and also with a Volume of Laws of the U. S p assed in 1802, which being forwarded to me by Post from Liverpool was charged £2:16:10d., whereas had it been sent by Coach (which is the Proper conveyance for such an article) it would not have cost more than 2£6. I take the Liberty of...
10 March 1803, Bristol. Transmits duplicates of his dispatches of 7 and 13 Feb., sent via New York, since which he has received nothing from JM. Has nothing to communicate beyond what is found in the enclosed newspapers and price current [not found]. Adds in a postscript that he is forwarding two letters from Rufus King for JM. RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Bristol, vol. 2). 1 p. Written at the foot...