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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...
7 August 1802, Bristol. Transmits a copy of his last letter of 24 July . “Warm weather has at length commenced here,” and crops are expected to be “of fine quality as well as plentiful.” Encloses newspapers and a London price current. RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Bristol, vol. 2). 1 p. Enclosures not found. A full transcription of this document has been added to the digital edition.
12 February 1802, Bristol. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s 28 Nov. letter ; has forwarded the letter JM enclosed for Livingston regarding the four casks of indigo belonging to Smiths, DeSaussure, and Darrell that were seized by a French privateer. Has also forwarded JM’s letter to Saabye at Copenhagen. Encloses copy of letter received “some time since” from Latimer, customs collector at...
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....
28 August 1801, Bristol. Encloses letter from Marcus Lynch, Jr., member of Lynch, Roberts, and Woodward of Cork, where he is also agent for the British East India Company, and requests JM to obtain for him the post he solicits, if vacant. Firm of Nesbitt, Stewart and Nesbitt, Lynch’s reference, ranks among the first in London. RC and enclosure ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Bristol, vol. 2). RC 1 p.;...
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...
12 May 1801, Bristol. Wrote last on 21 Apr. , since which he has received no letters from State Department. Encloses copies of letters just received from Malta. Transmits newspapers with news from Egypt of three battles between French and British. Reports great fall in price of all grains and flour since his last letter; encloses prices current [not found]. RC and enclosures ( DNA : RG 59, CD...
I had the Honor of addressing a Letter to you on the 10t. Ultm. with its duplicate, but have not since had the pleasure of hearing from you. The Grain Harvest here has commenced favorably and should the weather, which is now fine, continue so for a few weeks longer, its produce will in all probability be very abundant. The Crops of Potatoes & of other Kinds of Roots are also very promising and...
10 July 1801, Bristol. Since his dispatch of 12 May, has received no letters from State Department. Encloses accounts of imports and exports by U.S. vessels in his district for first half of 1801, newspapers, and London prices current. Anticipates an abundant harvest; despite this prospect, prices are now advancing after recent fall. Owing to ill health, he must travel to Bath frequently and...
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...