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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...
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 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...
After I had closed my letter to you on the 13th. Inst. by this conveyance, Mason Ryan an American Seaman who had been for some time past in the Infirmary here was discharged from thence after having recd. every aid which that Charity could afford him, but being still in an infirm state of Health applied to me to procure for him a passage to America, in consequence of which I sent a Letter by...
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 had the pleasure of writing to you on the 12h. of May last with duplicate, since which I have not been honored with any of your favors. Enclosed you will be pleased to receive Accts. of all the Imports & Exports, by American Vessels, which have taken place within my District—for the half year ending the 30th. Ultmo. I likewise enclose you a few of our latest News–Papers and also a London...
On the other side is a Copy of my last respects to you of the 24h. Ulto. since which period I have not had the pleasure of hearing from you. Warm weather has at length commenced here & the last three or four days have been very fine with every a ppearance of a continuance for some time. Accts. from the Country respecting the approaching Crops are more & more favorable, and should the Season...
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...
13 May 1802, Bristol. Transmits a copy of his letter of 3 May. “In some of my former Letters I mentioned, that from the great extent of Sea-Coast within my Consular District, I had found it necessary to appoint five different Agents to act for me at the principal Ports.” Lists them and requests that five sets of U.S. laws be sent “to guide them in the execution of the duties of their Office.”...
2 March 1802, Bristol. Transmits copies of his letters of 12 and 13 Feb. , since which nothing worth communicating has occurred. Forwards four letters from Rufus King and encloses newspapers and the latest London price current. RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Bristol, vol. 2). 1 p. Written at the bottom of Vander Horst to JM, 12 and 13 Feb. 1802 . Copy (ibid.) dated 3 Mar. 1802. Enclosures not found....