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I inclose you a copy of an Affidavit of Thomas Cook relative to the outrage lately committed in...
I do myself the honor of enclosing documents to establish the Citizenship of a son of Mr...
5 December 1804, New York. “Mr John Juhel a Merchant of this City has solicited me to recommend...
3 July 1804, New York. “I enclose an affidavit of Amiel Gardner relative to an event which...
I had the honor of receiving your letter of the 14th. January. Enclosed is a copy of my letter to...
As very serious aggressions have been recently committed in this port upon our national rights, I...
It is mentioned to me that a person of the name of James Main now of this City is an applicant...
15 November 1804, New York. “In my letter of yesterday I omitted to mention that an application...
§ From DeWitt Clinton. 18 July 1805, New York. “I enclose you certain depositions of the Mother &...
Having understood that Capt. Whitby has stated in a letter to the British Consul of this City...
§ From DeWitt Clinton. 14 August 1805, New York . “I enclose certain documents to prove the...
I take the liberty of introducing to your notice Mr Astor a respectable Citizen of this place: He...
§ From DeWitt Clinton. 25 April 1806, New York. “I enclose you certain documents in favor of an...
10 April 1805, New York . “I enclose you a recommendation in favor of Peter Totten for Consul at...
I enclose you some documents to prove the impressment of Philip Milligan a Citizen of the U. S....
Knowing personally the gentlemen who have Subscribed the within representation & being fully...
The principal Secretary of the Tunisian Minister is now in this City & will depart this day for...
I now inclose you a copy of Dr Rodgers letter as sworn to by him. Also a copy of Dr Bayleys...
I thank you for your friendly communication of the 10th. April. The views it affords of the...
Since my last letter to you respecting the refractory Tunisians, I have on a consultation with...
I do myself the honor of enclosing to You some documents together with a correspondence which has...
Absence from the City prevented an earlier answer to your favor of the 9th. I now enclose with...
25 November 1804, New York. “I beg leave to introduce to your acquaintance Thomas Emmet Esquire...
You will pardon the liberty I take when you know that it proceeds from a Sincere desire to...
10 May 1803, Newtown, Long Island. Introduces John M. Goetschius, a citizen of New York, who “is...
In defiance of every persuasion, the Tunisians here have peremptorily refused to proceed to...
23 August 1804, New York. “I esteem it my duty to transmit to you the enclosed documents which go...
I enclose you a copy of a letter I received from Captain Whitby, on the 7th. instant, the day...
4 May 1805, New York . “I hope it will not be considered obtrusive in me to ask whether there is...
§ From DeWitt Clinton. 30 September 1805, New York. “Capt. Alexr. Coffin of the Ship Penman of...
The enclosed papers will inform you of ⟨cer⟩tain events which have taken place here relativ⟨e⟩ to...
During the war between Great Britain & France, ships of war belonging to the belligerent nations...
§ From DeWitt Clinton. 26 April 1806, New York. “There are three British Ships of War cruising...
Since my letter to you, having received a notification from Genl Rey that the french frigates...
17 June 1803, Newtown, Long Island . Recommends Frederick Jenkins “as meritorious and...
I have the honor of acknowledging the receipt of your letter of the 25th. of June and its...
§ From DeWitt Clinton. 5 May 1806, New York. “I enclose you affidavits to establish the unjust...
I received your letter yesterday and having full confidence in the integrity & prudence of Mr....
§ From DeWitt Clinton. 6 May 1806, New York. “I have the honor of receiving your letter enclosing...
The three Tunisians who came here under the care of the bearer have peremptorily refused to...
1 May 1805, New York . “I have the honor to enclose you certain papers [not found] relative to...