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23 January 1804. “Resolved, That the Secretary of State be requested to lay before this House,...
The French vessel which I mentioned to you in my last letter, has been brought to at Plaquemines,...
I informed you in my last that having received your Dispatch of the 8th, November, & not hearing...
24 January 1804, New Orleans. “Since the arrival of our Commissioners in this City, when my...
24 January 1804 , “ Rocky Mount So. C. 35 Miles North of Camden .” Asks JM to forward a “little...
24 January 1804, Barcelona. “I am Still at a loss respecting your Esteem’d private letter of the...
24 January 1804, Barcelona. Has drawn on JM for $203.47 in favor of John Montague for consular...
The papers required by the resolution of the house are not those which might have been exhibited...
25 January 1804, Washington. “Your favor of the 23d [not found] inclosing the passport for Mr...
25 January 1804, Trieste. “I had the honor to inform you on the 18th Sept. last [not found], that...
25 January 1804 , “ Office of the Secretary of the Senate of the United States .” “I do myself...
25 January 1804, Georgetown. Among the items received in a recent post from Laussat, which...
Letter not found. 25 January 1804. Calendared as a one-page letter in the lists probably made by...
26 January 1804, Gibraltar. No. 142. Last wrote on 15 Jan. “I now anex you Copy of a Letter from...
26 January 1804, Wilmington. “The ill State of my health makes it improper that I should continue...
26 January 1804, Cádiz. “Absences & Sickness has deprived me of being able to make a formal...
Letter not found. 26 January 1804. Acknowledged in Brent to Simons, 18 Feb. 1804 (DNA: RG 59, DL,...
Letter not found. 26 January 1804. Acknowledged in Wagner to Wolfe, 28 Jan. 1804 (DNA: RG 59, DL,...
27 January 1804, London. No. 28. Received JM’s circular of 1 Oct. 1803 respecting sales of...
On the 26th. Decer. we had the honor of transmitting to your Department a Report of the State of...
28 January 1804, Leghorn. “I have the honor to transmit for final settlement accompts & vouchers...
28 January 1804, London. No. 29. “Having had the honor to receive your Letter (Novr. 1st. 1803)...
Since the arrival of Mr Monroe, the frequency of his dispatches to you & the view he is known to...
I find I was under a mistake, when in my last I informed you that the Commissioners were going on...
A vessel arrived at this port a few days since with fifty African negroes for sale. Being...
I received with the letter you honored me with of the one for Mr. Munroe as also a parcel from...
1 February 1804, Leghorn. No. 2. Enclosed his accounts with the U.S. up to 31 Dec. 1803 with his...
1 February 1804, Portland. “Should the Laws of the United States, hereafter, be published by...
1 February 1804, Lyon. The person to whom Mr. Adet had given the enclosed letter of...
I mentioned to you in one of my former letters that so soon as I learned from Mr Pichon (your...