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Mr. Pichon having communicated to the Secretary of State, a clause prepared to be inserted in the exchange of ratifications of the Treaty’s between the United States and the French Republic signed at Paris on the 30th. of April last, it is deemed a proper reciprocity that such a clause as the following be likewise inserted—“and the said Secretary of State declares in the name and by the order...
I had the honor to receive with your letter of this day the proces-verbal of the delivery of the possession of Louisiana, made to Citizen Laussat in his character of Commissary of the French Government by the Commissioners of His Catholic Majesty. Whilst in this document is recognized an important evidence of the friendly proceedings of the parties who concurred in the events which have...
Le contenu de Votre lettre du 18. ayant été référé au département de la trésorerie, il a été Constaté que le 28. Xbre. 1798. la Somme de 11,02⟨2⟩. dollars a été passée au credit de la République française et que le Jour Suivant le Controleur de la trésorerie a notifié à l’agent de Mr. Létombe qui avait fait le dépot Sur lequel le crédit avait été passé qu’il y avait à opposer au crédit une...
Th: Jefferson presents his salutations to M. Pichon, who will recieve herewith a note asking the favor of Made. Pichon & himself to dine with him on Monday next. Th:J. has written an invitation to the same effect to M. & Made. Bonaparte , & their friends who are with them , he has used this phrase, as while it includes the Baron de Maupertuis & M. Sotin , it might also include mr Patterson &...
I have received and laid before the President your letter of Augst. 25. accompanied by a Copy of the Senatus Consultum giving a new form to the Government of France, and a copy of a letter from the Minister of Exterior Relations to Mr Livingston with an extract of a letter to you, relating to that important event. Previous to the departure of General Armstrong appointed to succeed Mr....
According to information which tho’ not official, deserves attention, orders have been received by the Spanish Officers at New Orleans, to deliver over that place, in pursuance of a cession in which it is included, made by Spain to the French Republic. It need not be observed to you Sir that the right of the United States cannot be in any manner whatever impaired by a transaction between two...
The Secretary of State presents his respects to Mr. Pichon and has the honor to inform him, that the three citizens of the United States mentioned in the Secretary’s letter of the 20th. May as being detained at Jacmel, have been since liberated. Any further interpositions, therefore can now have for their objects nothing more than indemnity to these citizens for the wrongs committed against...
I have received your favour of the 19th of March, and thank you for your care of the Letter which you inclosed from my Friend La Fayette. The inclosed Lett Answer from me to him I pray you to transmit to him with your dispatches. I congratulate you on your Arrival in this country and I wish you much honor and pleasure in your public and private Intercourse with our Government and Citizens. I...
15 March 1802, Department of State. Acknowledges Pichon’s note of 18 Feb. The president received the news of the peace concluded between France and Great Britain not only with the lively interest that humanity should take at the end of such a long and bloody war but also with the sympathy owed to a friendly nation with which the U.S., under the auspices of peace, desires to expand its...
31 October 1803, Department of State . “The Secretary of State … requests the favor of a passport for the Schooner Citizen of Georgetown, Potomak, commanded by with a number of carriages for the Emperor of Morocco to whom the United States are under an obligation to deliver them. She is destined for Tangier, but she is to touch at L’orient to land some public dispatches, and will call at...