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I have this day, shipped on board the sloop Rachel Captain Raymond Davis bound to Boston, sundry articles specified in the enclosed bill of lading, which I have taken the liberty to consign to your care. There is moreover a small writing Desk which the Captain has taken charge of, not included in the bill of lading. If the quantity of my baggage should prove to great for your Store-room, I...
The inclosed bill is now before the House of Representatives of the United States, and will probably pass there, perhaps with some modifications—As it appears to me to interest most materially the commercial part of the Community I send you this copy, with a hope that you will favour me with your opinion, and those of other gentlemen in trade among our friends in Boston, upon its general...
I inclosed to you last week a copy of a bill now pending before the House of Representatives here, purporting to be a bill for the protection of American Seamen; but really intended to assert the pretension of protecting foreign, and particularly British Seamen, against the legal authority of their own Government, within its own jurisdiction .—I also promised to send you a copy of another bill...