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16 March 1801, New York. Requests passport for French passenger, Felix Verger, and his family,...
17 March 1801, Madrid. No. 267. Encloses copies of remonstrances to Spanish government on behalf...
17 March 1801, Lisbon. Encloses a letter from Humphreys, which was left open for his reading but...
This will be handed to you by Capn. Barney, who believes, and I believe with him, that he has...
18 March 1801, Málaga. Transmits copies of his last three letters. Encloses copy of [3 Jan.]...
18 March 1801, Naples. Encloses statement on U.S. ships in port between 1 July and 31 Dec. 1800...
18 March 1801, Paris. Reports that the Prize Council has not tried any captured U.S. vessels for...
18 March 1801, Lisbon. Relays news from England of George III’s illness and Prussian hostility...
18 March 1801, Bristol. Transmits copy of his 17 Dec. dispatch (since which he has received no...
Two days ago I was honoured with a Letter from the late Secretary of State, inclosing me a...
I hope you do me the Justice to believe that I participate cordially in the general satisfaction...
19 March 1801, Philadelphia. Reports his ship Good Friends will soon sail for Ile de France....
19 March 1801, Port Républicain. Reports that armed barge from British frigate Circe entered...
It is a pleasant circumstance for me, that when I do address you in writing for the first time in...
20 March 1801, Bordeaux. Encloses correspondence of his agent M. Pelletreau at Rochefort on...
Letter not found. Ca. 20 March 1801, Richmond. Mentioned in Jones to Levi Lincoln, 25 Mar. 1801...
I regret that we did not meet before my sailing, which I expect will be on tomorrow. My trip...
21 March 1801, Berlin. No. 186. Reports continuing British embargo on Swedish shipping is likely...
21 March 1801, Tripoli. No. 5. Encloses accounts of disbursements and accounts current and copy...
It is difficult to remain silent amidst the general exultation on the Election of the present...
I have this moment received intelligence from a person worthy of credit, at the Royal Sitio of...
I most sincerely & heartily congratulate you, on the late success in the Election of President,...
Perhaps it may be necessary to offer some apology for the liberty I take in now addressing you....
One of my neighbours when I lived in this place, Mr. Du Ponceau is about to publish a collection...
After congratulating you on the event of our Election of the President, and your appointment...
Trusting you will pardon the Liberty taken, and be disposed to render that Justice which my...
24 March 1801, Madrid. No. 269. Believes recent royal order stipulating that “every recaptured...
24 March 1801, Kingston, Jamaica. Transmits copy of last dispatch, which State Department has not...
I have recd. your favor of by which we learn that we cannot have the pleasure of your & my...
The President of the United States has decided to appoint William Davies Collector of Norfolk—to...