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8 August 1801, Falmouth. Reports that many ships have stopped at Falmouth on the way to ports in...
Since my last respects nothing particular has occurred worth writing thee about. A great number...
10 September 1801, Falmouth. Has nothing in particular to report since his letter of 8 Aug....
I paid thee my respects on the 8th. Ultmo., since when nothing particular has occurred. Near all...
11 November 1801, Falmouth. Reports fall in prices for provisions as a result of war’s end;...
A Packet being about to depart for New York, I take the freedom to inform thee that nothing very...
10 April 1802, Falmouth. Reports the arrival of several American ships with cargoes of flour and...
Since my last respects nothing particular new has occurred, except the arrival here of several...
I have recd. your letter of april 10. in which you ask a decision whether you may whilst american...
5 July 1802, Falmouth. Reports the arrival of a great number of American ships with cargoes of...