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Although it may appear presumptuous in me to adress myself directly to the first magistrate of my...
Persuaded that my removal from the Agency of this Port was owing to some circumstance connected...
I received with lively sensibility, the honourable mark of confidence and good opinion you have...
I have asked the favor of mr Skipwith, our Consul at Paris to procure & forward me some wines...
So long as there be no change in our consular establishment in Europe—or So long as a...
Mr. de Salemberi having requested me to forward the enclosed Letter under my cover, I beg leave...
General Kosiusko having mentioned, a few days ago his writing to Mr. Jefferson (about the...
By M r Skipwith when he quitted the functions he had so many years and so faithfully exercised in...
My interior situation among the mountains and very far from any seaport, renders it extremely...
At the particular recommendation of Count de Tracy —I send you the enclosed pamphlet —He says you...