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We have received information that two American vessels, the Dauphin from Philadelphia and the...
1. Commerce. What are the articles of their export and import? What articles of American produce...
This is by Mr. Randall, whom will tell to Your Excellency my situation at present; I am sure by...
After many little Disapointments, I ariv d at Algiers the 25 th March and within the term of...
Mr. Randall left Madrid for Paris the 3d. of this month. By him I wrote fulley . His Detention no...
Having communicated to Mr. Adams the information received at different times from yourself, from...
The Importance of Peace with the Algerines, and the other Inhabitants of the Coast of Barbary, to...
Since writing my letter of the 20th instant, in which I mentioned to you the joint desire of Mr....
I Rec d. Your Excellencys letters of the 20 th ult. I finde by them that M r. Randall had not...
I received Your Excellency’s letters of the 20th. ultimo and finde by them that Mr. Randall had...