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4 June 1801, Georgetown. Explains reasons for his consent to diversionary trip the U.S. vessel...
In addition to the verbal explanation which I gave in reply to the suggestion your kindness &...
21 October 1801, Philadelphia. Explains that the illness and subsequent death of his friend and...
30 October 1801 , “ Ship Calliope, off Port-Penn , ( Dele .).” Acknowledges JM’s 24 Oct. letter...
I have but little more time left than to acknowledge the rect. of your favor of the 24th....
11 December 1801, Havana. Takes advantage of the return of his brother George to the U.S. to...
I take the liberty of embracing the op portunity offered, thro the return of my Brother Mr. Geo....
12 December 1801, Havana. Refers to his 11 Dec. letter on the situation at Havana. An embargo on...
Under date of yesterday I have addressed you on the situation of Affairs in this quarter. And...
25 December 1801, Havana. Announces 25 Dec. order banning all foreign vessels from Cuban ports,...