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I had the honour of laying before the late Administration of the Government of the United States...
20 July 1801, Philadelphia. Regrets that he will be unable to visit Washington as planned....
21 July 1801, Philadelphia. Reports arrival of “a Gentleman named Olson,” who apparently carries...
I have been honored with your letter of the 20th, requesting to know the determination of the...
I have received the Letter you have honored me with, dated the 23rd Ulto. I was well aware that...
In relation to the complaints you have preferred in several instances of capture and recapture of...
15 March 1802, Washington. “I fear very much that I by this my letter will too much intrud upon...
18 March 1802, Washington. “As I am fully convinced that acting only as agent agreeable to power...
19 March 1802, Washington. “For fear I should displease you and do wrong in presenting the...
6 May 1802, Department of State. “Messrs Warner and Leit of Saybrook have expressed an anxiety to...