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I had the honor of addressing you about three Weeks since, and in doing which, of mentioning the...
Fourteen days having elapsed since the date of my last, and no answer having been received I fear...
I have just seen in an extract from the Providence newspapers, a new Proclamation of the...
On the 12th. Novr. last I communicated to this Government, thro’ Mr. John Marshall, the complaint...
4 June 1801, Leghorn. No. 7. Explains why, departing Tripoli, he sailed to Leghorn [where he...
4 June 1801, Georgetown. Explains reasons for his consent to diversionary trip the U.S. vessel...
In my dispatch No. 6 of which the enclosed is a copy I had the honor to inform you that I should...
In addition to the verbal explanation which I gave in reply to the suggestion your kindness &...
The information contained in Mr Kirby’s letter , appearing to appertain more to you than to me, I...
I am not insenseable that your time is very precious, & most Generally Occupied with concerns of...