Letter, 1801 January 15, Washington, D.C. to Roger Griswold.

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Letter, 1801 January 15, Washington, D.C. to Roger Griswold.

Explains his request for appropriation to fulfill engagements of the United States with Algiers and Tunis; states that if Consul O'Brien's request for recall is granted, his replacement must present gifts valued at about twenty thousand dollars.

2 p. ; 33 x 20 cm.

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