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    • Near Natchez, October 29th, 1802

    • Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;Louisiana--History--To 1803;United States--Foreign relations--Spain;Spain--Foreign relations--United States;New Orleans (La.)--Commerce;Shipping--Louisiana--New Orleans--History;Washington (D.C.)--Newspapers;
    • Excerpt from National Intellgencer and Washington Advertiser, vol. 3, no. 344. Letters from William C. C. Claiborne (2 letters), William E. Hulings, and James Garrard concerning closing of port of New Orleans by Spanish government.
    • New-York January, 18

    • Madison, James, 1751-1836;Foreign Ministers--United States;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;United States--Foreign relations--France;United States--Foreign relations--Spain;Hartford (Conn.)--Newspapers;
    • Excerpt from The Connecticut Courant, vol. 38, no. 1983. Article Announcing James Monroe as Minister Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the First Consul of France.
    • Pennsylvania, Philad. June 9, 1803

    • Monroe, James, 1758-1831;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;United States--Foreign relations--France;France--Foreign relations--1789-1815;Foreign Ministers--United States;Charles XIV John, King of Sweden and Norway, 1763-1844;
    • Extract from Columbian Centinel & Massachusetts Federalist, vol. 39, no. 2007. Article announcing that James Monroe was presented to the French Minister for foreign affairs and that Gen. Bernadotte left for Washington to be French Minister to US.
    • Accounts from New-Orleans, are

    • Laussat, Pierre-Clement de, 1756-1835;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;New Orleans (La.)--Commerce
    • Extract from Columbian Centinel & Massachusetts Federalist, vol. 39, no. 2007. Article explains that the port of New Orleans is still closed [to American ships], and that New Orleanians have been treating French Prefect Laussat affectionately.
    • Political Miscellany: New Orleans

    • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826;Louisiana--History--1803-1865;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;Shipping--Louisiana--New Orleans--History;United States--Foreign relations--Spain;United States--Foreign relations--France;United States--Politics and...
    • Extract from Columbian Centinel & Massachusetts Federalist, vol. 39, no. 2007. Column chastising President Jefferson for negotiating with the French, who, the paper claims, were responsible for the closing of the port of New Orleans.
    • Theramenes, No. IV

    • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826;Louisiana--History--1803-1865;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;Shipping--Louisiana--New Orleans--History;United States--Foreign relations--Spain;United States--Foreign relations--France;United States--Politics and...
    • Extract from Columbian Centinel & Massachusetts Federalist, vol. 40, no. 2052. One of a series of Federalist editorials signed under the pen name Theramenes. In this, Theramenes refutes the arguments in the message from the President who had...
    • From New Orleans, Nov. 11, 1803, Oct. 7, 1803

    • Terreur (Cutter);Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;United States--Foreign relations--France;United States--Foreign relations--Spain;United States--History--1801-1809;Boston (Mass.)--Newspapers
    • Extract from Columbian Centinel & Massachusetts Federalist, vol. 40, no. 2052. The article concerns dispatches to Spain about cession of Louisiana to France and about a quarrel between French Prefect Laussat and Spanish officials in New Orleans.
    • Louisiana Treaty

    • United States--Politics and government--1801-1809--Sources;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;United States--History--1801-1809;Boston (Mass.)--Newspapers;
    • Extract from Columbian Centinel & Massachusetts Federalist, vol. 40, no. 2052. This article questions the way the Louisiana Purchase Treaty was published by President Jefferson's administration for the general public to review.
    • It is said that the U.S. and Spain...

    • Louisiana--History--1803-1865;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;United States--Foreign relations--Spain;United States--History--1801-1809;United States--Politics and government--1801-1809--Sources;Boston (Mass.)--Newspapers;
    • Extract from New-England Palladium, vol. 22, no. 13. Article stating that the U.S. will not abandon their claims against Spain [involving the closing of the port of New Orleans] even if Louisiana is ceded to the U.S.
    • Duane, with his wonted candour, charges

    • United States--Politics and government--1801-1809--Sources;United States--Foreign relations--France;United States--History--1801-1809;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;Louisiana--History--1803-1865;Boston (Mass.)--Newspapers;
    • Extract from New-England Palladium, vol. 22, no. 13. Two articles containing rumors about the cession of Louisiana from France to the US, and the possible price.
    • By the mail: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Nov. 29

    • Louisiana--History--1803-1865;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;United States--Foreign relations--France;United States--Politics and government--1801-1809--Sources;Jerome Bonaparte, King of Westphalia, 1784-1860;Laussat, Pierre-Clement de,...
    • Extract from New-England Palladium, vol. 22, no. 46. The article speculates as to who will be France's Minister to the US, Laussat or Jerome Bonaparte.
    • Letter from New Orleans, Nov. 4

    • Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;Casa Calvo, Sebastian Nicolas de Bari Calvo de la Puerta, marques de, b. 1751;Boston (Mass.)--Newspapers
    • Extract from New-England Palladium, vol. 22, no. 46. Two paragraphs, one quoting a letter from New Orleans about a rumor that the Spanish won't give Louisiana to the French, the other stating the Dr. Mitchell, member of Congress from New York, is...
    • Congress - On the 16th inst.

    • United States--History--1801-1809;United States--Politics and government--1801-1809--Sources;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;Boston (Mass.)--Newspapers;
    • Extract from New-England Palladium, vol. 22, no. 52. Article concerning current proceedings in Congress, including that the House of Representatives is considering a bill to extend the laws of the United States to Louisiana Territory, including an...
    • From Washington, Dec. 19

    • Laussat, Pierre-Clement de, 1756-1835;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;Louisiana--History--1803-1865;Boston (Mass.)--Newspapers
    • Extract from New-England Palladium, vol. 22, no. 52. Article of latest news from Washington, which includes the announcements that New Orleans is now in the possession of the US, that French Prefect Laussat has organized a Militia of New Orleans,...
    • From Natchez, Dec.2 & From New-Orleans, Nov. 27

    • United States--History--1801-1809;Louisiana--History--1803-1865;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;Wilkinson, James, 1757-1825;Casa Calvo, Sebastian Nicolas de Bari Calvo de la Puerta, marques de, b. 1751;Laussat, Pierre-Clement de, 1756-1835;Boston...
    • Extract from New-England Palladium, vol. 22, no. 52. Articles reprinting letters from Natchez concerning the infantry headed to New Orleans and from New Orleans, explaining that the cession from Spain to France, and then from France to Spain of...
    • Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Dec. 22

    • Colonial administrators--Louisiana;Foreign Ministers--United States;Louisiana--History--1803-1865;Louisiana Purchase--Newspapers;United States--History--1801-1809;United States--Politics and government--1801-1809--Sources;United States--Foreign...
    • Extract from New-England Palladium, vol. 22, no. 52. This article reports that Gen. Dearborn will be Governor of Louisiana; that [Robert] Livingston is returning to the US; that [James] Monroe is going to Madrid to negotiate with the Spanish...

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