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The Writings of Albert Gallatin, ed. Henry Adams (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1879). 3 vols.
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GALLATIN TO MONROE.
St. Petersburg, 21st November, 1813.
I received a few days ago a letter from Mr. Baring, copy of which is enclosed, and which, if considered as coming from the British government, sufficiently explains its views. We have no letter from you of a date subsequent to the despatch of 23d June. But I have seen by the newspapers the rejection of my nomination, and will depart the moment the snow will render the roads practicable. I may take England in my way, and try at least to bring you such information on the practicability of an arrangement as may be relied on. The prospect, as you will perceive, is not flattering. If the final answer of the Emperor respecting the mediation comes within a reasonable time, Mr. Bayard and myself will remain together, and we will under every circumstance act in perfect concert.
With great respect and regard, dear sir, your obedient servant.