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Documents accompanying the Message from the President of the United States at the commencement of the Second Session of the Tenth Congress. November 8, 1808.
Eactracts and Copies of Letters from Mr. Madison to Mr. Pinkney.
Extracts of a Letter from Mr. Madison, Secretary of State, to Mr. Pinkney, Minister of the United States at London, dated Department of State, December 23, 1807. M. ERSKINE having been so good as to let me know | that the mail of this evening will carry his despatches for a British packet, which will sail from New 2%rk immediately on their arrival there, and other conveyances now failing, I avail myself of the opportunity, to inclose you a copy of a message from the president to congress, and their act in pursuance of it, laying an immediate embargo on our vessels and exports. The policy and the causes of the measure are explained in the message itself. But it may be proper to authorize you to assure the British government, as has been just expressed to its minister here, that the act is a measure of precaution only, called for by the occasion; that it is to be considered as neither hostile in its character, nor as justifying, or inviting or leading to hostility with any nation whatever, and particularly as oppoVoI. II.