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In the wild range which Tatham’s head takes, he often hits on good ideas. Those explained in the...
In the wild range which Tatham’s head takes, he often hits on good ideas. those explained in the...
Will you be so good as to give this a severe correction both as to stile & matter, & as early a...
the article against impressment to be a sine qua non. So also the withdrawing or modifying the...
Robert H. Jones of N. Carolina to be District attorney for N. Carolina. He resides at Warrenton....
I retain mr Wilson’s letter, and return you his two certificates, as he may wish to keep them. If...
I think we were under impressions last night which the papers did not justify. No single act was...
Health & weather permitting I shall set out on Wednesday without fail. if I can get off early...
Nathaniel Ewing of Pensylvania to be Reciever of public monies at Vincennes. ViU .
Your express arrived at 12. aclock this day & I dispatch him in half an hour with the papers for...
I presume the two commissions of militia officers in the District of Columbia which you enclosed...
The government of the US. will not make itself an accomplice in the crimes of invading a foreign...
The more I consider the letter of our Ministers in London the more seriously it impresses me. I...
Letter not found. 3 May 1805 . Described as a one-page autograph letter, written in the third...
I return you the papers which accompanied yours of yesterday. I think the case of Capt Hewes is...
The inclosed act of Michigan, tho’ dated Jan. 30. 07. did not get here till the last Congress had...
The more I consider the letter of our Ministers in London the more seriously it impresses me. I...
6 July 1803 . Invites “Mr. Madison & family […] at half after […].” “Many thanks to mrs. Madison...
The extract of a letter to Bishop Carroll I have inclosed to Genl. Dearborne. I return you judge...
In conversation with mr Gallatin yesterday as to what might be deemed the result of our Tuesday’s...
The Tunisian Ambassador put into my hands the packet now sent, & at his request I promised it...
additions proposed on some subjects suggested by mr Gallatin submitted to mr Madison by the...
Th: Jefferson requests the favor of Mr. Mrs. Madison’s & family’s company to dinner the day after...
The death of Meriwether Jones having taken place, I have written to mr Wagner directly to forward...
The inclosed barbarous Italian would require more consideration to be perfectly understood than I...
The inclosed act of Michigan, tho’ dated Jan. 30. 07. did not get here till the last Congress had...
I retain Mr. Wilson’s letter, and return you his two certificates, as he may wish to keep them....
Should not Claiborne be instructed to enter into a correspondence with Casa-Calvo, to insist on...
Your express arrived at 12. oclock this day & I dispatch him in half an hour with the papers for...
I intended to have been with you tomorrow evening, but it is rendered now improbable, partly by...