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I now communicate to you, a memorial of the Commissioners for the City of Washington together with a letter of later date, which, with their memorial of Jan: 28: 1801 . will possess the legislature fully of the state of the public interests, & of those of the city of Washington, confided to them. The monies now due, & soon to become due to the State of Maryland, on the loan guarantied by the...
The proceedings of the Commissioners of Washington with Maryland seem not to be accurately understood. Maryland lent them 250,000 D. of stock at par, on which they lost 15. percent. they proposed therefore that Maryland should leave Congress free to repay in stock. they did not propose, nor ever thought of, shortening the terms of paiment. Maryland agrees to recieve stock on condition it is...
According to the request in your resolution of the 8th. Inst., I now lay before you a letter from the Secretary of State, containing an estimate of the expences necessary for carrying into effect the convention between the United States of America and the French Republic. PrC ( DLC ); in Meriwether Lewis’s hand, signed and dated by TJ. RC not found, but an endorsement by a House clerk in DNA :...
I have the honor to lay before you an estimate of the sum necessary to be appropriated for carrying into effect the Convention between the United States of America and the French Republic of the 30th of Sept. 1801. I have the honor to be, Sir, your most Obt Sert. RC ( DNA : RG 233 , PM , 7th Cong., 1st sess.); in a clerk’s hand, signed by Madison; at foot of text: “The President of the United...
Estimate of the expenses necessary for carrying into effect the Convention between the United States of America and the French Republic of the 30th. of Sept. 1801. For captures made prior to the date of the Treaty on which no final condemnation had then passed, and of which the property was brought into the United States } 137 770 For captures made subsequent to the date of the Treaty } 70,351...
I now communicate to you a letter from the Secretary of State inclosing an estimate of the expences which appear at present necessary for carrying into effect the Convention between the U.S. of America and the French Republic, which has been prepared at the request of the House of Representatives. RC ( DNA : RG 46 , LPPM , 7th Cong., 1st sess.); in Meriwether Lewis’s hand, signed and dated by...
I have to acknolege the reciept of your favor of the 1st. inst. informing me that the American Philosophical society had again elected me President of the society for the ensuing year. for this mark of their continued favor, I pray you to present them a renewal of my thanks and of my profound respect. I have still to lament that my distance & other occupations leave me nothing but expressions...
I recieved yesterday your favor of Jan. 8. covering the award of the Arbitrators, and I consent willingly to the paiment to them of 50. Dollars on my part for their trouble, which mr Jefferson will do for me. I write to him to this effect. he had already, at my desire procured as much tobo. as would have discharged the award, had it been corrected as I believed it would. but it will now want...
I yesterday recieved by post from Doctr. Currie the award of the arbitrators to pay to mr Ross of the tobacco of the upper James river or Appomatox inspections 12,485. ℔. with interest at 5. per cent from Oct. 15. 1790. I must in the first place ask the favor of you to put 50. D. into the hands of Doctr. Currie for the arbitrators, and then to enlarge the purchase of tobo. for one of the...
In answer to your favor of Dec. 29. it is not in my power to inform you as to the existence or title of the several literary societies you therein mention; but we have Consuls in every country of Europe almost, and through them I can transmit packages for any literary institution, leaving to them to superscribe the proper address. if you approve of this, and will send me a list of the packages...