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In answer to your queries I would say 1. the square for the lighthouse on the Missisipi is...
Will you be so good as to meet us at 10. oclock tomorrow on a short consultation on the affairs...
Commissions to be made out Christopher Ellery of Rh odei sland to be Commissioner of loans for...
Be pleased to advance to           Dollars out of the fund appropriated by the Act of Congress of...
I have no information that the act dividing Orleans into counties is passed. by the papers which...
I think mr Hollingsworth’s conduct has been wrong in every point with the Smiths. 1. as to the...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr Gallatin to come half an hour before dinner to-day (say at 3.)...
In the case of the rescue of the Felicity by Capt Newcome of the revenue cutter he certainly...
the revival of antient slanders under pretext of new evidence, has induced Th:J. to do, what he...
I find by the inclosed letter from Henry Sheaff, that after having been once an immense sufferer...
I return you Morris’s letter, claiming for Kibber paiment of the bill to be drawn on us for...
The answer to Morris is perfectly well as it leaves the case open for decision as the fact or law...
The inclosed letter merits serious attention. notwithstanding the favorable opinion I have...
Your favor of the 15th. has been duly recieved. with respect to the revenue cutters to be...
You have probably learnt through other channels that our Commissioners to Spain have terminated...
Your two letters of July 30. did not come to my hands till yesterday. I have directed a...
I recieved last night your favor of the 17th. and have this day directed a commission for Latta...
Observing in the Salem Register recieved yesterday a mention of the death & burial of Gibaut, I...
Your letters of the 21st. & 23. were recieved yesterday. mine by the preceding post had informed...
Th: Jefferson returns to mr Gallatin Gurley’s letter: no further intelligence being now expected...
The reasons of the bank against importing coin seem good under their views of the subject, which...
I had detained the letter of mr Merry on Foster’s claim of freedom from importing duties in...
I send for your perusal another letter of mr Madison which I will ask the favor of you to return...
I wish for an à peu prés of the number of seamen we call ours. I suppose the best way of...
In the case of L. H. Guerlain of New Orleans, it is undeniable that a fraud on the revenue was...
The Jersey law puts the lands on Sandy hook compleatly in our power; and having paid the money,...
Can you be so good as to let me have the financial paragraph this morning as there is not more...
The bearer hereof is mr Thomas Walker Maury who is come on to recieve the appointment of Reciever...
I send you the message to ask a scrupulous revisal, and as early an one as you can, because there...
1. the Concessions to Renault. as to those in the territory of Indiana, that country having been...
inclosed for consideration & amendment NHi : Papers of Albert Gallatin.
Inclosed is a revised edition of the Spanish resolutions, in which you will find most of your...
1. Resolved that no armed men, not being citizens of the US. ought to be permitted to enter or...
J. Randolph has just called to ask a conversation with me, for which purpose he will be with me...
I see nothing to alter in the inclosed except two or three verbal changes of the indefinable...
Th:J. with his salutations to mr Gallatin informs him that the act for the Navy appropriation was...
I return you the papers respecting the Sandy hook business which I am content should be closed on...
You wrote to me Aug. 25. 04. inclosing the papers respecting the Eugenia which you had recieved...
I believe the fact is that no measures have been taken by the states indebted to the US. to...
The inclosed bond is signed by mr Maury the father, who I have no doubt is worth the 10,000 D....
I have been too long in answering several matters recieved from you: but I have not had an...
for exploring the waters of the country ceded by the Convention with France of Apr. 30. 1803, &...
What would you think of raising a force for the defence of New Orleans in this manner? give a...
What would you think of raising a force for the defence of New Orleans by offering a bounty of...
By virtue of the act, entitled, “an act making Provision for defraying any extraordinary expences...
I suppose there can be no difficulty in prolonging the time for filing claims in the Western...
I return you the papers which inform us of the construction of the law respecting land claims by...
It would be satisfactory if mr Newton would state something more than the names of his...
On the 27th. of April I wrote to Govr. Claiborne in these words. ‘Congress has permitted lots to...
I have had a consultation with mr Madison on the application of the British vessel of war for...