You
have
selected

  • Author

    • Jefferson, Thomas
  • Recipient

    • Gallatin, Albert

Period

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Author="Jefferson, Thomas" AND Recipient="Gallatin, Albert"
Results 201-250 of 435 sorted by date (ascending)
Judging by Price’s survey of Ocracock, the only position for the custom house which seems to come...
Congress adopting a court, adopts all it’s officers. The Sheriff consequently is the competent...
The Attorney Genl. being absent, we must decide for ourselves the question raised by Colo....
I learn from an eye-witness that Govr. Page, since his retirement is not only in poverty but real...
Mr. Norborne Nicholas, mr Smith junr. & mr R. Smith dine with me to-day, en petite comité. will...
I have kept the papers on the subject of raising the salaries of certain light-house keepers...
A law of the last session provided for making a road from Nashville to Natchez, & another from...
I return you the petitions of the inhabitants of Sag-harbor and of the Keeper of the Light house...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr Gallatin to attend a consultation at 1. o’clock tomorrow and...
Yours of the 7th. was recieved yesterday; and I have this day inclosed mr Sandford’s letter to mr...
I have made it a rule to grant no pardon in any criminal case but on the recommendation of the...
I returned hither the day before yesterday & found your two letters of the 15th. I am much...
I now return you the papers respecting the Louisiana board of Commissioners, with only the...
Not having a copy of the laws of the last session here, I am obliged to ask information from...
On the reciept of your letter of the 6th. observing you would leave N. York before an answer...
I have examined the papers respecting the St Domingo trade, and now return them to you. not...
The inclosed certainly cannot be wrong: can it be taken amiss by mr Nicholson himself? to what...
You witnessed in the earlier part of the administration the malignant & long continued efforts...
Thomas Jefferson asks the favor of the heads of Departments to meet him at 11. oclock tomorrow...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Gallatin & wishes to know how he does to-day. he...
I have considered the claim of General Dearborne for further compensation for the erection of the...
1. As to the 500. cavalry. if we have peace with Spain, we shall not want them; if War, all our...
Thomas Jefferson asks the favor of a Consultation with the heads of Departments tomorrow at one...
The words ‘ere long’ & ‘systems of fortifications’ were omitted by oversight in correcting the...
Some letters are recieved which require to be consulted & acted on to-day. if you will be so good...
Altho’ I have the most perfect confidence in the integrity of Briggs, & very little in Davies his...
I inclose you a draught of a Proclamation with an amendment proposed by mr Madison. before I make...
The inclosed petition & papers of the Widow Morin of St. Louis present the first case of that...
I inclose you a letter from Capt. Mc. Neill (formerly commander of one of our frigates) to Capt...
I think the keeper of lighthouses should be dismissed for small degrees of remisness, because of...
There is a vessel fitting out at N. York formerly called the Emperor now the James, or the Brutus...
Mr Clarke left with me the papers I now send you presenting the claim of the Corporation of N....
The sale of Dufour’s land appears to have been regular. the purchase too by mr Mansfield is valid...
I return you the letter of mr Gelston respecting the Brutus. from what I learn she cannot be...
The appointment of a woman to office is an innovation for which the public is not prepared, nor...
I inclose for your perusal my answer to mr Clarke. will you be so good as to give the...
Several French vessels of war, disabled from keeping the sea by the storms which, some time...
I have recieved a complaint against McGillis, Collector of St. Mary’s, which comes from persons,...
Satisfied that N. Orleans must fall a prey to any power which shall attack it, in spight of any...
I inclose you a paper containing a Memorial of the legislature of Misipi. to Congress respecting...
Would the office of Register or Reciever be most compatible with that of judge held by Taylor?...
will you be pleased to give the permission to Capt Brewster, & take any other measures you think...
The more I consider the letter of our Ministers in London the more seriously it impresses me. I...
The draught of the letter is approved, & I should be much disposed to remove Backus, on a more...
Will you be so good as to give the within a careful perusal and favor me with your corrections. I...
I thank you for the case in the Liman sea, which escaped my recollection, it was indeed a very...
Bates’s resignation both as judge & reciever was of yesterday the 9th. when he accepted his new...
I inclose you a letter from Stanley Griswold which seems to merit notice.    I find in my bundle...
I send you Alston’s letter for perusal. he thinks to get over this matter by putting a bold face...
I am afraid this matter of Beaumarchais, will become a serious one if not done with, which is...