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I see nothing to alter in the inclosed except two or three verbal changes of the indefinable...
I have recieved a complaint against McGillis, Collector of St. Mary’s, which comes from persons,...
Your’s of Aug. 3. which ought to have been here on the 8th. was not recieved till yesterday. it...
I have no information of the death of judge Bruin, altho I have letters & newspapers from Natchez...
With respect to the bank of Pensva, their difficulties proceed from excessive discounts. the...
This will be handed to you by mr William C. Preston a young gentleman of this state, either son,...
The bearer hereof is mr Thomas Walker Maury who is come on to recieve the appointment of Reciever...
The appointment of a woman to office is an innovation for which the public is not prepared, nor...
The rent we proposed for the Indiana lead mine was 2/10 of 3. years’ produce = 6/10 of 1. years...
I have this moment recieved the embargo law, but I do not sign it till I have returned it to the...
Th: Jefferson has desired the Post Master General to forward no papers to him at Monticello,...
According to the letter of mr Wagner inclosed in your’s of the 7th. inst. on the subject of the...
I do not see sufficient reasons for preserving a revenue cutter at Charleston on a larger scale...
I inclose you a copy of my letter to Theus, which goes on by this day’s post. also a letter from...
In the case of the seamen left on Trinity isld. would it not be well to engage the identical...
Since writing my letter of yesterday I have prepared the draught of a circular to the Governors...
Mr. Legaux called on me this morning to ask a statement of the experiment which was made in...
On the question Who are to pay the petty jurors in the courts of the US. in private cases? it...
Yours of the 17th. was recieved only yesterday. it ought to have come by the preceding post. I...
I thank you for the case in the Liman sea, which escaped my recollection, it was indeed a very...
The letter to Thornton is civil both in matter & manner, and entirely proper. I dare say Irvine...
A doubt is entertained whether the act of Congress respecting claims to lands in Orleans &...
I inclose for your information letters from General Dearborne, P. D. Sargeant & Elisha Tracy on...
A Bill supplementary to the several acts for laying an embargo on vessels Etc. for vessels coming...
The inducement which you propose in order to engage Powell to bring up his accounts is...
I think with you it is better to leave the leasing the salt-springs to Governor Harrison who will...
The inclosed petition & papers of the Widow Morin of St. Louis present the first case of that...
In the case of the brig Hieram, I think with you that no permission can be given to renew the...
1. As to the 500. cavalry. if we have peace with Spain, we shall not want them; if War, all our...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr Gallatin to examine with rigour the inclosed projet of the...