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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...
Eli Vickery lives at Norfolk. if the letter be addressed to the care of Colo Thos. Newton, it...
Previous information had led me to believe it necessary to remove Abbot also. the inclosed...
The case of the schooner Concord, sold by J. Bell of Petersburg, to M. W. Hancock of Richmond. I...
I have written to mr Smith proposing to order a couple of gunboats from New York into the...
Your last favor is recieved just as I am setting out for a possession 90. miles Southwardly, from...
Yours of the 21st. came to hand on the 25th. I now return the letters of Thornton & Muhlenberg...
The proceedings of the Commissioners of Washington with Maryland seem not to be accurately...
The defence of Orleans against a land army can never be provided for, according to the principles...
Your favors of the 18th. & 24th. came by yesterday’s post. I am sorry mr Clay declines a...
If we can do any thing ourselves in the case of the from the Missisipi, let us do it. but if any...
Judging by Price’s survey of Ocracock, the only position for the custom house which seems to come...
Commissions to be made out Christopher Ellery of Rh odei sland to be Commissioner of loans for...
Did I lend you the Pensylvania act permitting our Western road to cross through that state? if I...
E. Randolph has offered to mr Short to give him personal security, such as he will be satisfied...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of the Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary at War & Secretary of...
I inclose you the form in which I would wish to place the Financial paragraph, with blanks which...
Genl. Turreau’s application for two vessels to carry French subjects to France must, I think, be...
The appointment of Joseph Farrow as Keeper of the Lighthouse at Cape Hatteras is approved.  DNA :...
Your favor of 26. March is recieved and I learn with real concern the danger that a temporary...
Some letters are recieved which require to be consulted & acted on to-day. if you will be so good...
On the 27th. of April I wrote to Govr. Claiborne in these words. ‘Congress has permitted lots to...
Yours of the 16th. came to hand last night. as the lead mines do not press in point of time, I...
1. Can we do better as to Nantucket than to send Coffin’s letter to Govr. Lincoln? he is better...
In the case of the Schooner Anne carried off forcibly by a British crew, I think the removal of...
1. D.W. Coxe & the ship Comet. the application to send another vessel to the Havanna to bring...
Your’s of the 9th. came to hand yesterday only so that it has missed a post somewhere. I thought...
The inclosed paper got mislaid by accident so as to escape my earlier attention. I do not know...
I now return you the papers respecting the Louisiana board of Commissioners, with only the...
Doctr. Stevens having been sent by the preceding administration in 1798. to St. Domingo, with the...
The cargo, ostensible destination, ownership & other circumstances respecting the ship Lorenzo of...
Your favors of the 15th. & 17th. are recieved. you will find an approbation signed at the foot of...
I inclose you the letters of Bishop. Madison recommending Samuel Travis as mate of a revenue...
I return you the papers which inform us of the construction of the law respecting land claims by...
I am sorry to be obliged to hasten your return to this place, & pray that it may be without a...