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E. Randolph informs his friend Mr. Jefferson, that he shall by the mail of tuesday next, put into his hands such documents, as have been promised by him respecting Mr. Short’s affair. RC ( DLC : Short Papers); endorsed by TJ as received 13 Dec. 1797 and so recorded in SJL . Letters from Randolph to TJ of 12 July and 6 Aug. 1797, recorded in SJL as received 14 July and 7 Aug. 1797,...
While I supposed, that every thing was completed by Mr. Morris relative to Mr. Short’s money, for which he (Mr. M.) gave me his note for stock in 1794, I have been deceived. Immediately I obtained from Mr. Lyons and Mr: Pendleton, who hold six per cent stock the inclosed assumpsit for £2,000 within thirty pounds; which you will find satisfactory; as it is certain. I am the absolute owner of...
Among the materials JM drew on for his Report of 1800 were some notes written by Edmund Randolph for a projected essay on the question of whether there was a federal common law of crimes. Although the editors have found no evidence that JM commented on this paper to anyone, its presence in JM’s papers points to its use by the author of the report. The idea that the entire body of English...
These “hasty notes” were most probably replies to queries (not found) that JM had posed to Edmund Randolph sometime during the early days of the Virginia General Assembly session in 1799. In his research for that part of the Report of 1800 that dealt with the common law, JM no doubt surveyed the handful of important court decisions that supported the doctrine that the English common law was...
This Indenture made this nineteenth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred. Between Edmund Randolph of the City of Richmond of the one part, and Thomas Jefferson the friend and trustee of Arriana Randolph, William Foushee, Daniel L. Hylton, William DuVal, Samuel Mc.Craw, Lewis Nicholas, and Philip Norborne Nicholas of the other part: Whereas the said Edmund Randolph...