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The enclosed sketch of my proposed answer to Mr Erskine I yesterday morning gave to Mr Gallatin...
Your very friendly letter of the 10 h I have had the pleasure to receive. A nd most sincerely do...
The enclosed papers shew the temper of the B. Govt. with respect to our late arrangement with Mr...
The papers by the Northern Mail of this day just received I hasten to forward to you. They are...
I have received your favor of the 27h. It would seem that Mr Erskine has taken great liberties...
You will perceive that the enclosed papers from Gov. Claiborne state a Case, which has not been...
The enclosed is the only Original despatch which has been received by Mr Jackson. Not having time...
You will herewith receive copies of letters which I have received from Erskine & Jackson and my...
9 October 1809, Department of State. Expresses regret that British government has disavowed the...
19 October 1809, Department of State. Answers Jackson’s letter of 11 Oct. by explaining the...
I have not yet sufficiently regained my health to give the necessary attention to Mr Jackson’s...
1 November 1809, Department of State. Jackson’s letter of 23 Oct. discloses that Erskine knew he...
8 November 1809, Department of State. Jackson’s letter of 4 Nov. not only repeats the assertion...
By the frigate L’Africaine I transmitted to you copies of my letters to Mr Jackson bearing date...
14 February 1810, Department of State. Relays to JM for transmittal to House of Representatives...
I have had the Honor to receive your Letter of the 30 th Ult. and in compliance with the request...
List of Papers sent to M r Jefferson 4 th June 1810— Gov r Claiborne’s Letter. 3 d Sep r
5 June 1810, Department of State. Acknowledges letters and enclosures from Armstrong received on...
I had the Honor to forward to you by the last Mail, most of the Papers belonging to this...
List of Papers sent to M r Jefferson 6 th June 1810 —from the Dept of State. Three Letters from M...
Mr Lowry is a good Republican, of unblemished Character—understands the French & Spanish...
I avail myself of the oppy. by Mr. to forward copies of my several letters lately written to you;...
Letter not found. Ca. 12 July 1810. Mentioned in JM to Smith, 17 July 1810 . Forwards letters...
I came from Balt to the office on Monday to attend for a few days to its general affairs and...
Letter not found. 26 September 1810. Described as a two-page letter in the lists probably made by...
In my last letter I took the liberty of intimating to you that I would by the next Mail forward...
I yesterday had the honor of receiving your letter of the 23 Ult and I have this day forwarded...
Would it not be well to annex to the despatch to Mr Pinkney that part of the first letter of Mr...
The funds, which had been provided by law for the relief and protection of destitute American...
18 December 1810, Department of State. Acknowledges Turreau’s letter of 12 Dec. in answer to his...
Knowing the interest, you take in the state of our foreign relations and the solicitude, you feel...
I have this moment seen Col McKee. He says he will immediately proceed to the Country in question...
4 February 1811, Department of State. Forwards copies of the latest census and militia returns...
19 February 1811, State Department. Transmits in accordance with the House of Representatives...
Desirous of laying before the President, with the utmost precision, the substance of our...
The Secretary of State respectfully represents to the President, that agreeably to the several...
I have just received with great satisfaction your very friendly letter of the 30 Ult. Of the...
In reply to your letter of the 25th of this month, just received, I have no hesitation in stating...