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    • Jefferson, Thomas
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    • Callender, James Thomson
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    • Adams Presidency

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Your favor of Sep. 22. came to hand only by our last post. I had before been informed through the channel of the newspapers of the insult committed on you. outrages against the laws may take place in every country, because in every country there are people of every character. but I hope it will appear in the issue that such a breach of the laws & hospitality of the state cannot be committed...
By a want of arrangement in a neighboring post office during the [absence] of the postmaster, my letters & papers for two posts back were detained. [I] suppose it was owing to this that your letter tho’ dated Aug. 10 did not get to my hand till the last day of the month, since which this is the first day I can through the post office acknolege the receipt of it. mr Jefferson happens to be here...
On recieving your favor of Sep. 29. I did believe it would be in my power to answer you satisfactorily on both the points on which you asked information. I knew indeed that I had not made any particular memorandum of the sum which the Ct. de Vergennes supposed a treaty with the Porte would cost; but I expected that I had mentioned it either in my letter on the subject to mr Jay, or in that to...