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31 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 21 October 1801 1801-10-21 The Inclosed was sent to me by a Person now in Jail for Debt, He claims being introduced to me by...
32 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 14 November 1801 1801-11-14 I Congratulate you on the success & good Fortune of the Squadron under Commodore Dale—Lieut...
33 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 14 November 1801 1801-11-14 Since writing my Letter of this Morning, Mr. John Donnell (one of our Republican & most wealthy...
34 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 25 November 1801 1801-11-25 I did myself the Honor to forward y[our] Box of Books by a Schooner bound to the Navy Yard—and by...
35 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 3 December 1801 1801-12-03 I have recieved your two letters. I wish It Could be managed So as to Stop whatever may be due,...
36 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 29 December 1801 1801-12-29 In looking Over some Old Papers I have luckily found Mr. Dawson’s Order (which I now inclose) for...
37 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, [9 March 1802] 1802-03-09 I do myself the Honor to return you Mr. Coxe’s Opinions —there are some Ideas, that I think...
38 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 29 April 1802 1802-04-29 I do myself the honor to inclose you a letter I have recieved from J. H. Purviance. permit me to...
39 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 21 June 1802 1802-06-21 I have recieved two letters from General Wilkinson . Since his Arrival in Georgia, he appears...
40 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 9 July 1802 1802-07-09 Permit me to introduce my young friend Mr. Abraham Ogden formerly of New York where he had his...
41 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 9 June [i.e. … 1802-08-09 Capt. Norman (a respectable Man of this City) has arrived here from Trieste, he has just informed...
42 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 1 April 1803 … 1803-04-01 1 April 1803, Baltimore. A State Department packet directed to Bird, Savage, and Bird came to the...
43 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 6 April 1803 … 1803-04-06 6 April 1803, Baltimore. Informs JM that the packet for Erving will be forwarded on Sunday in the...
44 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 1 June 1803 1803-06-01 I have this Moment left Mr. Carr, he is Something easier, the Blisters on his Back & Ankles have...
45 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 2 June 1803 1803-06-02 When I paid my respects yesterday I had no great expectation that I should now have the pleasure...
46 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 17 June 1803 1803-06-17 I take the Liberty as one of thy wellwishers to address Thee thy Enemies assert that thou art a...
47 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 23 August 1803 1803-08-23 During the late War between England & France—England levied a Convoy Duty of ½ ⅌ C: on Goods...
48 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 24 January 1804 1804-01-24 I recieved a Letter last Night from Mr. Patterson requesting me to remind you of your polite...
49 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 23 April 1804 … 1804-04-23 23 April 1804, Baltimore. “The Marshal (Reuben Etting) for the District of Maryland having...
50 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 4 May 1804 1804-05-04 Mr. Venable & myself had determined to wait on you, During the last Session to Call to your...
51 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 17 May 1804 1804-05-17 From Capt. Rogers I have understood that It is the Intention of Government to send, Armed...
52 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 21 May 1804 … 1804-05-21 21 May 1804, Baltimore. “The extreme Distress of Mind felt by the President has I presume...
53 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 10 July 1804 1804-07-10 Permit me to have the honor of presenting to you Mr. Peter Hoffman, a Merchant of this City, of...
54 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 8 September 1804 1804-09-08 The Writer of the inclosed letter Mr. Hatch Dent (a Native of Maryland) imigrated last Winter to...
55 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 27 October 1804 … 1804-10-27 27 October 1804, Baltimore. “I do myself the Honor to inclose you a letter received by me from...
56 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 9 November 1804 1804-11-09 We are requested by Mr L Harris of St. Petersburg, to receive & forward to you, a Box containing...
57 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith (Abstract), 2 March … 1805-03-02 2 March 1805 . “The inclosed proposition of a law was shewn by me to a number of our friends, who...
58 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 4 April 1805 1805-04-04 Mr. James Lowrey Donaldson, a young Gentleman of the Bar, of very handsome talents, has a...
59 Smith, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 17 April 1805 1805-04-17 I did myself the honor to recommend for your Attention Mr. James Lowrey Donaldson, a Gentleman of...
60 Smith, Samuel Madison, James To James Madison from Samuel Smith, 29 April 1805 1805-04-29 I have the honor to address you on a subject highly interesting to the Commerce and Agriculture...