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23 June 1801, Paris. No. 3. Reports that on 13 June French powers to negotiate were formally...
I had intended to have been at Poplar forest before this time, but a hurt which I recieved in...
The within extra-account of E. Burroughs for building the light houses seems proper, being...
Mrs. Dearborn & myself intend seting out for Monticello on tuesday, I had anxiously hoped that...
Are the enclosed in conformity to your ideas? If not, will you be pleased to note the necessary...
Our Lincoln is wreathing in the Fox-trap of pretended-Friends. And the desendants of those Same...
Your obliging letter wrote at the moment you were setting out for Monticello,—I sent to my Son...
16 May 1804, Boston. “It is with extreme reluctance that we are again compelled to address you on...
Peut être, qu’il fera plaisir à Monsieur le President Jefferson de parcourir çe petit Livre....
I arrived here on saturday so much overcome with the fatigue of the journey that I kept my bed...
Immediately on the reciept of your letter I communicated to mr Nicholas so much of it as related...
Since my last respects of the 1st. Ulto. Pr the Ship Robert Burns, Capt. White, Via Liverpool for...
On the 26th. of October 1805. I had the pleasure of writing to you, and of informing you that I...
The inclosed came last evening in a packet from Bourdeau. By the same conveyance I have a letter...
Expecting that mr Madison & yourself would be able with a little discussion to make up an opinion...
The office of Commissioner of loans having become vacant, by the death of the late Mr. John Page,...
Your favor of the 28th. came to hand on the 2d. inst. expecting mr Madison daily , I deferred...
Circumstances may render it very deseriable that I should go to France in the Spring to look...
Mr. Munroe has just communicated to me a statement by which it appears that there remained but...
I incline to beleive that it is my duty to inform the government of the united States, that...
27 September 1802, New York. Informs JM that he has “caused to be Shipped on board the Sloop...
I am informed the president is in Want of a head Miller. I take the Liberty of offering as Such...
I have been daily expecting some of the large hiccory nuts from Roanoke which would possess you...
I regret very much that I had not the pleasure of seeing you before I left the Seat of...
I am in hopes I am more fortunate in the seeds I now send you than the effete roots before sent....
We have your favor of the 15th. advising a draft for $500 in favor of Mr James Lyle, which is...
Madame d’Irujo presents her respectful compliments to Mr Jefferson, & has the honor to send him...
Its with the greatest reluctance that I am about to trouble you again on my business at the...
I retain Mr. Wilson’s letter, and return you his two certificates, as he may wish to keep them....
Le Soussigné chargé d’affaires de la République française a l’honneur de transmettre ci Jointes à...