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Th: Jefferson has the honor to submit to the President’s approbation the draught of letters to Mr. Genet and the Atty. Genl. on the subject of the prosecution desired by the former to be instituted against Messrs. Jay and King. He also incloses the form of a warrant for Đ 2544.37 for the Director of the Mint for the purchase of copper. RC ( DNA : RG 59, MLR ); addressed: “The Pres[…]”;...
Th: Jefferson has the honor to inclose to the President translations of papers received from Mr. Jaudenes. He submits whether it will not be proper to communicate them to Congress, as being nearly similar to those which closed the great communication on Spanish affairs. If the President thinks they should be sent in, Th:J. will have copies prepared. RC ( DNA : RG 59, MLR ); addressed: “The...
Th: Jefferson with his respects to the President incloses a letter from the Governor of Pensylvania in answer to one from Mr. Genet praying him to deliver the French sailors (whom he calls deserters ) on board a vessel to be transported to New York, there to be put on board a man of war. The Convention having directed the proceeding to be observed in this case, and the laws having directed the...
Th: Jefferson has the honor to return to the President Govr. Clinton’s letter. Also to send him a statement of Mr. Genet’s conversation with him in which he mentioned Gouvernr. Morris. This paper Th:J. prepared several days ago, but it got mislaid which prevented it’s being sent to the President. RC ( DNA : RG 59, MLR ); addressed: “The President of the US.”; endorsed by Bartholomew Dandridge,...
Th: Jefferson has the honor to inclose to the President the translation of a letter he received last night from Messrs. Viar and Jaudenes and which he supposes should be communicated to the legislature as being in answer to one communicated to them. RC ( DNA : RG 59, MLR ); addressed: “The Preside[…]” endorsed by Bartholomew Dandridge, Jr. Tr ( Lb in same, SDC ). Not recorded in SJL ....
Th: Jefferson has the honor to inclose to the President a copy of Mr. Genet’s instructions which he has just recieved from him with a desire that they may be communicated to the legislature. RC ( DNA : RG 59, MLR ); addressed: “The Presid[…]”; endorsed by Washington. Tr ( Lb in same, SDC ). Not recorded in SJL . Enclosure: see enclosure listed at Edmond Charles Genet to TJ, 20 Dec. 1793 (third...
The Secretary of State, to whom the President of the United States referred the Resolution of the House of Representatives, of December 24th, 1793, desiring the substance of all such Laws, Decrees, or Ordinances, respecting Commerce in any of the Countries with which the United States have Commercial Intercourse, as have been received by the Secretary of State, and not already stated to the...
Certain proceedings of the Ministers of the United States abroad, on behalf of M. de la Fayette rendering it necessary that I should do myself the honor of addressing you on that subject in order that the proper sanction may be obtained for what is done, I shall be justified by the interest which yourself and our fellow citizens generally feel in the fortunes and sufferings of that Gentleman...
I am informed , by the Director of the Mint , that an impediment has arisen to the coinage of the precious Metals, which it is my Duty to lay before you. It will be recollected, that, in pursuance of the Authority, vested in the President, by Congress, to procure Artists from abroad, if necessary, Mr. Drotz, at Paris, so well known by the superior style of his coinage, was engaged for our...
I have the honor to enclose you a statement of the expenditure of the monies appropriated to our intercourse with foreign nations to be laid before the legislature according to the requisitions of the law . The account of the Secretary of state commences July 1. 1792. where that rendered at the last session ended; and is brought down to this time. In the two preceding years of this...
1793. Dollars 1793. Dollars Apr. 11. To the Treasurer’s order on the Bank By orders on the bank as follows, to wit,   of the US. for 39,500. Apr. 11. in favor of Mordecai Lewis for Gilmore’s bills of exchange payable to Thos. Pinckney for £600. sterl. (as per the bank acct., and by our bankers letter of July 1. 1793).  2,600. in favor of Willing, Morris & Swanwick for their Exchange payable to...
Having had the honor of communicating to you in my letter of the last of July, my purpose of retiring from the office of Secretary of state at the end of the month of September, you were pleased, for particular reasons, to wish it’s postponement to the close of the year. That term being now arrived, and my propensities to retirement daily more and more irresistible, I now take the liberty of...
A note of subjects, some of which the President may think proper to be mentioned to Congress. The extreme want of a coin: and necessity of pursuing the establishment of a Coinage, and of uniformity in measures, weights and coins. PrC ( DLC : TJ Papers, 59: 10131); entirely in TJ’s hand; undated; brackets in original. Recorded in SJPL under 29 Nov. 1790: “Subjects of speech to Congress.” In his...
I am honored with your favor of Apr. 24. and received at the same time Mr. Bertrand’s agricultural Prospectus. Tho’ he mentions my having seen him at a particular place yet I remember nothing of it, and observing that he intimates an application for lands in America, I conceive his letter meant for me as Secretary of state, and therefore I now send it to the Secretary of state. He has given...
You were formerly deliberating on the purpose to which you should apply the shares in the Patowmack and James river companies presented you by our assembly; and you did me the honor of asking me to think on the subject. As well as I remember, some academical institution was thought to offer the best application of the money. Should you have finally decided in favor of this, a circumstance has...
The last post brought me a letter from Madame de Chastellux, covering the inclosed, which she informs me is on the same subject with hers to me, and that she refers you to me for particulars. I had very little acquaintance with her personally in Paris. I understood she was the daughter of an English general Plunket in the Austrian service, entirely without fortune. Chastellux is said to have...
In Bache’s Aurora of the 9th. inst. which came here by the last post, a paper appears which, having been confided , as I presume, to but few hands, makes it truly wonderful how it should have got there. I cannot be satisfied as to my own part till I relieve my mind by declaring, and I attest every thing sacred and honorable to the declaration, that it has got there neither thro’ me nor the...