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31 Jefferson, Thomas Dearborn, Henry From Thomas Jefferson to Henry Dearborn, 13 September … 1802-09-13 Your favor of the 8th. was recieved yesterday. I cannot [but consider?] the case of the French...
32 Jefferson, Thomas Dearborn, Henry From Thomas Jefferson to Henry Dearborn, 17 September … 1802-09-17 The permission of the Emperor of Marocco to our Consul to remain for six months for the purpose...
33 Jefferson, Thomas Dearborn, Henry From Thomas Jefferson to Henry Dearborn, 24 September … 1802-09-24 Your favor of the 20th. is recieved. on consultation with mr Madison who came here the day after...
34 Jefferson, Thomas Dearborn, Henry From Thomas Jefferson to Henry Dearborn, 6 November … 1802-11-06 In the case of Crutchelow & John Williams , two of the murderers of the Indians who have fled,...
35 Jefferson, Thomas Dearborn, Henry Memorandum for Henry Dearborn on Indian Policy, 29 … 1802-12-29 Hints on the subject of Indian boundaries, suggested for consideration An object, becoming now of...
36 Jefferson, Thomas Madison, James From Thomas Jefferson to Heads of Departments 1802-12-31 Th: Jefferson asks a consultation with the heads of departments tomorrow at 11. aclock, on the...
37 Jefferson, Thomas Dearborn, Henry Memorandum for Henry Dearborn, 22 January 1803 1803-01-22 Observations on mr Hawkins’s letter of Dec. 22. 1802. Our proceedings on the subject of the deed...
38 Jefferson, Thomas Dearborn, Henry From Thomas Jefferson to Henry Dearborn, 15 February … 1803-02-15 The inclosed were sent to me by mr Bacon with permission to keep them. they may therefore be...
39 Jefferson, Thomas Dearborn, Henry From Thomas Jefferson to Henry Dearborn, 17 March 1803 1803-03-17 Th: Jefferson [presents] his friendly the Secretary at War and sends him the Governors Page in...
40 Jefferson, Thomas Dearborn, Henry From Thomas Jefferson to Henry Dearborn, 13 May 1803 1803-05-13 I am much pleased with both the ideas suggested by Lyons , viz. 1. to proceed from Knoxville...