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31 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...
32 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...
33 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...
34 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...
35 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...
36 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...
37 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...
38 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...
39 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...
40 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...