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Your several letters from No. 1 to No. 12 inclusive have been duly received, and I have the...
My last was of the 24th day of November since which date I have received your several letters as...
Your letter of the 17th January has been received since the date of my last which was on the 8th...
I have duly received your Letters of Feby 12th. and 28th. the latter of which includes your...
The opinion the President entertains of your unshaken integrity and firmness has led him to...
By the Schooner Citizen, which will carry this to Gibraltar, are forwarded the greater part of...
Letter not found. 26 January 1804. Acknowledged in Lear to JM, 7 May 1804 (DNA: RG 59, CD,...
On receiving information of the loss of the Philadelphia, the inclosed Act was passed by...
13 June 1804, Department of State. “The credit given to you with Sir Francis Baring & Co. for...
I have the honor to enclose a list of the articles which it is intended to send to Algiers with...
I have received your several letters of the 7th May 16th July and 3d Novr. last with their...
Since your last letter dated 3d. November from Malta, I have received communications from Mr....
The Ambassador of Tunis confined himself on his arrival to claiming restitution of the Xebeque...
The notice that the departure of the Store vessel is taking place, being sudden, I cannot specify...
A vacancy existing in the Office of Accountant to the Dept. of War, I have thought it proper to...
In the present posture of our affairs with Tunis the President has judged it proper that you...
The Government of Algiers having expressed a desire to have the benefit of the services of an...
That you may fully understand the arrangements of the Navy Department with respect to your visit...
Mr. George Davis, who has been appointed Consul for Tripoli, and is about to embark for Norfolk,...
My last letter which was of the 6th day of August, acknowledged your letter of May, 1806, since...
I avail myself of the opportunity, which is still open, by the Chesapeake, to inform you that...
Since my letter of the l7. inst. was sent on board the Chesapeake, I have received your two...
I inclose a copy of a Proclamation of the President, by which you will find the critical state of...
Philadelphia, 24 Dec. 1790 .Enclosing a duplicate commission for Edward Church, made out by order...
A few weeks since, a gentleman by the name of Stokes, arrivd from Great Britain at some port in...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Lear: he has been calculating the march of the...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Lear. He has been endeavoring this morning, while...
The power or commission from the President of the United States to the Secretary of the Treasury...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Lear and informs him he has recieved from Mr. Short...
Your favor of Oct. 10. reached me at Monticello only the night before my departure; that of Nov....
A friend of mine having desired me to invest some money for him in canal shares, I am desirous of...
I have to appoint a Consul to reside near Toussaint in St. Domingo, an office of great importance...
Will mr Lear do Th: Jefferson the favor of taking a family dinner with him to-day. RC ( InHi );...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to Colo. Lear, and prays him to give the best...
Your letter of May 31. is but recently recieved. I had learnt with pleasure your safe arrival in...