You
have
selected

  • Author

    • Jefferson, Thomas
  • Recipient

    • Madison, James
  • Period

    • Jefferson Presidency

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Author="Jefferson, Thomas" AND Recipient="Madison, James" AND Period="Jefferson Presidency"
Results 61-70 of 418 sorted by date (ascending)
I wrote you on the 9th. but whether the new post had got into motion at that time I know not. It related chiefly to the roads. Yesterday I recieved your’s of the 7th. & 11th. It really seems doubtful whether the conduct of Le Clerc proceeds from the extravagance of his own character, or from a settled design in his government. So many things lately wear the latter appearance that one cannot be...
I wrote you on the 9th. but whether the new post had got into motion at that time I know not. it related chiefly to the road. yesterday I recieved your’s of the 7th. & 11th. it really seems doubtful whether the conduct of Le Clerc proceeds from the extravagance of his own character, or from a settled design in his government. so many things lately wear the latter appearance that one cannot be...
Our postrider having mistaken his day, brought us no mail on Thursday last. Yesterday I recieved a double one. In it were the inclosed letters. Those from Dupont & Granger are forwarded for your perusal, and I will recieve them again when I see you at your own house. The one from Dallas to yourself on Jackson’s case I recieved from mr. Brent: the recommendation of the Attorney of the district,...
Our postrider having mistaken his day, brought us no mail on Thursday last. yesterday I recieved a double one. in it were the inclosed letters. those from Dupont & Granger are forwarded for your perusal, and I will recieve them again when I see you at your own house. the one from Dallas to yourself on Jackson’s case I recieved from mr Brent; the recommendation of the Attorney of the district,...
Henry Warren (of Mass) to be Collector of Marblehead v. Samuel R. Gerry. William Lyman of Massachusetts to be Collector of Newbury port, vice Dudley A. Tyng William R. Lee of Massachus: to be collector of Salem & Beverley vice Joseph Hiller Peter Muhlenburg of Pensylvania to be Collector of vice George Latimer John Page of Virginia to be Collector of Petersburg v. William Heth. Tenche Cox of...
Henry Warren, (of Mass), to be Collector of Marblehead v. Samuel R. Gerry. William Lyman of Massachusetts to be Collector of Newbury port. vice Dudley A. Tyng. William R. Lee of Massachuts. to be collector of Salem & Beverly vice Joseph Hiller Peter Muhlenberg of Pensylvania to be Collector of vice George Latimer. John Page of Virginia to be Collector of Petersburg v. William Heth. Tenche Coxe...
Your’s of July 22. came to hand on the 25th. the day of my arrival here. I think the proposition to tender another 30,000. D. to Algiers a very judicious one, and have therefore written to mr. Gallatin to take measures in conjunction with yourself to make the remittance by the General Greene. I have not yet written to the emperor of Morocco; because when one has nothing to write about it is...
Your’s of July 22. came to hand on the 25th. the day of my arrival here. I think the proposition to tender another 30,000. D. to Algiers a very judicious one, and have therefore written to mr Gallatin to take measures in conjunction with yourself to make the remittance by the General Greene. I have not yet written to the emperor of Marocco; because when one has nothing to write about it is...
I now return you the letters of mr. Pichon, and of Jones; also those of Van Polanen & Thos. Sumter. The letter to be written to Van Polanen should be so friendly as to remove all doubt from the Batavian government that our suppression of that mission proceeds from any other motive than of domestic arrangement & e[c]onomy. I inclose you a draught of a letter to the emperor of Morocco, which...
I now return you the letters of mr Pichon, and of Jones; also those of Van Polanen & Thos. Sumter . the letter to be written to Van Polanen should be so friendly as to remove all doubt from the Batavian government that our suppression of that mission proceeds from any other motive than of domestic arrangement & economy. —I inclose you a draught of a letter to the emperor of Marocco, which make...