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1 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 28 January 1809 1809-01-28 Your favor of the 18th. was recieved in due time, and the answer has been delayed as well by a...
2 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 13 October 1808 1808-10-13 Since writing my letter of yesterday it has occurred to me that the stile in which, in my letters...
3 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 12 October 1808 1808-10-12 Such was the accumulation of business awaiting me here, that it was not till this day that I...
4 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 28 September … 1808-09-28 I recieved your letter just as I was going to bed last night and being to set out early this...
5 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 13 April 1808 1808-04-13 I was mistaken in supposing Alexander Baring arrived. it is Charles Baring, not connected in...
6 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 11 April 1808 1808-04-11 An indisposition of periodical head-ach has for some time disabled me from business, and...
7 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 10 March 1808 1808-03-10 I some days ago made a remittance to mr Jefferson with a request that he would pay you the amount...
8 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 18 February 1808 1808-02-18 You informed me that the instruments you had been so kind as to bring for me from England would...
9 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 29 May 1807 1807-05-29 I have not written to you by mr Purviance because he can give you vivâ voce all the details of...
10 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 21 March 1807 1807-03-21 A copy of the treaty with Gr. Britain came to mr Erskine’s hands on the last day of the session...
11 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 26 October 1806 1806-10-26 I see with great concern that unavoidable delays are likely still to procrastinate your...
12 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 4 May 1806 1806-05-04 I wrote you on the 16th. of March by a common vessel, & then expected to have had, on the rising...
13 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 18 March 1806 1806-03-18 The 1st. of mr Nicholson’s resolutions was decided yesterday affirmatively by 87. republ. against...
14 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 16 March 1806 1806-03-16 I very much wish for an opportunity perfectly confidential, of writing to you, & I expect to have...
15 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 15 June 1805 1805-06-15 Colo. Gamble of Richmond has desired me to introduce to your notice his son Robert who is gone to...
16 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 22 November 1804 1804-11-22 Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States of America, to James Monroe,—Greeting: Reposing...
17 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 8 January 1804 1804-01-08 A confidential opportunity offering by mr Baring, I can venture to write to you with less reserve...
18 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 21 September … 1803-09-21 The bearer hereof is mr Robert Carter, one of the sons of Colo. Charles Carter of Shirley, whose...
19 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 5 June 1803 1803-06-05 1400. 621. 1410. 327. 251. 569. 1402. 640. 146. 1486. 1445. 956. 530. 43. 954. 1399. 1006. 1436....
20 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 25 February 1803 1803-02-25 I inclose you another letter for mr Cepede keeper of the National cabinet. I have not...
21 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 13 January 1803 1803-01-13 I dropped you a line on the 10th. informing you of a nomination I had made of you to the Senate,...
22 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James Commission for James Monroe and Robert R. Livingston … 1803-01-12 Know Ye, That reposing special Trust and confidence in the Integrity, Prudence and Abilities of...
23 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 12 January 1803 1803-01-12 The mail is closing just as the inclosed is put into my hands. tomorrow we shall write to you...
24 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 10 January 1803 1803-01-10 I have but a moment to inform you that the fever into which the Western mind is thrown by the...
25 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 11 December 1802 1802-12-11 S. T. Mason arrived here yesterday. I had immediately a conversation with him on the resignation...
26 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 24 November 1802 1802-11-24 On reciept of your letter of June 11. in answer to mine of June 3. I wrote to mr King our...
27 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 17 October 1802 1802-10-17 Commissioners of Bankruptcy. Richmond: George Hay. declined. George Tucker appointed in his place...
28 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 3 September 1802 1802-09-03 Reynolds , collector of York, is dead, and Wm. Carey of that place is recommended very strongly...
29 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 2 September 1802 1802-09-02 I should have rode to your house yesterday to speak with you on the subject of your note of the...
30 Jefferson, Thomas Monroe, James From Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 2 September 1802 1802-09-02 I now return mr Clarke’s & Shee’s letters inclosed in your’s of yesterday. mr Clarke’s object is...