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Jefferson uncharacteristically failed to retain a press copy of this letter, making instead, as...
In the Court of Chancery Virginia: Between Thomas Jefferson plt and William Bentley administrator...
It is not clear when Jefferson decided to take it upon himself to respond to the grand jury...
When the Philadelphia Aurora of 3 Apr. 1798 printed a translation of “a letter from a well...
For all the significance of the Kentucky Resolutions, Jefferson’s papers reveal little about...
On 26 Mch. 1800 Jefferson promised William Short “a long letter containing a comprehensive view”...
On 12 Feb. Jefferson sent copies of Thomas Paine’s Compact Maritime , newly printed from...
At noon on 4 Mch. 1801 in the Senate chamber of the Capitol, fifty-seven-year-old Thomas...
Article 6 of the Jay Treaty provided for a bilateral commission to settle Americans’...
Article 2, Section 3, of the Constitution specifies that the president “shall from time to time...
In 1797, the Seneca Indians sold the last substantial tract of land held in the United States by...
The Residence Act of 1790 gave Congress until 1800, when the government moved to the Federal...
On Monday, 7 Dec. 1801, the opening day of the first regular session of the Seventh Congress, a...
On New Year’s Day, 1802, Jefferson stood in the doorway of the President’s House to receive a...
On the first day of the new year, Jefferson prepared the final version of his response to an...
In the spring of 1801, the Miami Indian leader Little Turtle expressed an intention to travel...
Jefferson wrote his son-in-law, John Wayles Eppes, on 1 Jan. 1802 that although Republicans held...
A former general in the Continental army and president of the Confederation Congress, Arthur St....
Early in January, during the visit to Washington by the delegation of Miami, Potawatomi, and Wea...
183200Editorial Note (Jefferson Papers)
I. ADDRESS OF HANDSOME LAKE, [10 MCH. 1802] II. HENRY DEARBORN’S REPLY, 13 MCH. 1802 III. ADDRESS...
183201Editorial Note (Jefferson Papers)
I. HENRY DEARBORN’S PRELIMINARY DRAFT [10 MCH. 1802] II. HENRY DEARBORN’S SECOND DRAFT, WITH...
183202Editorial Note (Jefferson Papers)
I. DESCRIPTION OF METHOD , [18 APR. 1802] II. SAMPLE ENCIPHERMENT : THE LORD’S PRAYER, [18 APR....
183203Editorial Note (Jefferson Papers)
I. OBSERVATIONS ON THE COMMON LAW AND HARDIN’S CASE, 11 NOV. 1802 II. ALBERT GALLATIN’S OPINION...
183204Editorial Note (Jefferson Papers)
At the close of the first session of the Seventh Congress in May 1802, the House of...
August 2 Commissions 25— George Wentworth Surveyor for the District of Portsmouth and Inspector...
The enclosed list contains all the alterations which seem necessary in the President’s list , so...
183207Editorial Note (Jefferson Papers)
Among the papers that Jefferson sent to the House of Representatives on 22 Dec. was a copy of...
for the enlargement, encouragement and continuation of the Winchester Triumph of Liberty and more...
183209Plan of a Dry Dock (Jefferson Papers)
Discription of the Drawing A The wet Dock, B twelve dry Docks, each to contain one Ship, C the...
183210Description of the Physiognotrace (Jefferson Papers)
Explanation of Mr. Jno. I. Hawkins Physiognotrace A is a board that mooves up and down in the...