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49001 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Short, 17 January 1804 1804-01-17 Jefferson.—Ansr. his of 12—change of time &c—has not changed my determination that this shd be no...
49002 Wistar, Caspar Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Caspar Wistar, 17 January 1804 1804-01-17 I beg leave to present to you Mr Thos. Benger a native of Newfoundland who has resided many years...
49003 Worthington, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Thomas Worthington, 17 January … 1804-01-17 I am requested by the Governor of Ohio to enclose to you a resolution passed by the Legislature...
49004 Adams, John Cunningham, William From John Adams to William Cunningham, 16 January 1804 1804-01-16 I ought to acknowledge my fault in having two of your kind letters to answer at once. I return...
49005 Madison, James American Ministers Circular Letter to American Ministers, 16 January 1804 1804-01-16 By the mail of last Evening, dispatches were received from New Orleans, announcing the formal...
49006 Madison, James Monroe, James From James Madison to James Monroe, 16 January 1804 1804-01-16 You will herewith receive the instructions in pursuance of which you are to propose and negotiate...
49007 Monroe, James Madison, James To James Madison from James Monroe, 16 January 1804 1804-01-16 I sent you by Liverpool lately a copy of Mr. Livingstons last letter to me relative to the...
49008 Claiborne, William C. C. Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William C. C. Claiborne, 16 … 1804-01-16 A few days previous to my departure from Fort Adams, I had the honor to address to you a private...
49009 Gallatin, Albert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Albert Gallatin, with … 1804-01-16 Mr Nourse waits for official information of the day on which possession of New Orleans was...
49010 Lord, Joseph Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Joseph Lord, 16 January 1804 1804-01-16 Considering the Importence of the Militia & the Confidence your Excelency reposes in them—I think...