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Observations on mr Hawkins’s letter of Dec. 22. 1802. Our proceedings on the subject of the deed...
§ To Henry Dearborn. 9 May 1806, Department of State. “It being determined to forward to Tunis...
I send you a recommendation from the Senate of Georgia in favor of a David Alexander to be a...
Congress have just passed the act adding twenty odd thousand troops to the Military...
The negociation with mr Stuart has given you much more trouble than I had expected, and more than...
Your two favors of Decr have lain long without acknowledgment. For some after they came to hand I...
I thank the Lord for a clear sky and bright day to hear the answer of our good Father, The...
I think the cases both of Caston and Hibbs are within the spirit of our promise, altho’ they both...
Your favor of the 15th. is recieved, and I am thankful to you for your attention to the articles...
Your favor of the 8th. was recieved yesterday. I cannot [but consider?] the case of the French...
As the inclosed resolution might be so construed as to lead into endless details, I entered into...
Th: Jefferson incloses to Genl. Dearborne more candidates for the succession to Genl. Irvine. he...
Mr. Madison will have written to you on the subject of a demand of 1000. D. furnished to Lieutt....
Th: Jefferson asks a consultation with the heads of Departments tomorrow at one Oclock & that...
I have been looking into the case which is the subject of Majr. Foreman’s letter from St. Mary’s...
Th: Jefferson salutes Genl. Dearborne with friendship and communicates the following information...
Yours of the 6th. came duly to hand. A letter about the same time was recd. by the Dept. of War,...
Yours of Aug. 15. was recieved yesterday. I regret extremely that the estimate of the blocks at...
The Great Spirit looks down on me this day, and expects that I shall take measures to secure all...
Many officers of the army being involved in the offence of intending a military enterprize...
I received, but yesterday your Letter of the 30th of August. Convinced of the Wisdom and Sound...
Yours of July 27. is recieved. It confirms the accounts we recieve from others that the...
The inclosed is the first intimation I have recieved of the intention of the paymaster to resign....
On my return from a day from a journey to New London I found here the inclosed from the Governor...
Has Genl. Dearborne recieved any information from Genl. Clinton which will enable Th:J. to answer...
Mr. Stoddart, Secretary of the Navy having early in this month informed me by letter of his...
I duly re cieved, on my late return to this place your acceptable favor of Apr. 22.    in looking...
I wrote you on the 7th. since that we learn that the Bellona & Leopard remaining in Hampton Road,...
It is represented to me on the part of a person of the name of Solomon Sessum living at Tarburgh...
I have read with pleasure the letter of Capt Davidson by which, according to unanimous resolves...
I inclose you a letter from mr Jackson of Tennissee, formerly a Senator from that state on the...
Considering that the important thing is to get the militia classed so that we may get at the...
I forwarded to mr Smith, Secretary of the Navy, an extract of so much of my letter to you of Aug....
I recieved yesterday your favor of the day before. with respect to the slanders in which the two...
My journey & two days detention on the road by high waters gave me time to reflect on our Canal...
I present to you mr Rives , the bearer of this, an eleve of mine in law and politics. he is able,...
About a twelvemonth after we came into the administration we learnt by a letter from mr Simpson...
The enclosed papers will explain to you the motives of this address—I deemed it improper to say...
Th: Jefferson incloses to Genl. Dearborne some papers from Lt. Osborne, a part of which he...
I dare say that Purcell’s map must be of value, and it would be well if his representatives would...
A candidate for the office of Genl. Irvine is now presented of a higher order than we have before...
As soon as I possibly could after my arrival here, I prepared the general instructions for our...
I am very much pleased to find that the Choctaws agree to sell us their country on the Missisipi,...
I inclose you letters from P. Choteau & a mr Hay giving information of Capt Lewis. the...
The inclosed letter from Govr. Tatnall and petition from the inhabitants over the Cherokee...
Th: Jefferson with his friendly salutations to Genl. Dearborne incloses him a letter from an...
In mine of the day before yesterday I informed you that to comply with a request of Govr. Cabell...
Not discouraged, that I did not, recieve an answer to the letter I presumed to write to you,...
In undertaking to give you an account of the Manafactories in this neighbourhood I am...
Will you be so good as to consider & direct how the 3000. D. may be apportioned in the details of...