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Th: Jefferson incloses to Genl. Dearborne the draught of his message to Congress, of which he...
Your’s of the 14th. came to hand yesterday. I do not see that we can avoid agreeing to estimates...
Having had time since writing to you this day, to write the letter to mr Nicholas, & to have it...
There seems to be a disposition to take up the classification bill. I have substituted a division...
Th: Jefferson incloses to Genl. Dearborne a letter to be noticed or not as he thinks proper, with...
Th: Jefferson requests the favor of Genl: & Mrs. Dearborn & Mr. Wingate to dine with him on...
I think the cases both of Caston and Hibbs are within the spirit of our promise, altho’ they both...
Th: Jefferson asks a consultation with the heads of Departments tomorrow at one Oclock & that...
The inclosed is the first intimation I have recieved of the intention of the paymaster to resign....
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...
Th: Jefferson incloses to Genl. Dearborne some papers from Lt. Osborne, a part of which he...
A candidate for the office of Genl. Irvine is now presented of a higher order than we have before...
Th: Jefferson with his friendly salutations to Genl. Dearborne incloses him a letter from an...
I propose tomorrow morning to send to both houses the act of S.C. with the inclosed message. is...
I inclose you the letters of mr Granger & mr J. Nicholas, by the latter of which you will see...
Will you be so good as to consider the inclosed answer to the Little Turtle, & suggest any...
The answer to M. de la Croix is obviously that it is premature to say any thing about...
The inclosed papers were recd. at Monticello, a little before I left it & were put by to be...
Should we take any notice of these declarations of the St. Regis Indians? St. Regis or the head...
Will you write to Govr. Cabell or the proper officer & give the orders for the discharge of the...
I forgot to mention at our last conversation that I think we should concur heartily in both of...
Could you, through any friend at Boston or elsewhere have a kental of good-dumbfish forwarded for...
Th: Jefferson, with his affectionate salutations to Genl. Dearborne, incloses him the application...
Yours of the 12th. was recieved last night. I presume we must employ Herbaugh at N. Orleans, on...
I am sincerely sorry that I am obliged to ask your attendance here without a moments avoidable...
Genl. Dearborne be so good as to read the inclosed and decide on what is best, returning the...
I shall be ready to recieve any of the Indians tomorrow. I send you a sketch of the answer I...
Th: Jefferson [presents] his friendly the Secretary at War and sends him the Governors Page in...
Will you be so good as to peruse the inclosed and have some conversation with me on it to-day?...