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I offer you my sincere condolances on the melancholy loss, which has detained you at home: and am...
I am still here. Three refusals of the Naval Secretaryship have been re[c]ieved, and I am afraid...
I shall be with you on the 25th. unless health or weather prevent. But if you propose leaving...
I received yesterday your’s of the 22d. & learn with regret that you have been so unwell. This &...
I hasten the return of the bearer that he may meet you at Brown’s and convey you information as...
A person of the name of Thompson, of Amherst county in Virginia has asked my interference for the...
I observe a great number of contracts for carrying the mails are advertised to be made within a...
The application of William Greetham for a Mediterranean pass for a vessel owned here, tho built...
Th: Jefferson returns to mr. Madison Erving’s letter to Genl. Dearborne, & approves of a...
Whether prizes & the proceeds of them taken after the date of the treaty with France can be...
With respect to the prosecutions against Thomas & others for a misdemeanor at Common law we ought...
Th: Jefferson presents his affectionate salutations to mr. Madison & sends him the inclosed which...
Doctr. Rose delivered me last night the letter with which you charged him, and I have thought it...
I wrote yesterday to you, before the arrival of the post. That brought some blank commissions...
Your’s of the 18th. is recieved, and I now return all the papers which accompanied it, (except...
Your’s of the 26th. by Doctr. Bache came duly to hand: and I now return you all the papers you...
I have no letter from you by the mail, whence I conclude I may possibly recieve something by...
Your’s of yesterday was delivered by your express about 5. aclock in the evening. My occupations...
Your favor of the 16th by post & 17th by mr. Davis have been duly rec⟨eived.⟩ He has not yet...
Will you consider whether a copy of the inclosed sent to each head of department would be best,...
Coming all of us into Executive office new, and unfamiliar with the course of business previously...
Will you give the inclosed a serious revisal, not only as to matter, but diction? Where...
The Virginia resolution inclosed was, I am sure, in full confidence that you would contribute...
Having no confidence that the office of the private secretary of the President of the US. will...
To compleat the roll of governmental officers on the plan inclosed will give the departments some...
Will you see if the inclosed is right, and make any alterations in it you think for the better?...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of the heads of the departments to examine and consider the charges...
I think it is dean Swift who says that a present should consist of something of little value, &...
The road through Ravensworth is renderd absolutely impassable for a four wheeled carriage by a...
I wrote you on the 9th. but whether the new post had got into motion at that time I know not. It...
Our postrider having mistaken his day, brought us no mail on Thursday last. Yesterday I recieved...
Henry Warren (of Mass) to be Collector of Marblehead v. Samuel R. Gerry. William Lyman of...
Your’s of July 22. came to hand on the 25th. the day of my arrival here. I think the proposition...
I now return you the letters of mr. Pichon, and of Jones; also those of Van Polanen & Thos....
The inclosed letter from mr. Simpson our Consul in Marocco was forwarded to me from your office...
The post having made it night before his arrival yesterday and my mail extraordinarily...
I now return all the papers recieved from you by this post, except those relative to our affairs...
I now return you the papers forwarded by the merchants of Philadelphia and Boston on the subject...
Yesterday’s post brought me, as I suppose it did you, information of the Emperor of Marocco’s...
I inclose you a letter from W. Hampton & Fontaine Maury on the subject of apprehensions that the...
Your two favors of the 25th. & blank were recieved yesterday; and all the papers forwarded me are...
Yours of the 1st. was received yesterday. I now return the letters of Higginson, Davis &c....
Your’s of the 3d. came to hand yesterday. I am content that the questions relative to...
Yours by yesterday’s post is recieved. The letter to Higginson & others is entirely approved, and...
I now return you the papers which came in your letter of the 11th. I am not satisfied that the...
I recieved yesterday your’s of the 15th. In the hope of seeing you here tomorrow I return no...
Unexpected delays in getting my carriage ready will render it impossible for me to leave this...
Ca. 18 October 1802. Lists commissioners of bankruptcy for Vermont for whom commissions are to be...
Will you give the inclosed a serious perusal, and make such corrections in matter & manner as it...
I had before heard this matter spoken of, but did not suppose it seriously intended. If there be...