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I believe the fact is that no measures have been taken by the states indebted to the US. to...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of a consultation with the Heads of Departments tomorrow at 11....
I inclose you a paper containing a Memorial of the legislature of Misipi. to Congress respecting...
The inclosed certainly cannot be wrong: can it be taken amiss by mr Nicholson himself? to what...
The inclosed bond is signed by mr Maury the father, who I have no doubt is worth the 10,000 D....
I am giving in my last nominations to the Senate. the place of Surveyor at Richmond having become...
These recommenders are such good men that I think it will be best to make the nomination at once...
will you be pleased to give the permission to Capt Brewster, & take any other measures you think...
Thomas Jefferson asks the favor of a Consultation with the heads of Departments tomorrow at one...
I inclose you a letter from Capt. Mc. Neill (formerly commander of one of our frigates) to Capt...
I think the keeper of lighthouses should be dismissed for small degrees of remisness, because of...
J. Randolph has just called to ask a conversation with me, for which purpose he will be with me...
As it will be necessary to decide how this question of the Batture is to be settled, we must of...
The appointment of mr Alger, recommended by mr Milledge, as Commr. of loans, in the room of the...
The inclosed may perhaps merit enquiry. persons to be consulted on the survey of the coast....
Will you be so good as to peruse & return the inclosed? what Dupont says of N. Orleans will...
Can mr Gallatin enable Th:J. yet to give to the Senate the information they asked respecting the...
I really think Cross ought to be immediately removed: the clearance in our possession is evidence...
I intended to have sent the former papers respecting Gibbs, Chingoteague & the Folly landing to...
I return you the report with great approbation. one or two verbal changes, and, in one place, the...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of a consultation with the heads of departments tomorrow at 12. a...
Will you be so good as to propose any corrections to the within which you may think it needs? I...
I am closely confined by the run of visits from the members. can you therefore do me the favor to...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Gallatin. This letter comes to him, as others have...
Th: Jefferson returns to mr Gallatin Gurley’s letter: no further intelligence being now expected...
I think the instructions are perfectly just which provide that if a purchase be made of the...
I see nothing to alter in the inclosed except two or three verbal changes of the indefinable...
I have recieved a complaint against McGillis, Collector of St. Mary’s, which comes from persons,...
The appointment of a woman to office is an innovation for which the public is not prepared, nor...
I have this moment recieved the embargo law, but I do not sign it till I have returned it to the...
Th: Jefferson has desired the Post Master General to forward no papers to him at Monticello,...
I inclose you a copy of my letter to Theus, which goes on by this day’s post. also a letter from...
In the case of the seamen left on Trinity isld. would it not be well to engage the identical...
I have written to mr Smith proposing to order a couple of gunboats from New York into the...
The defence of Orleans against a land army can never be provided for, according to the principles...
The appointment of Joseph Farrow as Keeper of the Lighthouse at Cape Hatteras is approved.  DNA :...
Some letters are recieved which require to be consulted & acted on to-day. if you will be so good...
I am sorry to be obliged to hasten your return to this place, & pray that it may be without a...
The Cutters being intended to fulfill a legal object, if that of Charleston is not competent, we...
The draught of the letter is approved, & I should be much disposed to remove Backus, on a more...
I inclose for your perusal my answer to mr Clarke. will you be so good as to give the...
Joseph Howland is approved as Keeper of the Light House at Clarke’s point near New Bedford Mas....
Mr. Elliot (whose speech I saw not till last night) has so pointedly denied our account of the...
Will you be so good as to read my letter to mr Smith, and then seal & send it with your own to...
I am afraid this matter of Beaumarchais, will become a serious one if not done with, which is...
Th:J. with his salutations to mr Gallatin informs him that the act for the Navy appropriation was...
Th: Jefferson incloses to mr Gallatin two letters for his perusal, and asks the favor of him to...
I am ready to appoint any persons whom mr Gallatin shall approve in place of the delinquent...
I have kept the papers on the subject of raising the salaries of certain light-house keepers...
I recieved last night your letter from Havre de Grace, in which you count on being here to-day by...