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Your letters of Aug. 20. Sep 7. & 15. I received by the last packet. That by mr Short is not yet...
Yours of the 17th is recieved. I concur in your ideas that the request from the Bey of Tunis of a...
I send you the sequel of Gilmer’s letters rec d since my last to you. Torrey you will see does...
One of those cases now occurs which oblige me to relax from my general wish not to add to your...
Will you be so good as to consult with the other members of the administration on the allowance...
My last to you was of the 31st. of July: since which I have received yours of July 24. Aug. 10....
Your favor of the 6 th was duly recieved. the double treachery of Henry will do lasting good both...
Yours of the 10th. inst. is recieved. I expected mine of the 14th. would have been my last from...
No. 6. Since my last of June 29. I have received your Nos. 2. & 3. of June 24. & 25. The...
I had intended to have been with you before this, but my daughter , who wishes to pay her...
The President of the United States of America, To James Madison Esqr. of Orange County, in the...
I inclose you the S. Carolina ratification of the amendment to the constitution, & presume it...
The inclosed lre in Gr. Lat. Fr. and Eng. with it’s accompaniments being intended for your...
Your favor of Feb. 15. is duly recieved and I now inclose the letter for Mr. Christie, which you...
Commissions to be made out. Thomas Rodney of Delaware to be judge of Missipi. vice S. Lewis...
25 September 1804, Monticello. “I intended to have been with you tomorrow evening, but it is...
I wrote you last on the 21st. Your’s of the 12th. therein acknoleged is the last recd. The...
Doctr. Rose delivered me last night the letter with which you charged him, and I have thought it...
So much of the communications from our envoys has got abroad, & so partially that there can now...
I inclose you two letters from mr Burrall , postmaster of Baltimore . you will percieve by them...
I presume the correspondence between the Ambassador of Tunis & Secretary of State, must be...
I return you mr Coxe’s letter which has cost me much time at two or three different attempts to...
I inclose you a letter & sundry papers recieved from Mr. Gallatin of which I will ask the return....
Circular Notwithstanding the reduction which was made in the rents proposed, it appears that that...
My last to you was of the 16th. since which yours of the 12th. is recieved and it’s contents...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly respects to Mr. Madison and asks the favor of him to procure...
Unexpected delays in getting my carriage ready will render it impossible for me to leave this...
Yours of the 12th. inst. is received, and I will duly attend to your commission relative to the...
My last to you were of Aug. 2. and 15. Since that I have sent to Havre to be forwarded to you by...
I presume the two commissions of militia officers in the District of Columbia which you inclosed...
In the line I scribbled to you from Georgetown to-day I omitted to inform you that I had...
Considering Ch r Tucker’s acceptance as absolutely desperate, the reasons he assigned being of an...
Your’s of July 22. came to hand on the 25th. the day of my arrival here. I think the proposition...
Your’s of the 3d. came to hand yesterday. I am content that the questions relative to...
The idea seems to gain credit that the naval powers combining against France will prohibit...
I wrote you on the 23d. and yesterday I received yours of the 17th. which was the more welcome as...
Your letter of Feb. 15. having given me the hope you would attend the meeting of the Visitors of...
The person who hands you this letter is an interesting subject of curiosity. he was taken...
I return your letter to the President, and that of mr. Rush to you, with thanks for the...
The inclosed letter for Mr. Jay being of a private nature, I have thought it better to put it...
I return you all your papers except Irvine’s which I have not yet entirely read. As far as I have...
My Circular was answered by Genl. Breckenridge, approving, as we had done, of the immediate...
Your’s of the 4th. is recieved. I think the course which has been taken for sending MelliMeni...
Th: Jefferson presents his affectionate salutations to mr Madison and incloses him the extract of...
I wrote you last on the 22d. since which I have received yours without date, but probably of...
I hasten the return of the bearer that he may meet you at Brown’s and convey you information as...
I thank you for the communication of mr. Rush’s letter which I now return. Mr. Bentham’s...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). Docketed by JM, “Ths. Jefferson 17 June. 1783,” also “June 17. 1783....
My last to you was of the 16th. of March, as was the latest I have received from you. By the...
Yours of the 1st. was received yesterday. I now return the letters of Higginson, Davis &c....