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Not untill two late on friday last to answer by that days mail, did I receive your much esteemed...
I arrived at this place on the 1st. inst., a few hours only after your departure, Mr. Rapin...
Enclosed is a letter which was this morning handed me by the Secretary at War. Genl. Smith...
The prize Ship Betsy Cathcart, in June 1796, with a British cargo on board, in her passage from...
Explanation of the notes set opposite (in the column of remarks ) to the names of the several...
I was a few minutes since with Mr. Glendy : on saturday last he was attacked with a violent...
Dr.  Thos. Jefferson in Act. with M. Lewis 6th. 1802. £ s d 1802 £. s d. Nov. 17th.  To ferriage...
Recapitulation of an estimate of the sum necessary to carry into effect the Missie. expedicion.—...
With a view to forward as much as possible the preparations which must necessarily be made in the...
Mr. Joseph Ellicott, being about to visit the City of Washington I have taken the liberty of...
In your instructions to me you mention that the instruments for ascertaining by celestial...
I have at length so far succeeded in making the necessary preparations for my intended journey as...
I promise to pay Thomas Jefferson his Heirs or Assigns, on demand, the sum of one hundred and...
The waggon which was employed by Mr. Linnard the Military Agent at Philadelphia, to transport the...
I arrived here at 2 O’Clock, and learning that the mail closed at 5 this evening hasten to make...
Yours of the 11th. & 15th. Inst. were duly recieved, the former on the 18th. inst., the latter on...
I have recieved as yet no answer from Mr. Clark; in the event of Mr. Clark’s declining to...
It was not untill 7 O’Clock on the morning of the 31st. Utmo. that my boat was completed, she was...
I arrived here at 7. P.M. and shall pursue my journey early tomorrow. This place is one hundred...
I reached this place on the 28th. Ult.; it being necessary to take in a further supply of...
On my arrival at Kaskaskias, I made a selection of a sufficient number of men from the troops of...
On my arrival at St. Louis, the first object to which, I called my attention, was that of...
I send you herewith inclosed, some slips of the Osages Plums , and Apples . I fear the season is...
The following is a list of Articles forwarded you by Mr. Peter Chouteau . Minerals . No. 1. A...
The Corolla of the Indian Tobacco as prepared for the purpose of smoking by the Mandans, Ricaras,...
Herewith inclosed you will receive an invoice of certain articles, which I have forwarded to you...
Having acquired information & provisions of the Mandans On the evening of the 7th of Apl. 1805 we...
It is with pleasure that I anounce to you the safe arrival of myself and party at 12 Obtr. today...
This will be handed you by Mr. McKennan, the Prothonotory of Washington county Pensylvania, whom...
I transmit you by Genl. Dearborn your ring and Majr. Randolph’s watch. the ring has been reset...