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1 Meigs, Josiah Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Josiah Meigs, 3 May 1821 1821-05-03 You will receive, with this, a tin case inclosing a Geometric Exemplification of Temperature ,...
2 Meigs, Josiah Jefferson, Thomas Josiah Meigs to Thomas Jefferson, 5 August 1812 1812-08-05 I take the liberty to address you on a subject, which to me is of a very interesting nature— It...
3 Meigs, Josiah Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Josiah Meigs, 24 January 1807 1807-01-24 I have no right to occupy a moment of your time, but I cannot resist the desire which I feel to...
4 Meigs, Josiah Jefferson, Thomas Josiah Meigs to Thomas Jefferson, 1 March 1816 1816-03-01 My friend, Doctor Daniel Drake of Cincinnati, Ohio , has requested me to transmit to you a Copy...
5 Meigs, Josiah Jefferson, Thomas Josiah Meigs to Thomas Jefferson, 5 November 1813 1813-11-05 I had the honour to receive your letter of Sept. 18 at the usual interval— If this people could...
6 Meigs, Josiah Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Josiah Meigs, 26 July 1820 1820-07-26 I hope you will excuse the trouble I may perhaps occasion by this Letter. A worthy friend of mine...
7 Meigs, Josiah Jefferson, Thomas Josiah Meigs to Thomas Jefferson, 12 October 1818 1818-10-12 I have the honour to present, with this, two Copies of Abstracts of Calculations to ascertain the...
8 Meigs, Josiah Jefferson, Thomas Josiah Meigs to Thomas Jefferson, 25 August 1813 1813-08-25 Mr. Meigs having noticed an attempt of the Enemy to throw the blame of his late atrocities at...
9 Meigs, Josiah Jefferson, Thomas Josiah Meigs to Thomas Jefferson, 16 February 1815 1815-02-16 I cannot resist an impulse which all good men must feel. With the multitude of my Brethren of the...
10 Meigs, Josiah Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Josiah Meigs, 11 April 1803 1803-04-11 I know not whether this address may not be judged impertinent; but I cannot refrain from...