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Mr. Jay having been, and still continuing too much indisposed to attend to Business, has directed...
The Secretarye for Foreign Affairs previous to his leaving Town, directed me in Case he should...
I am directed by the Secretary of State to request that you will furnish him with an estimate of...
The intelligence which I had the honor to communicate to you in my last Letter respecting a naval...
Philadelphia, 16 June 1791. He did not receive TJ’s of 28th until 7th, hence did not send letters...
Office for foreign affairs [ New York ], 20 Feb. 1788. Acknowledges, in Jay’s absence, TJ’s...
The letters [an]d gazettes have been regularly forwarded agreeably to your directions. Among...
The enclosed Letter was this day handed to me by Mr. Jay, and is in answer to one he wrote to Mr....
I had the honor of receiving your letter of the 1st. Inst. yesterday. The one enclosed for Mr....
[ 12 Dec. 1787 . Recorded in SJL Index. Not found.]
I had the honor of receiving your Letter of the 7th. instant this day, and shall immediately...
Philadelphia, 24 Dec. 1790 .Enclosing a duplicate commission for Edward Church, made out by order...
The power or commission from the President of the United States to the Secretary of the Treasury...
I have the pleasure to send you herewith enclosed, a bank post note for 88 dollars and 50 cents,...
1790 The Honorable Mr. Jefferson Dr. Augt. 9th. New York curry. To cash paid for a silver Inkpot...
If the Secretary of State should think it necessary, when the recording of his Letters while...
1790 New York Currency Jany. 14. By cash paid Archibald McLean for two sets of the daily Gazette...
Account of Salary due to the Secretary of State, his Chief and other Clerks, and the...
All the Letters received for Mr. Jefferson after his departure, and Fenno’s paper are to be...