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Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Gallatin. This letter comes to him, as others have...
Mr. Legaux called on me this morning to ask a statement of the experiment which was made in...
By an act intituled “An Act to amend the act intituled “An act providing for the sale of the...
The weather having detained me here to day, I have employed it in making some rough sketches...
Sketch &c. Expenses & Receipts of 1801 1. Interest & charges on public debt including repayt. on...
Revenues exclusively of internal duties after 1801 Impost permanent may be estimated at 8,000,000...
Army amounts now (exclusively of marines who are 1,100) to about 5400 men The present expence is...
The inclosed, tho’ false and frivolous, yet requires to be answered with care. the other side of...
I have not lost any time since my return here, & have succeeded, in arranging my business,...
The valuations & enumerations for the State of South Carolina , directed to be made under the Act...
I enclose the two letters I mentioned this morning , and two more recd. from my personal friends...
I have the honor to transmit for the information of the President, a letter dated the 16th...
In Callender’s case a copy of the pardon is necessary, and if it is in general terms, a letter...
The Secretary of the Treasury within three days after his arrival here made the enquiry on the...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr & mrs Gallatin to dine with him today; and requests that while...
The enclosed were yesterday given to me by Mr Marsh a member of the Executive Council of New...
It seems to have been supposed by the late District Attorney of Pennsylvania that the case of W....
The Secretary of the Treasury respectfully reports to the President of the United States;— That...
Colo. Few saw Mr Habersham this morning. He is unwilling to accept of the Collectorship in...
The complaints for want of Stamps are certainly well grounded, yet difficult to remedy, at least...
In the case of W. Priestmann, the Secretary of the Treasury conceives that by the manner in which...
Enclosed I have the honour of transmitting for your consideration, the Copy of a Letter from the...
Of the seven Offices applied for by T. Coxe, that of Secy. of the navy was designed for another...
The Secretary of the Treasury has the honor to enclose copies of two Letters from the Collector...
Its with the greatest reluctance that I am about to trouble you again on my business at the...
I have the honor to enclose copy of the application of William Greetham, requesting that a...
Doctr. Vaughan of Wilmington (Delaware) is now in my office and has, in conversation, made some...
The application of William Greetham for a Mediterranean pass for a vessel owned here, tho built...
When the war broke out which is now raging in Europe, our treaties with France, and Holland...
I have the honor to enclose the opinion of the District Attorney of Pennsylvania , to whom in the...