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Will mr Rodney be so good as to meet the heads of departments here this morning at 11. aclock?...
Th: Jefferson returns to mr Rodney judge Rodney’s letters with thanks for the communication. he...
I inclose you the message, and pray you to suggest, on a separate paper, such alterations as you...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to mr Rodney. he found on his arrival here...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of a consultation with the heads of departments at mr Madison’s...
Burr, Blannerhasset, S. Swartwout & Martin are here. can & should the two first be arrested &...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of a consultation with the heads of Depts. tomorrow at 12. Oclock....
It is with great reluctance I break in on the tranquility & happiness you are enjoying in the...
Can mr Rodney inform Th:J. whether Genl. Bowie and mr Wilkinson (are these their titles?) are...
A consultation is necessary to-day, and as notice could not be given last night, the hour must...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of the heads of departments and Atty Genl to meet to-day at 12....
I received your favor of the 21st. inst: by the mail of this morning & shall obey your friendly...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of a consultation with the heads of departments at 10. aclock...
I very much suspect that the date of the letter quoted in the message is quoted wrong. the...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of the heads of departments and Atty. Genl. to meet to-day at 12....
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of the Attorney Genl. to attend him tomorrow (Monday) at 11. oclock...
The constitution giving to the Supreme court exclusive jurisdn in all cases affecting Ambassadors...
Th: Jefferson returns to mr Rodney his thanks for the drawings of Madison’s & Amen’s caves, which...
Th:J. incloses a paper to mr Rodney to do in it what may be necessary, which he presumes will be,...
The bill referred to in the enclosed is not recieved, but I suppose may be expected hourly. how...
I think I remember that on the question whether the court of one district could have an...
I take the liberty of introducing to your acquaintance William Cooch Esq. a very reputable &...
I this moment received the enclosed which I hasten to transmit by the return of the mail Yours...
I have not sooner been able to acknolege the reciept of your favors of the 21st. & 29th. ult. and...
I received your note enclosing one of Capt. Truxtun’s. We this day argued the case of Burr before...
Burr, as a prisoner under a guard of 10. men, passed Coweta 800. miles from here, on the 3d....
Th: Jefferson returns the inclosed to mr Rodney with thanks for the communication. it is very...
I must beg you to accept the copy of my friend Brackenridge’s “ Voyage to S. America ,” herewith...
The intelligence contained in the enclosed, is at this crisis, so interesting & important, that I...
Previous to my receiving your note of the 22d. inst: Mr. Madison had sent me a lenthy statement...
The Circuit Court of the United States for this District sat yesterday at New Castle, or rather...
I have lately recovered from a severe attack of fever, which confined me to my bed for ten days;...
Burr is actually in Philada. I have just received a letter from Mr. Dallas of which the following...
Th: Jefferson presents his salutations to his friend mr Rodney and not knowing by what post...
I recd. your favor enclosing Mr. Pleasonton’s note. Mr. Read informed me, when at New Castle,...
The enclosed were forwarded to me by Dr. Tucker from Washington, & found me at this place, which...
I beg leave to introduce to you W . A. Macaulay a physician in the army of the United States. He...
I cannot but express the sincere satisfaction, I feel on the appointment of an old Revolutionary...
When I had the pleasure of visiting you at Monticello, I mentioned a letter from the late...
I cannot avoid transmitting you the enclosed letter from my father, which was forwarded to me...
The infirm state of my health, since the two severe attacks of fevers at Washington, last winter,...
Mr. Hay desires the letter of Genl. Wilkinson specified in the inclosed paper from Burr’s...
I received by the last mail your favor of the 1st inst. returning to me the letters from my...
Your favor of the 3d. is recieved on the subject of a pardon to the Poulsons & Shad. it has been...
Your obliging favor of the 12 uto. I duly received, covering the Petition I had enclosed to you....
I return you the papers relative to Philip M. Topham. I am decidedly of opinion that the...
Agreeably to the direction contained in your last favor I wrote to the district attorney of...
I return you the letter you were so good as to inclose me with thanks for the communication. the...
I returned you some time since the papers you sent to me in order to get the recommendation of...
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