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Will mr Rodney be so good as to meet the heads of departments here this morning at 11. aclock? Privately owned.
Th: Jefferson returns to mr Rodney judge Rodney’s letters with thanks for the communication. he has entire confidence that the Atty General will spare no attention or effort to have all the evidence which exists produced in the developement of the late conspiracy. should not Ashley, when at Richmond, have been subpoenaed as a Witness?   the case of the Attorney and Marshal of the territories...
I inclose you the message, and pray you to suggest, on a separate paper, such alterations as you shall think for the better either in the matter or style. I must ask the return of it this evening because mr Coles has to make 4. copies, & will have only two days to do it in. it comes to you thus late, as time was necessary for it to go through the hands of the other gentlemen. Affectte....
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to mr Rodney. he found on his arrival here yesterday his two letters of Sep. 21. & 24. and doubts not mr Rodney has recieved the pardon from the office of State. he returns him the 2. letters of judge Rodney as requested & thanks him for the communication of them. DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of a consultation with the heads of departments at mr Madison’s house at 11. aclock this forenoon. Privately owned.
Burr, Blannerhasset, S. Swartwout & Martin are here. can & should the two first be arrested & sent to Kentucky for treason, & the two last for Misdemeanors, committed by the one in Orleans, the other in Maryland? be so good as to satisfy yourself on these points, & if affirmatively, on your informing me so, I will call a consultation. affte. salutations. CSmH : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of a consultation with the heads of Depts. tomorrow at 12. Oclock. CtY .
It is with great reluctance I break in on the tranquility & happiness you are enjoying in the bosom of your family, by suggesting the necessity of your presence here. immediately on the arrival of mr Gallatin, whom we expect every hour, consultations will be to be held on several matters of great importance, in which we shall be happy to have your aid. add to this that some matters of...
Can mr Rodney inform Th:J. whether Genl. Bowie and mr Wilkinson (are these their titles?) are still in town & where? he wishes to invite them to dine to-day. PHi .
A consultation is necessary to-day, and as notice could not be given last night, the hour must depend on mr Gallatin’s arrival at his office, he being generally the latest & most uncertain as to his hour. will you be so good as to be within reach at that time? Catalog--Gallery of History.