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By virtue of the act, entitled, “an act making Provision for defraying any extraordinary expences...
Thomas Jefferson , President of the United States of America, To all who shall see these...
Is the fact certain that the amt. of the internal taxes not objectionable in their nature would...
The inclosed letters from Cathcart & Mellimelli explain the unexpected & perplexing determination...
(a) after ‘others’—the insertion of “with commissions”—seems necessary, as others refers to the...
I have duly recd. yours of the 18th. with the papers to which it refers. It was neither sealed,...
I have the satisfaction to inform you that the negociation on foot between the U. States & the...
The following memoranda, & the inclosed letter from Mr. Dallas will present to the President the...
The last mail brought me yours inclosing the letters to you from P. Edwards & Mr. Gallatin, which...
Doctor Park of this City is setting out with his daughter, on a trip Southwards and proposes to...
J. M. havg received notice this afternoon of the oppy. by a packet, has hastily written to Mr....
a free use of their harbors & waters, the means of refitting & refreshment, of succour to their...
The Bearer Mr. Dade has just handed me the inclosed which he wishes to support with your; the...
J M. is obliged to send back the papers wanted by the P. witht. having executed the task of...
I inclose herewith sundry communications which I recd. yesterday. One of them is from Monroe at...
✓ (0) for “before” is suggested “without” the former seeming to imply that after the suspension,...
I recd. this morning your favor of the 14th. and inclose the printed copies of the Acts of Congs....
Yours of yesterday was duly recd. by the rider. I return Shorts & A’s letter. Your observations...
(a) and which have been encreased by peculiar circumstances in the W. Indn Seas; yet in the more...
The mail not having returned from Milton when my messenger left the Court House on monday...
The Secretary of State, to whom the President has been pleased to refer the resolution of the...
Your favors of the 5th. & 6th. were duly recd. last evening. I return Mr. S.s letter, with the...
I recd. on monday evening your favor of Mar. 23. with the return of Armstrong’s & Monroe’s...
The Mail of last evening brought me your favor of the 15th. with the papers sent back with it. I...
Report to the President. The Secretary of State, in pursuance of the Resolution of the House of...
I inclose the letter alluded to in my last from Mr. Merry to Mr. Wagner; also a letter from...
I have recd. yours of the 16th. with the accompanying papers. The communications &c. recd. since...
The Secretary of State in compliance with the Note of the President, relating to the public...
I have just recd. yours of the 29. and enclose the papers noted "to be returned." I think the...
I inclose two letters from Monroe recd. since your departure. The intermediate ones referred to,...