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The Secretary of state, in a letter of the 22d. instant proposes to me, that as the General...
Your’s of July 24. from New York was recieved on the 31st. this will probably find you at...
We have recieved information that the emperor of Marocco having asked, & been refused, passports...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to mr Gallatin and returns him the papers...
I have duly considered the regulations concerning the Missisipi trade inclosed in your letter of...
In your letter of the 9th. inst. you propose the following arrangement, Wilson vice Tyng Newbury...
Your favors of the 16th. & 17th. were recieved the last night. the contents of the latter shall...
Your three letters of Aug. 19. 19. & 20. are recieved. I now return you the Missisipi regulations...
Your’s of the 24th. came to hand last night. the rapidity with which the post moves between...
Your’s of the 27th. was recieved yesterday. mine of the 20th. had informed you that I approved of...
I have recieved from Delaware another application on the subject of the piers &c to be erected in...
On learning the death of Wm. Reynolds Collector of York, and that mr Griffin his deputy would not...
Your’s of the 9th. came to hand yesterday only so that it has missed a post somewhere. I thought...
In my last I informed you I should have an opportunity of getting mr Madison’s opinion on the...
Your’s of the 21st. came to hand yesterday. the matter of it shall be the subject of conversation...
The inclosed is entirely approved . I recollect one other pardon ; to Brown, who was in jail in...
Altho’ the plan of the hospital has but moderate merit, yet having no other I suppose we must use...
The application of the bank of Baltimore is of great importance. the consideration is very...
E. Randolph has offered to mr Short to give him personal security, such as he will be satisfied...
You know my doubts or rather convictions about the unconstitutionality of the act for building...
Will you be so good as to peruse & return the inclosed? what Dupont says of N. Orleans will...
Candidates for the office of Surveyor of Smithfield Doctr. Purdie. his father I know. he is a...
Th:J. sends to mr Gallatin the draught of his message to Congress which he prays him to revise...
The short answer to the Collectors is that Sea letters are never given out but in time of war....
Benjamin Cheney was approved by the Senate both as Surveyor & Inspector James L. Shannonhouse was...
Mr. Duval’s nomination waits only for a Senate. it may be sent in tomorrow & confirmed the next...
If there be any doubt about the position of the Marine hospital at Boston, we are hardly...
I recollect but slightly the within case: in general that the party appeared guilty: but I...
The giving Sea letters to vessels is very troublesome, and extremely burthensome to the Post...
Th: Jefferson asks a consultation with the heads of departments tomorrow at 11. aclock, on the...
I happened to be extraordinarily pressed by business which prevented my answering on the subject...
If we can do any thing ourselves in the case of the from the Missisipi, let us do it. but if any...
I inclose you Crowninshield’s and Gibaut’s letters recommending Stevens & Storer . Storer was...
Your’s of the 14th. is recieved and I have written to mr Madison to issue a commission to Edward...
Yours of the 21st. came to hand on the 25th. I now return the letters of Thornton & Muhlenberg...
It appears that on the 31st. Mar. 1800. a paiment of cents & half cents was made into the...
The act of Congress 1789. c. 9. assumes on the General government the maintenance & repair of all...
Th Jefferson asks the favor of a consultation with the heads of Departments on Saturday at 11...
The bearer hereof is mr Mansfield , to be appointed Surveyor vice Putnam. he is come to get...
Those who are compelled by law to come to a public office have a right to be treated there with...
The letter to Thornton is civil both in matter & manner, and entirely proper. I dare say Irvine...
Mr. Coxe may be informed with truth that the information he says he has recieved is entirely...
The arrangement you propose as to supervisors is approved. to wit Vermont. the marshal to do the...
It is but a fortnight before we shall separate, and there will be but a month between our return...
It is proposed to appoint Rodney & Williams Commrs. for the Natchez district, & Kirby for that of...
The strengthening the revenue cutters by the addition of another mate & 2. hands is approved....
We agreed that the address of the Ward committees ought not to be formally answered. but on...
It is suggested to me (indirectly from the person himself) that Jerome Bonaparte is at Baltimore...
My last to you was of the 8th. inst. yesterday I recieved your two favors of the 11th. there...
Your favors of Aug. 13. and 15. were recieved yesterday. the appointment of a successor to Samuel...