• Recipient

    • Gallatin, Albert
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    • post-Madison Presidency
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    • Jefferson, Thomas


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This will be handed to you by mr William C. Preston a young gentleman of this state, either son,...
The importance that the inclosed letters should safely reach their destination impels me to avail...
In a letter of the 6 th inst. I took the liberty of troubling you with a part of my annual...
I take the liberty of putting under the protection of your cover a letter to Cardinal Dugnani at...
I avail myself as usual of the protection of your cover for my letters. that to Cathalan need...
Your letter of July 22 . was most acceptable to me, by the distinctness of the view it presented...
‘It is said to be an ill wind which blows favorably to no one.’ my ill health has long suspended...
Th: Jefferson requests mr Gallatin to give a safe passage to the inclosed letters, and salutes...
After a long silence I salute you with affection. the weight of 80. years pressing heavily on me,...
A recent illness from which I am just recovering obliges me to borrow the pen of a grandaughter...