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I have recd your favour of March 8 with the Letter inclosed, for which I thank you. Inclosed is a...
Had you been no other than the private inhabitant of Monticelo, I should e’er this time, have...
your Letter of June 13th came duly to hand; if it had contained no other Sentiments and opinions...
Your Letter of July 22d. was by some mistake in the post office at Boston sent back as far as...
your Letter of July 22d was by some mistake in the post office at Boston sent back as far as...
Sickness for three weeks past, has prevented my acknowledging the receipt of your Letter of...
Since my last which went by the mail in course, the papers of my deceased father have been...
Your favor of the 17th. came to hand by the last mail. You will find us at home on saturday. It...
I suggested some time ago to Col. Habersham the objections to a Contract for 4 years for carrying...
9 July 1801, Baltimore. Warns that Habersham’s changes in the mail route from Philadelphia to...
The following memoranda, & the inclosed letter from Mr. Dallas will present to the President the...
It is objected that the act of Congress Mar. 3. 1800. c. 14. sect. 1. 2. entitles a citizen owner...
Docr. Rose being about to call at Monticello I prefer a conveyance by him to the mail, for the...
Mrs. Tudor (the lady of Judge Tudor of Boston) with her son, intending to be at Monticello this...
Inclosed herewith are several letters & papers for perusal. Among the former you are troubled...
I have duly recd. yours of Aug. 22. with the papers sent with it. I have heard nothing from...
I sent you yesterday by Docr. Bache a packet recd. by the mail of last week, that it might the...
The mail of wednesday brought the despatches from France which ought to have come in the...
The Messenger delivered me about 9 OC. on saturday evening the packet with your letters of Sepr....
I make use of the oppy. by Mr. Davis to forward you the contents of the weekly packet recd...
Having sent you by Mr. Davis the communications recd. by the mail of last week, I have none to...
Mr. Kemble followed you on tuesday afternoon, with the despatches for Mr. Livingston & Mr....
J. Madison presents his respects to the President with a letter from Col. Burr & another from...
I have the honor to transmit herewith two copies of the second census (except for the State of...
J. M. havg received notice this afternoon of the oppy. by a packet, has hastily written to Mr....
J. Madison’s respectful compliments to the President It appears that the Secy. of State, the...
11 January 1802, Department of State. Encloses an estimate of the cost of carrying into effect...
I have the honor to enclose a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury to me, together with the...
The Secretary of State has the honor to lay before the President of the United States, copies of...
The Secretary of State, to whom has been referred by the President of the United States a...
The Secretary of State, to whom has been referred by the President of the United States a...
The Secretary of State respectfully reports to the President the information requested by the...
We have the Honor to enclose a copy of an Agreement enter’d into between the Commissioners of the...
Mr. Lear arrived here the day before yesterday a few minutes after your departure. He confirms...
I have nothing new since my last either from Europe or the W. Indies. The elections in N. York...
The President having called on the heads of Departments for their opinion in writing whether...
On consultation with the Secretary of the Navy, it has been concluded that the public service...
I inclose several letters for you put into my hands by Mr. Pichon, with some communications of...
I reached home just before dark this evening, after the most fatiguing journey I ever...
I red. last evening your two favors of the 9 & 13th. Before I left Washington I wrote to Simpson...
Your favor of the 16th. came duly to hand with the papers to which it referred. I now forward...
The inclosed letters will shew the object of the Bearer Mr. Baker. From his conversation, I find...
Yours of the 23d. has been duly recd. Mr. Brent had informed me that copies of the letters from...
Yours of the 27. came duly to hand. I had recd. the letter from W. Hampton & F. Maury. I had...
The mail not having returned from Milton when my messenger left the Court House on monday...
I have duly recd. yours of the 30th. Ulto. with the several papers to which it refers. I have...
Yours of the 6th. instant was duly brought by the last mail. I inclose under cover to Mr. Brent,...
Yours of the 10th. is duly recd. I answered by duplicates Mr. Sumter’s resignation as soon as it...
I have duly recd. yours of the 13th. I had been apprised of the application by the Mayor of N Y....
The Secretary of State, to whom the Resolution of the House of Representatives of the United...