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What would you think of raising a force for the defence of New Orleans in this manner? give a...
Th: Jefferson asks a consultation with the heads of departments tomorrow at 11. aclock, on the...
The application of William Greetham for a Mediterranean pass for a vessel owned here, tho built...
When the war broke out which is now raging in Europe, our treaties with France, and Holland...
If you may please to look over these lines, thinking of their Merit. In the year 1766 or when I...
Governor Hull wishes to enquire of the Secretary of State, whether he received his Letter...
Th: Jefferson was much disappointed at breakfast this morning not having till then known of the...
I send you a letter of Short’s for perusal, & one of Edgar Patterson asking what is already I...
Th: Jefferson presents his affectionate salutations to mr Madison & sends him the inclosed which...
The road through Ravensworth is rendered absolutely impassable for a four wheeled carriage by a...
Yours by yesterday’s post has been recieved, & I now return you the letters of Yznardi,...
I inclose you Clarke’s memoranda. The following articles seem proper for Executive attention. An...
I left at Washington a great coat of which I shall have great need. should this reach you before...
I return you the papers which accompanied yours of yesterday. I think the case of Capt Hewes is...
It was agreed yesterday 1. that a copy of the proclamation should be inclosed to each member in a...
I now return you the papers reserved from the last post. our regular answer to mr Livingston may...
Notes on the British claims in the Missipi territory. 1803. Mar. 3. act of Congress gave to Mar....
Yours of the 20th. came to hand last night. I sincerely regret that mrs Madison is not likely to...
I now return you the papers forwarded by the merchants of Philadelphia and Boston on the subject...
I shall be with you on the 25th. unless health or weather prevent. But if you propose leaving...
The post having made it night before his arrival yesterday and my mail extraordinarily...
Will you consider whether a copy of the inclosed sent to each head of department would be best,...
Yours of the 20. & 21. were recieved yesterday. I have sent on the letter to Turreau without...
Your two favors of the 25th. & blank were recieved yesterday; and all the papers forwarded me are...
By the last post I recieved & forwarded your letter to Duane, in which there was nothing but what...
Mr. Rodney not being at Washington I send you the inclosed because it requires to be acted on...
I think the District atty of N.Y. should be immediately instructed to investigate the expedition...
Yours of the 17th. came to hand yesterday. I wrote to Mr. Gallatin that the principle to govern...
Yours by yesterday’s post is recieved. the letter to Higginson & others is entirely approved, and...
To compleat the roll of governmental officers on the plan inclosed will give the departments some...
I pray you to peruse & consider the inclosed letter of Governor Cabell and my answer, and to...
I am still here. Three refusals of the Naval Secretaryship have been re[c]ieved, and I am afraid...
Our postrider having mistaken his day, brought us no mail on Thursday last. Yesterday I recieved...
In a conversation with mr. Granger not long before we left Washington he mentioned that he was...
The following Commissions to be made out. Lemuel Trescott of Massachusets Collector of the...
Will you be so good as once more to revise this? altho’ I have not entirely obliterated all the...
Your’s by the last post was recieved yesterday, and I now return Monroe’s letters. that Armstrong...
Yours of the 30th. I recieved yesterday, and now return the papers from Cathcart, Sullivan, De...
A person of the name of Thompson, of Amherst county in Virginia has asked my interference for the...
I return you the papers on Clarke’s claim, which indeed I have not considered with all the...
The extract of a letter to Bishop Carroll I have inclosed to Genl. Dearborne. I return you judge...
Mr. Smith’s letter of Aug. 29. & the papers it inclosed, and which are now reinclosed, will...
I now return you the letters of mr Pichon, and of Jones; also those of Van Polanen & Thos. Sumter...
The inclosed reclamations of Girod & Chote against the claims of Bapstropp to a monopoly of the...
I observe a great number of contracts for carrying the mails are advertised to be made within a...
Yours of the 7th. was recieved yesterday, but the post was so late, and arriving with his...
Your’s of the 10th. came to hand yesterday & I return you Foronda’s, Tufts, Soderstrom’s &...
Yours of the 30th. I recieved yesterday, and now return the papers from Cathcart, Sullivan, De...
I return you the petition of Samuel Miller with the pardon signed. mr Kelty had spoke to me on...
We did not collect the sense of our brethren the other day by regular questions, but as far as I...