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Colo. Bell of Charlottesville called on me yesterday and informed me that he had recieved your...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments & thanks to mr Pickering for the accomodation offered of...
Having from time to time through the winter and down to the present day received repeated...
On receipt of your favour by Colo. Mead we offered the office of Deputy quarter master General...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to the Secretary of state [&] sends him Champlain’s...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Pickering and sends him an office copy of Crozat’s...
Your Letter of August the second has come duly to hand. We agree with you that the post at fort...
By Desire of a Grand Committee of Congress I inclose You a Copy of a Letter from the Governor to...
I wrote you in a former letter that on the recommendation of Gen. Greene we had proposed to Maj....
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Pickering and will send him tomorrow Louis XIVth.’s...
The President of the United States to Timothy Pickering, Senator for the State of Massachusetts....
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Pickering, and has searched without success in...
At the request of General Hamilton I inclose you his state of the deficien[cies] of provisions...
I have recieved, Sir, your favor of the 12 th and I assure you I recieved it with pleasure. it is...
I recieved your favor of June 30. […] [the?] 16th. inst. and immediately attended to y[our?] […]...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to the honble mr Pickering and returns him the paper on...
The President has desired me to confer with you on the proposition I made the other day of...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Pickering and returns him Hutchins’s book with...
I am very sorry that the appointment of Deputy Quarter Master in this State has been so managed...