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The Letters from Mr de Mirbeck and Mr Vall-travers to the P——and from the Proprietors of the Federal City to Mr Walker, he wishes Mr Jefferson to read & consider, that answers to, or proper notice of them, may result from it. AL , DLC : Jefferson Papers. Jefferson endorsed this letter as having been received on Saturday, 24 Mar. 1792. The enclosed letter from Frédéric-Ignace de Mirbeck to GW...
Having lately received from Sir Isaac Heard a letter, with a sketch of a genealogical table of the family of Washington, I have taken the liberty to enclose copies of them to you, begging your assistance to enable me to comply with the request he has made (if among the Papers of my deceased relation there be any trace of this matter) that I will complete the sketch, by making the additions...
The Senate passed a bill establishing the mint which included a provision for displaying an image “of the President of the United States for the time being” on the coinage. This provision touched off one of the most divisive debates of the session. Representatives who favored the Senate version claimed it was an appropriate compliment to Washington, while its opponents argued that the measure...
Mr. Ternant’s compliments to Mr. Jefferson—sends the inclosed, which was amongst several letters brought by the King’s Store ship, Mozelle arrived yesterday in this port.—The ship was sent here to load supplies for the Cape. On the 4th. of march, there were only 1400 men arrived at that place out of the 6,300 troops officially announced to the Governor from france. Two ships of the line, four...
The Letters from Mr. de Mirbeck and Mr. Vall-travers to the P—— and from the Proprietors of the Federal City to Mr. Walker, he wishes Mr. Jefferson to read and consider, that answers to, or proper notice of them, may result from it. RC ( DLC ); endorsed by TJ as received 24 Mch. 1792 and recorded in SJPL where the entry reads: “G. W. to Th: J. with letters of Mirbeck, Valtravers and Walker.”
Cotton. Dunlap’s paper. 1792. Mar. 24. Nashville. ‘I have made 600. ℔. of cotton on half an acre of land, but on a moderate calculation an acre will produce 1000. ℔.’ MS ( DLC ); entirely in TJ’s hand; undated. TJ copied from an extract in Dunlap’s American Daily Advertiser , taken in turn from a 1 Oct. 1791 letter to the editor appearing in the 3 Mch. 1792 issue of Bowen’s Virginia Centinel &...