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Th: Jefferson has the honor to submit to the President’s approbation the draught of letters to mister Genet and the Attorney Genl on the subject of the prosecution desired by the former to be instituted against Messrs Jay & King. He also incloses the form of a warrant for D=2544.37 for the Director of the Mint for the purchase of copper. AL , DNA : RG 59, Miscellaneous Letters; AL (letterpress...
I have laid before the President your letter of the 16th. instant, and in consequence thereof have written to the Attorney General of the US. a letter of which I have the honor to inclose you a copy, and to add assurances of the respect with which I am Sir Your most obedt & most humble servt RC ( DLC : Genet Papers); at foot of text: “The Min. Pleny. of the Republic of France.” PrC ( DLC ). FC...
Not having yet seen the captain of the vessel to whom I had offered the transportation of my goods to Richmond, I conclude to send them by your vessels to Richmond if you chuse to take them on the terms I heretofore paid, that is to say @ 4d. the cubic foot. There are 15. boxes, containing 282. cubic feet now at Mr. Hazlehurst’s ready to be delivered, marked TJ. No. 52. to 66. There are 22....
The Minister Plenipotentiary of France has inclosed to me the copy of a letter of the 16th. inst. which he addressed to you, stating that some libellous publications had been made against him by Mr. Jay, chief Justice of the US. and Mr. King one of the Senators for the state of New York, and desiring that they might be prosecuted. This letter has been laid before the President, according to...
I have duly received your letter of the 16th. inst. and have communicated it to the President of the US. in order that such use may be made of your proposals as the future provisions of the legislature shall render expedient, these not having as yet furnished any grounds to act on it. I have the honor to be gentlemen Your most obedt. servt PrC ( DLC ); at foot of text: “Messrs. Samuel Ward &...
Th: Jefferson has the honor to submit to the President’s approbation the draught of letters to Mr. Genet and the Atty. Genl. on the subject of the prosecution desired by the former to be instituted against Messrs. Jay and King. He also incloses the form of a warrant for Đ 2544.37 for the Director of the Mint for the purchase of copper. RC ( DNA : RG 59, MLR ); addressed: “The Pres[…]”;...