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1 Hamilton, Alexander Jay, John From Alexander Hamilton to John Jay, 11 June 1801 1801-06-11 Mr. Davies, who appreciates your character as he ought, having expressed a desire to be...
2 Hamilton, Alexander Lowell, John From Alexander Hamilton to John Lowell, Junior, 11 June … 1801-06-11 Mr. Davies, District Attorney for Kentucke being about to make a visit to your City, I with...
3 Coxe, Tench Madison, James To James Madison from Tench Coxe, 11 June 1801 1801-06-11 Your letter of the 5th. instant came to my hands yesterday afternoon, and the mail will depart in...
4 Innes, Harry Madison, James To James Madison from Harry Innes, 11 June 1801 1801-06-11 Yesterday I attended at this place agreably to the Act of Congress for the more convenient...
5 Bulkeley, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Bulkeley, 11 June 1801 … 1801-06-11 11 June 1801, Lisbon. Announces retreat of Portuguese forces and preparation of strong Spanish...
6 Gallatin, Albert Madison, James To James Madison from Albert Gallatin, 11 June 1801 … 1801-06-11 11 June 1801, Treasury Department. Offers opinion (agreeing with comptroller) that Oliver...
7 Bulkeley, Thomas Madison, James To James Madison from Thomas Bulkeley, 11 June 1801 1801-06-11 Since my private letter of yesterdays date, accounts have arrived in Town of the surrender of...
8 Austin, David Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from David Austin, 11 June 1801 1801-06-11 I have observed too much candor in your manner of receiving my communications, to fear a trespass...
9 Jefferson, Thomas Bartram, John, Jr. From Thomas Jefferson to John Bartram, Jr., 11 June … 1801-06-11 About the latter end of this month I have to send to Philadelphia for a carriage. will you be so...
10 Lawson, Robert Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Lawson, [11 June 1801] 1801-06-11 […] to fear cannot be well d[…] in any sh[…] And when I reflect that the hot Season is at hand...