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The enclosed letter I received in Augt. last and intending to visit the seat of government before my departure again for Canton I reserved its contents for the subject of a personal communication, and during my short stay at Washington called twice at the office of the department for the purpose, but your momentary absence and my private engagements deprived me of the pleasure of an interview....
The British Ship British Queen arrived at Charleston, South Carolina, in the Month of August last with Two Hundred and Fifty French Soldiers and Passengers on board. It appears that this Vessel had been captured by a French Privateer on her Voyage from Jamaica to Liverpool and had been carried to the Havana, where the Cargo was landed and sold, and that she was sent straight from thence to...
23 February 1805, Philadelphia . “Sometime past I took the liberty of addressing you upon the subject of the Consulship to His Danish Majestys Possessions in the West Indies. It was then my determination to have devoted a few years to business in the Island of St Croix and had the application which I made for the office been accredited when prefered I should certainly have carried my intention...
Mr. Dufour called on me yesterday, with the wine. his object seems to be to get my own opinion & that of others on it’s merit, in order to decide on the expediency of continuing the pursuit. but it should be observed that no wine on earth was ever drinkable the spring after it was made. country people may indeed drink it, as ours drink new cyder from the press. but I mean that no judgment can...
Th: Jefferson presents his salutations to mr Crownenshield & returns him the inclosed letters which he has read with much regret. but he must still ask an interview with mr Crownenshield. Privately owned.
Jacob Crowninshield presents his respects to Mr. Jefferson and will wait upon him at any hour when he could know Mr. Jefferson might be at leisure, he will certainly call at 10 O’Clock monday forenoon, or to morrow at the same hour if it is wished and Mr. Jefferson will be so good as to inform him that this will be more convenient or agreeable. DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
I have the honor herewith to transmit you a Return of the Militia of the United States, from such returns as have been received since the 20th March 1804 date of the last Return With sentiments of esteem and respect I am, Sir Your Obedient Servant PHi : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
I have the honor of proposing for your approbation the following appointments in the Militia of the District of Columbia (viz) James Calder to be Lieutenant of light Infantry in the first Legion, vice, Charles McLaughlin promoted— James Stevens to be Ensign of light Infantry in the first Legion, vice, James Harrison resigned Accept, Sir, the assurances of my high respect and consideration....
Humboldt’s map of which, since Dr Kraft’s death, I could not get another copy made, is at my house. I will send it to you to night or to morrow morning— Respectfully Your obt. Sert. DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
In further compliance with the desire of the House of Representatives, expressed in their resolution of Dec. 31. I now transmit the Report and map of Isaac Briggs, referred to in my message of the 1st. instant, and recieved by the last post from New Orleans. DNA : RG 233—LRHR—Legislative Records of the House of Representatives.