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§ From John Graham. 8 September 1805, New Orleans . “I have now the Honor to inclose a Copy of all the Acts passed at the first Session of the Legislative Council of this Territory & shall very soon forward on a copy of those passed at their last Session.” RC ( DNA : RG 59, TP , Orleans, vol. 7). 1 p. Enclosure not found, but see n. 1. Graham doubtless enclosed a copy of Acts Passed at the...
§ From William Lee. 8 September 1805, Bordeaux . “Should Mr Hammond of New York, or Capt. marner, commanding his ship Susan & Sarah make any complaint to you, of my official conduct I beg you will do me the favor to peruse the pieces accompanying this, relating to their improper discharge of Geo: Bender, the mate of the said Ship. “It is one of the many cases, I have every week to decide on,...
§ From Anthony Merry. 8 September 1805, Philadelphia . “I received to-day the Honor of your Letter of the 5th. Instant, and have that to send you inclosed the Passport you have requested for Mr Gray, and for the Vessel in which he is about to embark.” RC ( DNA : RG 59, NFL , Great Britain, vol. 3). 1 p.; in a clerk’s hand, signed by Merry. The letter has not been found, but for the probable...
le départ de Mr. Skipwith me donnant une occasion sure pour écrire à Votre Excellence, je prends la liberté de joindre à cette Lettre les duplicata de celles que j’ai eu l’honneur de vous adresser le 21 May et le 27 aoust. Le premiere de ces Lettres ouvre une idée, que je crois qui peut mériter votre approbation, pour finir les procés qui existent au Kentucky et dans d’autres Etats,...
Yours of Aug. 31. has been recieved. the partition you propose in the clerk’s office of the Senate is readily approved, as it will not injure the room for that purpose, and is necessary to support the decayed beam. this latter consideration will justify it to the Senate even should it not be otherwise agreeable to them. but the division of the semicircular Vestibule I cannot say I approve. it...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Dr. Mitchell and his thanks for the pamphlets he was so kind as to send him, & which he communicated to mr Randolph. he expects on his return to Washington (which will be in 3. weeks from this time) to find there a great collection of the chemical subjects of Louisiana, which Capt. Lewis has sent, with a desire to forward them to the Phil. society at...
Edm: Randolph presents his respectful compliments to Mr. Jefferson; and will thank him to assign to Colo. Wilson Cary Nicholas the order on Mr. Robinson’s admrs, concerning which E. Randolph took the liberty of writing to him the other day; as Colo. Nicholas is now intitled to the balance. DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
Je m’empresse de vous envoyer une copie au net de mon Ouvrage, telle enfin que j’aurais désiré la premiere: puisse-t-elle vous parvenir et que mon hommage vous soit ainsi présenté sous une forme plus digne de votre attention! J’ai l’honneur d’être très respectueusement, Monsieur Votre très humble et très obéissant Serviteur ViW : Jefferson Papers, Tucker-Coleman Collection.
Sibley’s information Sep. 30. & Octob. 1805. Sep. 8. Chamer of Natchitoches going to Oppelousa & within 10 or 15 miles of Oppelousa church, was robbed of his horse by 6. armed Spanish Dragoons within the country actually delivered to us. Sep. 10. the agents of Oliver & Case were robbed of 20. pack horses & their packs at the Bayou Pierre settlement on Red river on the ordinary road from the...
Permit me to make personally known to you Mr Roane one of the Judges of the Court of Appeals—his Character no Doubt well known to you, and your respect for high Talents and great merit assure me no apology is necessary for this Liberty—Yours wth Respect &c DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.