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Mr. Tazewell is no more—he this moment departed. Will you be pleased to make this Melancholy event known to the Members of the Senate. I have taken immediate preparatory measures for his funeral. In great distress I am, Sir, Yrs. RC ( DLC ); addressed: “Thomas Jefferson, Esqre.”; endorsed by TJ as received 24 Jan. 1799 and so recorded in SJL . Upon learning of the death of Virginia Senator...
J: Beckley, returns enclosed Mr: Jefferson’s parliamentary Notes .—On the first part he has pencilled a few remarks.—On the Second part ‘respecting priviledged questions ’ want of time now to consider it, induces a wish, that at the close of the Session Mr: Jefferson would permit him to take a Copy of these, and any other Notes which Mr: J—— may add on the law of parliament generally, when an...
So inseparable, are the feelings of my mind, from a deep concern, in the welfare and happiness of our common Country, and for the success and honorable reputation, of that administration of its affairs, which you are about to commence, that I cannot permit myself to withhold the present communication. If it may in any degree conduce to aid the purposes of your own mind, Or that view of things...