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Mr. Gallatin having requested that letters might be written to the Governors for militia aid to...
I suppose that in answering Govr. Drayton we should compliment his ardor, & smooth over our...
I have read with pleasure the letter of Capt Davidson by which, according to unanimous resolves...
Will you be so good as to consider the inclosed answer to the Little Turtle, & suggest any...
I have prepared the two principal answers to the Indians, & pray you to read them attentively &...
I shall be ready to recieve any of the Indians tomorrow. I send you a sketch of the answer I...
I inclose you a charge by mr Hanson against Capt Smith & Lieutenants Davis & Dobbins of the...
Th: Jefferson requests the favor of Genl: & Mrs. Dearborn & Mr. Wingate to dine with him on...
Extract of a letter from Mr. John Sibley dated Natchitoches Octr. 12. 1808. Every thing in this...
The inclosed papers were recd. at Monticello, a little before I left it & were put by to be...
Genl. Dearborne be so good as to read the inclosed and decide on what is best, returning the...
I inclose for your consideration several applications for military commissions. the...
Yours of Aug. 18. is this moment recieved, & I forward you a letter of July 16. from Govr. Lewis...
Yours of Aug. 15. was recieved yesterday. I regret extremely that the estimate of the blocks at...
In my letter of yesterday I omitted to inclose that of Hern, which I now do. I add to it a...
In my letter of the 15th. I informed you that I had authorised Govr. Tompkins to order out such...
I inclose you a letter of July 1. from Govr. Lewis recieved from the war office by the last post....
I inclose you letters from McLure & Keteltas, asking military appointment, also one recieved from...
Yours of July 27. has been recieved. I now inclose you the letters of Hawkins, Harrison, Wells,...
Yours of July 27. is recieved. It confirms the accounts we recieve from others that the...
A complaint has come to me indirectly on the part of the Cadets at West point, that the...
I inclose you a letter from the Path-killer & others of the Cherokees, the object of which I do...
I send you a recommendation from the Senate of Georgia in favor of a David Alexander to be a...
Th: Jefferson incloses to Genl. Dearborne a letter to be noticed or not as he thinks proper, with...
The enclosed papers will explain to you the motives of this address—I deemed it improper to say...
I had written to Governor Claiborne according to what had been agreed between you & myself after...
Could you, through any friend at Boston or elsewhere have a kental of good-dumbfish forwarded for...
Th: Jefferson, with his affectionate salutations to Genl. Dearborne, incloses him the application...
I inclose you information from Genl. Jackson which I presume you have otherwise recieved of an...
There is a subject on which I wished to speak with you before I left Washington; but an apt...
The inclosed is the first intimation I have recieved of the intention of the paymaster to resign....
Your’s of the 14th. came to hand yesterday. I do not see that we can avoid agreeing to estimates...
Yours of the 12th. was recieved last night. I presume we must employ Herbaugh at N. Orleans, on...
My journey & two days detention on the road by high waters gave me time to reflect on our Canal...
Th: Jefferson will thank Genl Dearborne to consider the inclosed. the writer appears to have that...
Th: Jefferson asks a consultation with the heads of Departments tomorrow at one Oclock & that...
Not discouraged, that I did not, recieve an answer to the letter I presumed to write to you,...
Has Genl. Dearborne recieved any information from Genl. Clinton which will enable Th:J. to answer...
Should we take any notice of these declarations of the St. Regis Indians? St. Regis or the head...
The Delaware Tribe have determined to remove the ensuing Spring from their present habitations to...
Your letter of Dec. 29. brings to my mind a subject which never has presented itself but with...
The answer to M. de la Croix is obviously that it is premature to say any thing about...
There seems to be a disposition to take up the classification bill. I have substituted a division...
I have reflected on the case of the embodying of the militia in Ohio, and think the respect we...
Will you write to Govr. Cabell or the proper officer & give the orders for the discharge of the...
I forwarded to mr Smith, Secretary of the Navy, an extract of so much of my letter to you of Aug....
The Chevalr. de Foranda has stated in a letter to the Dept. of State, that one thousand dollars...
I inclose you the letters of mr Granger & mr J. Nicholas, by the latter of which you will see...
My letter of Aug. 28. on the dispositions of the Indians was to go the rounds of all our...
Mr. Madison will have written to you on the subject of a demand of 1000. D. furnished to Lieutt....