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I had had the letter of mr Jouett of July 6. from Chickago, & that from Govr. Hull of July 14....
Yours of the 14th. & 15th. were recieved yesterday. the former is now returned. I shall, in...
Having had time since writing to you this day, to write the letter to mr Nicholas, & to have it...
I return you all the papers recieved in yours of the 9th. except Morrison’s letter on the subject...
In mine of the day before yesterday I informed you that to comply with a request of Govr. Cabell...
I recieved yesterday yours of the 7th. with the proposition for substituting 32,000. twelve month...
I dare say that Purcell’s map must be of value, and it would be well if his representatives would...
Notes of consultations. 1807. July 26 Norfolk. agreed that all the militia at this place, & on...
I have this moment recieved certain information that the British vessels have retired from...
I wrote you on the 7th. since that we learn that the Bellona & Leopard remaining in Hampton Road,...
Considering that gun-boats will enter very materially into the system of defence for New-York, I...
I inclose you copies of 2 letters sent by express from Capt Decatur. by these you will percieve...
I am sincerely sorry that I am obliged to ask your attendance here without a moments avoidable...
I suggest to you the following, as some of the ideas which might be expressed by Genl. Wilkinson...
The president of the United States of America. To Thomas Jefferson, Robert Smith, Henry Dearborne...
Whereas our Friend and acquaintance Richard Carter Junr. having a prospect of making application...
I return you the nominations of Gansevoort and Forsyth approved. I send you also a letter from a...
Many officers of the army being involved in the offence of intending a military enterprize...
Th: Jefferson salutes Genl. Dearborne with friendship and communicates the following information...
The H. of Representves. ask what particular ports are proposed to be furnished with gunboats, &...
I inclose you letters from Genl. Wilkinson, of Dec. 9. these, & some recd. from Govr. Claiborne...
Th: Jefferson returned to Genl. Dearborne yesterday the letter of mr John Randolph, to which he...
Th: Jefferson incloses to Genl. Dearborne the draught of his message to Congress, of which he...
Th: Jefferson incloses to Genl. Dearborne some papers from Lt. Osborne, a part of which he...
I am very happy you have been able to find an Agent for the Chickasaws on such good...
Th: Jefferson with his friendly salutations to General Dearborne returns him the Duplicate of the...
§ To Henry Dearborn. 9 May 1806, Department of State. “It being determined to forward to Tunis...
The substance of what was agreed on yesterday, was I think as follows. I. the 2. bomb-vessels &...
What would you think of raising a force for the defence of New Orleans in this manner? give a...
In expectation that further information would give us a more distinct view of the course which...
I propose tomorrow morning to send to both houses the act of S.C. with the inclosed message. is...
As the inclosed resolution might be so construed as to lead into endless details, I entered into...
I forgot to mention at our last conversation that I think we should concur heartily in both of...
Colo. Hawkins has put into my hands the papers respecting the claim of the Creek nation on behalf...
Considering that the important thing is to get the militia classed so that we may get at the...
Will you be so good as to write me a letter which may be communicated to the house as an answer...
The orders for the Commanding officer at Natchitoches as agreed to yesterday were that he should...
I inclose you the speech of yesterday. I really think you propose to give too much for the lands....
Taking from our last Census the number of 384,554 free white males of the age of 16. and under...
Your favor of the 23. is recieved & I learn with pleasure that mrs Dearborne & yourself will ere...
Your favor of the 15th. is recieved, and I am thankful to you for your attention to the articles...
The resignation of mr Oakley as a justice of the peace, leaves the inhabitants of the quarter he...
On my return from a day from a journey to New London I found here the inclosed from the Governor...
Th: Jefferson with his friendly salutations to Genl. Dearborne incloses him a letter from an...
Your letter of the 20. finding me in the moment of setting out for New London (Bedford) from...
I have left Lewis’s large map with a servt. to be carried to your office tomorrow morning. it is...
Will you be so good as to peruse the inclosed and have some conversation with me on it to-day?...
I inclose you letters from P. Choteau & a mr Hay giving information of Capt Lewis. the...
Your favor of the 25th came to hand yesterday, and I now return the letter of LaFayette with a...
I think the cases both of Caston and Hibbs are within the spirit of our promise, altho’ they both...