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Yours of July 27. has been recieved. I now inclose you the letters of Hawkins, Harrison, Wells,...
I inclose you a letter recieved from Governor Strong on the subject of the military articles...
I had written to Governor Claiborne according to what had been agreed between you & myself after...
Hints on the subject of Indian boundaries, suggested for consideration An object, becoming now of...
The orders for the Commanding officer at Natchitoches as agreed to yesterday were that he should...
Just as I was leaving Washington, I received the inclosed letter from Colo Matthew Lyon , the...
Will you be so good as to write me a letter which may be communicated to the house as an answer...
I have this moment recieved certain information that the British vessels have retired from...
Having had occasion to write more fully to mr Gallatin on the appointments for the customs in...
Your letter of Dec. 29. brings to my mind a subject which never has presented itself but with...
Will you be so good as to consider the inclosed answer to the Little Turtle, & suggest any...
In my letter of the 15th. I informed you that I had authorised Govr. Tompkins to order out such...
Th: Jefferson with his friendly compliments to Genl Dearborne returns him Govr. Mc.kean’s letter;...
The answer to M. de la Croix is obviously that it is premature to say any thing about...
I inclose you some more resignations of militia commissions. I think we should do well in all...
The inclosed papers were recd. at Monticello, a little before I left it & were put by to be...
I inclose you a letter from mr Boudinot to whom an answer is promised as soon as I shall hear...
Will General Dearborne be so good as to recommend some person? or will it be better for him to...
Your favor of the 20th. is recieved. on consultation with mr Madison who came here the day after...
I recieved yesterday yours of the 3d. and now return the papers it covered. the treaty between...
Strongly impressed with the sentiment that the Great Spirit is displeased with his red children...
On the vacating of Judge Pickering’s office I shall be obliged to nominate another before the...
Mr. Gallatin having requested that letters might be written to the Governors for militia aid to...
Colo. Hawkins has put into my hands the papers respecting the claim of the Creek nation on behalf...
Should we take any notice of these declarations of the St. Regis Indians? St. Regis or the head...
The resignation of mr Oakley as a justice of the peace, leaves the inhabitants of the quarter he...
I suppose that in answering Govr. Drayton we should compliment his ardor, & smooth over our...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of General Dearborn to Meet the heads of department at the Secretary...
I return you the nominations of Gansevoort and Forsyth approved. I send you also a letter from a...
I inclose for your consideration & to take order, a petition from the inhabitants of Cahokia, a...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 7th. and entirely approve your proposition to remove the...
I thank the Lord that the day has arrived when we can settle all our business, and I thank you...
Will you write to Govr. Cabell or the proper officer & give the orders for the discharge of the...
In expectation that further information would give us a more distinct view of the course which...
I forgot to mention at our last conversation that I think we should concur heartily in both of...
Considering that we have shortly to ask a favour ourselves from the Creeks, the Tuckabatché road,...
The Spanish government has adopted all the angry passions of Yrujo respecting the act of Congress...
Could you, through any friend at Boston or elsewhere have a kental of good-dumbfish forwarded for...
Considering that gun-boats will enter very materially into the system of defence for New-York, I...
Th: Jefferson, with his affectionate salutations to Genl. Dearborne, incloses him the application...
Yours of the 12th. was recieved last night. I presume we must employ Herbaugh at N. Orleans, on...
I inclose you the speech of yesterday. I really think you propose to give too much for the lands....
Your letter of the 20. finding me in the moment of setting out for New London (Bedford) from...
I inclose you letters from McLure & Keteltas, asking military appointment, also one recieved from...
The permission of the Emperor of Marocco to our Consul to remain for six months for the purpose...
I now return you the proceedings of the courtmartial held at Fort Jay with an approbation of the...
I think I once before sent you an application from the same person from whom the inclosed is,...
I am sincerely sorry that I am obliged to ask your attendance here without a moments avoidable...
I inclose you a sheet from an anonymous letter of many sheets which I have just recieved. the...
The H. of Representves. ask what particular ports are proposed to be furnished with gunboats, &...