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My journey & two days detention on the road by high waters gave me time to reflect on our Canal...
About a twelvemonth after we came into the administration we learnt by a letter from mr Simpson...
The enclosed papers will explain to you the motives of this address—I deemed it improper to say...
Th: Jefferson incloses to Genl. Dearborne some papers from Lt. Osborne, a part of which he...
I dare say that Purcell’s map must be of value, and it would be well if his representatives would...
A candidate for the office of Genl. Irvine is now presented of a higher order than we have before...
As soon as I possibly could after my arrival here, I prepared the general instructions for our...
I am very much pleased to find that the Choctaws agree to sell us their country on the Missisipi,...
I inclose you letters from P. Choteau & a mr Hay giving information of Capt Lewis. the...
The inclosed letter from Govr. Tatnall and petition from the inhabitants over the Cherokee...
Th: Jefferson with his friendly salutations to Genl. Dearborne incloses him a letter from an...
In mine of the day before yesterday I informed you that to comply with a request of Govr. Cabell...
Not discouraged, that I did not, recieve an answer to the letter I presumed to write to you,...
Will you be so good as to consider & direct how the 3000. D. may be apportioned in the details of...
The substance of what was agreed on yesterday, was I think as follows. I. the 2. bomb-vessels &...
I propose tomorrow morning to send to both houses the act of S.C. with the inclosed message. is...
The guarding our arms at New London & Manchester stands on totally different ground. the former...
I am just making the last arrangements for my departure. the inclosed proposition of Monsr....
I am much pleased with both the ideas suggested by Lyons , viz. 1. to proceed from Knoxville...
I inclose you a letter of July 1. from Govr. Lewis recieved from the war office by the last post....
I inclose you a petition from Aaron Goff of Vermont praying the release of his son under age. the...
I think Colo. Hawkins should be made to understand that we act between the Indians only as...
In the case of Crutchelow & John Williams , two of the murderers of the Indians who have fled,...
Taking from our last Census the number of 384,554 free white males of the age of 16. and under...
I return you all the papers recieved in yours of the 9th. except Morrison’s letter on the subject...
I inclose you the letters of mr Granger & mr J. Nicholas, by the latter of which you will see...
There is a subject on which I wished to speak with you before I left Washington; but an apt...
Extract of a letter from Mr. John Sibley dated Natchitoches Octr. 12. 1808. Every thing in this...
Your favor of the 23. is recieved & I learn with pleasure that mrs Dearborne & yourself will ere...
Colo. Smith the writer of one of the inclosed letters is the republican […] in the place of Page...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 12th. the duties proposed to be levied on us by the...
The Secretary of State presents his respects to the Secretary of War, and has the honor to inform...
I am very happy you have been able to find an Agent for the Chickasaws on such good...
Your favor of the 25th came to hand yesterday, and I now return the letter of LaFayette with a...
I last night recieved the account of Genl. Irvine’s death, and at the same time the inclosed...
I inclose for your consideration a paper addressed to me from Lieutt. Landais of the Artillery,...
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...
Altho’ the communication of the within to me might be considered as confidential, yet it is so...
My letter of Aug. 28. on the dispositions of the Indians was to go the rounds of all our...
I recieved yesterday yours of the 7th. with the proposition for substituting 32,000. twelve month...
I suggest to you the following, as some of the ideas which might be expressed by Genl. Wilkinson...
A complaint has come to me indirectly on the part of the Cadets at West point, that the...
Yours of the 14th. & 15th. were recieved yesterday. the former is now returned. I shall, in...
I inclose you a newspaper with a Lexington article respecting the Osage chiefs. Govr. Harrison in...
The letter of the Little Turtle to Genl. Wilkinson is so serious, that I suppose it should be...
It is suggested to me (indirectly from the person himself) that Jerome Bonaparte is at Baltimore...
I inclose you a letter from Capt Barron at Westpoint, on which be pleased to do what you think...
Your’s of the 7th. with the inclosed papers came to my hand only last night. I now return the...
Notes of consultations. 1807. July 26 Norfolk. agreed that all the militia at this place, & on...