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Th: Jefferson with his friendly salutations to General Dearborne returns him the Duplicate of the...
I inclose you a letter from a mr Quarrier of this state asking a military commission. I know...
I think we had agreed on the following lists of Commandants for Louisiana George Hammond of...
I have reflected on the case of the embodying of the militia in Ohio, and think the respect we...
The dangers on the road to Natchez are really serious, & calling for attention. mere stationary...
Some compliment being proper for the militia of Tennissee who went to Natchez under the command...
Observations on mr Hawkins’s letter of Dec. 22. 1802. Our proceedings on the subject of the deed...
I have been looking into the case which is the subject of Majr. Foreman’s letter from St. Mary’s...
The enclosed papers will explain to you the motives of this address—I deemed it improper to say...
In the case of Crutchelow & John Williams , two of the murderers of the Indians who have fled,...
I inclose for your consideration a paper addressed to me from Lieutt. Landais of the Artillery,...
It is suggested to me (indirectly from the person himself) that Jerome Bonaparte is at Baltimore...
Notes of consultations. 1807. July 26 Norfolk. agreed that all the militia at this place, & on...
Hints on the subject of Indian boundaries, suggested for consideration An object, becoming now of...
Just as I was leaving Washington, I received the inclosed letter from Colo Matthew Lyon , the...
I inclose you some more resignations of militia commissions. I think we should do well in all...
Colo. Hawkins has put into my hands the papers respecting the claim of the Creek nation on behalf...
I inclose for your consideration & to take order, a petition from the inhabitants of Cahokia, a...
The inclosed were sent to me by mr Bacon with permission to keep them. they may therefore be...
I had had the letter of mr Jouett of July 6. from Chickago, & that from Govr. Hull of July 14....
I thank the Lord for a clear sky and bright day to hear the answer of our good Father, The...
The Great Spirit looks down on me this day, and expects that I shall take measures to secure all...
Whereas our Friend and acquaintance Richard Carter Junr. having a prospect of making application...
The president of the United States of America. To Thomas Jefferson, Robert Smith, Henry Dearborne...
What would you think of raising a force for the defence of New Orleans in this manner? give a...
Th: Jefferson asks a consultation with the heads of departments tomorrow at 11. aclock, on the...
Strongly impressed with the sentiment that the Great Spirit is displeased with his red children...
I thank the Lord that the day has arrived when we can settle all our business, and I thank you...