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I received by the mail of last evening, your letter of the 13th. instant, and in compliance with...
The commission for the Marshall of Virginia District was forwarded to his address in Amelia...
8 March 1805, Department of State . “I shall be obliged by your forwarding me an accurate copy of...
Your letter of the 4th. inst. has been duly recd. You will herewith receive an authenticated copy...
Th: Jefferson presents his salutations to mr Hay, and his thanks for his works of mr Thompson the...
The inclosed paper came to my hand Yesterday and although it expresses itself as confidential, I...
Understanding that it is thought important that a letter of Nov. 12. 1806. from General Wilkinson...
I recieved late last night your favor of the day before & now re-inclose you the Subpoena. as I...
The inclosed papers respecting Thomas Logwood will sufficiently explain themselves. the law...
My absence from Virginia for many years back, with small intervals of residence only in it, has...
I recieved but lately a letter dated so long ago as Oct. 9. from mr Craven Peyton, your client in...
Your favor of the 31st. has been recieved, and I think it will be fortunate if any circumstance...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 19th. and am sorry you cannot undertake mr Short’s defence...
I inclose you a letter recieved yesterday on the subject of Genl. Presley Nevil, with respect to...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 11th. an error of the post office had occasioned the...
We are this moment informed by a person who left Richmond since the 22d. that the prosecution of...
Yours of the 17th. was recieved last night. three blank pardons had been (as I expect) made up &...
As I understand by the newspapers that the examination of the witnesses in Burr’s case & that of...
§ To George Hay. 29 October 1805, Department of State. “In answer to your letter of the 23d:...
While Burr’s case is depending before the court, I trouble you from time to time with what occurs...
On re-examination of a letter of Nov. 12. 1806. from Genl. Wilkinson to myself (which having been...
I have this moment rec’d your letter of the 25th. and hasten to answer it. if the grand jury do...
In mine of the 12th. I informed you I would write to the Atty. General to send on the letter of...
Your’s of the 1st. came to hand yesterday. the event has been what was evidently intended from...
The inclosed letter is written in a spirit of conciliation & with the desire to avoid conflicts...
Your letter of the 9th is this moment recieved. Reserving the necessary right of the President of...
I think it was mr Wythe’s practice to assign in the body of his decrees the reasons on which they...
Genl. Wilkinson has asked permission to make use, in the statement of Burr’s affair which he is...
Dr. Bollman, on his arrival here in custody in Jan. voluntarily offered to make communications to...
In answering your letter of the 9th. which desired a communication of one to me from Genl....
Mr. Latrobe now comes on as a witness against Burr. his presence here is with great inconvenience...