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Joseph Hiester, about to leave the city of Washington (perhaps forever) having declined a reelection to Congress, And being fully impressed with the Presedints important avocations at this period of the Session, has thought it wrong to intrude a visit on him, at the same time he begs to assure the President, of his highest regard for him, and his administration, and that he in the humble walks...
1t. par. instead of war } of that scurge to the human race, which has so frequently laid waste many of the best parts of the world, Treaty Piankashaws, & Delawares, may it not be advisable to suggest some improvement in the present sistem of government in uper Louisiana. may it not be expedient to say something in relation to the advantages which result from our trading houses with the...
I have the honor to enclose a copy of certain resolutions adopted this day by the Commissioners of the sinking fund, and to submit the propriety of authorising the purchase of stock in the manner proposed by the said resolutions. I have the honor to be with the highest respect Sir Your obedient Servant DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
This day I had the honour of of your Excellencies condescending letter with an inclosure for Mr. Weinwich, Member of the royal Society of Sciences at Copenhagen, who therein will be highly gratified to see that your Excellency has vouchafed to accept of the Rom au Coisie for The American Philosophical Society, the conveyance of which letter I am very proud to have entrusted to me. I most...
Herewith is sent you a letter from Samuel Huntington Esquire, the chief judge of this State. Should it make on your mind, an impression favorable to myself, it will give me pleasure; and should you think proper to confer on me the appointment, which he has found inconvenient to accept, I trust you will find your confidence not misplaced.— With great sincerity and respect I am Sir your very...
The inclosed, I understand, is from Joseph Sisson, an Inhabitant of Newport. He is an elderly gentleman, one of the friends or quakers, universally esteemed and respected. I cannot withhold the letter of such a man, (though it is my desire to avoid giving unnecessary trouble) notwithstanding I am informed that it is on the subject of the Collector’s Office in Newport, and in my favor and sent...
I have the honor to enclose you a Copy of the Answer of the Marquis of Casa Calvo to my Letter of the 11th. Instant, and to Subscribe myself— With great respect, Yo: faithful friend DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
I received your favor of the 20th. inst: by the mail of this day. I shall leave this on Saturday morning in a carriage hired for the purpose & shall loose no time on my journey. I would have set off tomorrow but it was not in my power to make the necessary arrangements; & I would have taken the stage, but the duties of the office with which you have honored me, require that I should bring a...
I take the Liberty to enclose you a paper containing my Ideas on improving our Manual and Solicit your particular notice of the last paragraph— I have the Honor to remain your Excellencys Obedient and very Humble Servant PHi : Daniel Parker Papers.
Since the outrage commited on our Frigate the Chesapeak, I have recruited a Company of Rifle Men in the 17th. Regmt. Virga. under an Act of Congress passed the 24th. February last “Authorising the President of the United States to accept the service of a number of volunteer companies not exceeding thirty thosand men” the Recruits and Officers of which present themselves to your direction and...