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1 Jefferson, Thomas Newton, Thomas From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Newton, 23 March 1801 1801-03-23 I duly recieved your favor of the 12th. inst. and thank you for the information respecting the...
2 Jefferson, Thomas Newton, Thomas From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Newton, 7 May 1801 1801-05-07 Your favor of the 14th. Apr. came to hand on the 1st. inst. and that of the 8th. not till the 3d....
3 Jefferson, Thomas Newton, Thomas From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Newton, 9 March 1801 … 1801-05-09 The day before yesterday I inclosed you the first halves of 4. bank bills for 350. D. to wit 3....
4 Jefferson, Thomas Newton, Thomas From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Newton, 14 August 1801 1801-08-14 A collector for the port of Hampton is wanting in the room of mr Kirby, removed for gross...
5 Jefferson, Thomas Newton, Thomas From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Newton, 18 September … 1801-09-18 The Secretary of the Treasury informs me that he is obliged to remove mr Wilkins the collector at...
6 Jefferson, Thomas Newton, Thomas From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Newton, 9 November 1801 1801-11-09 An extraordinary press of business has prevented my sooner acknoleging the reciept of your favor...
7 Jefferson, Thomas Newton, Thomas From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Newton, 27 November … 1801-11-27 I have just recieved your favor of the 18th and after due thanks for your attention to the...
8 Jefferson, Thomas Newton, Thomas From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Newton, 2 March 1802 1802-03-02 Your favor of the 18th. Ult. came to hand a few days ago. the reciept of the cyder had been...
9 Jefferson, Thomas Newton, Thomas From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Newton, 12 July 1802 1802-07-12 The Secretary at War, Genl. Dearborne, having occasion to visit Norfolk , I cannot omit the...
10 Jefferson, Thomas Newton, Thomas From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Newton, 12 October 1802 1802-10-12 Thomas Blow, surveyor of the customs at Smithfield, has resigned his office. it is of small...