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I had the pleasure of writing to you, the 1st of nov. last , by duplicate , informing you concerning packages and letters forwarded to you by different channels of conveyance. Senator Tracy is anxious to know whether you received a MS , which I delivered to Mr. Barlow , to be sent with his dispatches — This will be accompanied with a copy of the civil, penal, and criminal codes , which I beg...
on the 21st of january last , I had the honor of writing to you , by Doctor Stephens , and of sending, for your acceptance, a copy of the civil, penal, and criminal codes of France . I also inclosed a letter from mr. mazzei . I have since forwarded to you, by mr. Breuil , of the
In consequence of the enquiry which you were pleased to make last evening, with respect to my conduct in a certain affair, I beg leave to present you the following statement of facts. A french vessel, by the particular permission, or instruction of General Armstrong was purchased by Captain Haley, in the name of Captain Banks, an american, to sail as a Parlementaire or flag vessel for the...
I am induced by feelings of gratitude to send for your perusal the inclosed communication relating to my removal from office— and am, with great respect, your most obedt Sert RC ( DLC ); dateline at foot of text; addressed: “Thomas Jefferson Esquire monticello”; endorsed by TJ as received 14 Oct. 1814 and so recorded in SJL . Enclosures: (1) Isaac Cox Barnet to Warden, Paris, 25 Aug. 1813,...
I beg leave to inform you that the Attorney General is not yet arrived at Washington . Mr. Coles , to whom I delivered your packet for Mr Rodney , informs me, that he has lost all his furniture on board a vessel, destined for this city, which has been lately wrecked— I was obliged to return from Monticello , by Richmond , where I had the pleasure of meeting Messrs Coles and Cabell .
I am induced, by a sense of duty, to inclose for your perusal, a copy of my defence with regard to the insinuation made against me, before my appointment, by a secret enemy, and to which, I understand, General armstrong has lately referred—as he has not furnished his objections to my consular appointment, I trust that the President will soon allow me to embark. The suspension of my departure...
I have the honor of communicating to you a copy of my correspondence with mr. Crawford to serve as a defence of my determination to wait for your official instructions with respect to my Consular powers. My removal from office, in the manner which I have described appeared to me to be an abuse of delegated authority: for if mr. Crawfords powers in relation to me were discretionary, as would...
I have the honor of sending you, by Captain Fenwick , a copy of Mr. Bottas’ work — Storia della guerra Americana . It is well written, and contains information not found in any other narrative on the same Subject. The Author is a member of the French Legislative body: his principles are just and liberal, and he is a most amiable man.— you will have been informed of the Emperors orders to sequester
On my return here, I found an Edition, in 8vo, of the Essai politique sur La Nouvelle Espagne —of which I have forwarded a copy for your acceptance. Baron Humboldt is, at present, in Germany, and proposes to return soon to Paris. He accuses Major Pike of having copied a part of his map, without even the mention of his Name. A french translation of Pikes’ Journal is in the press. I beg leave,...