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Th: Jefferson returns to Col o Duane the two packages which he supposes to be the last. he has...
The intercourse with France being now open, I expect every hour a letter from M. de Tutt Tracy ,...
I am sincerely concerned and mortified at the failure of the remittance I had supposed made to...
Such has been the hurry & bustle of the close of a session of Congress & of my departure, which...
I inclose you a pamphlet on a subject which has, I believe been little understood. I had expected...
I wrote to you on the 24 th of Nov. on the subject of mr Tracy ’s book. a mr Ticknor from...
I now return the translated sheets . you will find in them some pencilled words, chiefly...
Since my letter to you of the 3 d I have had occasion to make a remittance to mr Dufief...
I promised you, in a former letter , a short Proem to be prefixed to our book, which I now...
On reciept of your letter of Aug. 11. informing me you could not undertake the publication of the...