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Your favor of the of November has been long in hand, & has remained unanswered till the subject to which it relates should receive some decision from Congress. I now inclose the Act waited for which was almost the last that passed, and refer to it for all the information that can be given. It proceeds on the supposition as the former one did that the Holders of paper will comply with the...
Letter not found. 3 April 1795. Acknowledged in Joy to JM, 10 Aug. 1795 (DLC). Encloses some books, including one by Tench Coxe (probably A View of the United States of America [Philadelphia, 1794; Evans Charles Evans, ed., American Bibliography … 1639 … 1820 (12 vols.; Chicago, 1903–34). Roger P. Bristol, ed., Supplement to Charles Evans’ American Bibliography (Charlottesville, Va., 1970)....
Your favor of 1st. May 1794 was not received by me till it was too late to answer it last fall. I make use of the earliest Spring oppy. to return you my thanks, particularly for the valuable collection of Treaties which was recd. at the same time. The copy for Mr. Jefferson was duly forwarded, and I am desired to make you his acknowledgments also. I find you were right in supposing him not to...