You
have
selected

  • Author

    • Granger, Gideon
  • Recipient

    • Jefferson, Thomas
  • Period

    • Jefferson Presidency

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Author="Granger, Gideon" AND Recipient="Jefferson, Thomas" AND Period="Jefferson Presidency"
Results 1-50 of 74 sorted by relevance
  • |<
  • <<
  • <
  • Page 1
  • >
  • >>
  • >|
G Granger presents his Complim’ts. to the President and informs him that the mails are made up...
G Granger presents his complimts to the Presidt: & with pleasure assures him of the election of...
The Elections of New York State have gone agt. us for Congress. all is not right I will write...
G Granger presents his respectful Compliments to the President & submits to his perusal a...
I do hereby certify that no evil or inconvenience has arisen to the public from the employment of...
Having completed all the business before me as Postmaster General and arranged evry thing...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the Presidt. & incloses for his perusal sundry Letters &...
G Granger presents his Complimts to the President and incloses a Letter from Perpt. Edwards by...
On examining my private papers, I find the enclos’d address which was transmitted me by Henery...
I take the liberty to enclose a letter of June 17th. from Gov. Claiborne, on the subject of a new...
G Granger presents his compliments to the President and returns the letters transmitted to him—he...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the President and incloses a petition to him, from The...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the President and informs him that the Emoluments of the...
G Granger presents his compliments to the President and takes the liberty of inclosing a Letter...
I do myself the honor herewith to transmit the report of Judge Toulmin respecting the route from...
G Granger presents his Complimts to the President & informs him that he has not a Copy of the...
Inclosed I transmit a Letter from Rufus Easton Esq with various other documents which relate to...
the inclosed Letter under cover of Brown Paper with a number of others directed to this Office...
G Granger presents his Complimts to the President & returns Genl Merriweathe’rs Letter. On the...
I do myself the honor herewith to deliver a List of the Proposals received at this office for...
I have completed the Summer Contracts with more than common success, and fixed the mails for...
 I have paid from this office the following Sums, on account of the Roads from Nashville to...
The vote for Candidates for Congress is at the ratio of 7,000 federal to 3,800 Republican in...
I have this moment received returns of the election in New Hampshire for 171 Towns. They are as...
I had the honor to receive yours of the 7th. Ulto. inclosing Mr. Stewards Letter to the Secretary...
I designed to have called and taken leave of you before my departure from Washington but a press...
After writing you from Hartford yesterday morning I came to this City to attend the Legislature,...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of yours of the 9th. since which I have just contracted with Mr...
G Granger presents his most respectful compliments to the President and informs him that having...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the President—he returns Mr. Eppes letter — Joseph Jones...
Upon looking over some private letters which were carefully laid aside when I went to Connecticut...
Yours of 31st. Ultimo arrived last Evening In Conformity to Your Wishes within Ten days I will...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the President & takes the liberty to inclose The “Genius of...
In a packet which will go by this days mail, I have forwarded a copy of Mr. Wolcots late pamphlet...
I have visited Our friends at Providence and had a full conversation with the Govr. Messrs....
I receivd. the inclosed by the last mail. The writer is Atto. for Mr Claiborne’s Government and...
I have furnish’d a daily Express, to pass between Fredericksburg and Monticello; the mail will...
G Granger presents his Compliments to the President and informs him that Marbell Camden was the...
The extraordinary productions in the enclosed paper under the signatures of “A Western American”...
G Granger presents his Complimts to the President & returns the Letter from Mr. Ellery to Mr....
G Granger Presents his Compliments to the President & Informs that Mr Pease’s Christian name is...
In my Letter of Yesterday I designd to have mentiond: that Genl. Lyman had probably before this...
I take the liberty to inclose a Letter which I have recd from Mr: Bates: [also] One from a Mr:...
G Granger presents his compliments to the President, and in relation to the case of Moss of...
Our Elections are passed and altho the Tories will have a handsome majority yet their Infamous...
I take the liberty to inclose a petition addressed to my care and also a Letter I have recd. from...
The Inclosed is from Eliot who ran down Morris —he is a worthy man. Yours of the 20th. is recd. I...
Yours of the 15th. was duly received. I have no use for Mr: Fenton’s Letter. On Thursday next, If...
I have the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of yours of the 8th. and in return to communicate...
I am so far on my Journey to Washington after an absence of ten days from my family—In the Course...