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I recieved two days ago a letter from Genl. Wilkinson dated at N. Orleans Dec. 14. in which he inclosed me an affidavit of which I now transmit you a copy. you will percieve that it authenticates the copy of a letter from Colo. Burr to the General, affirming that mr Alston, his son in law, is engaged in the unlawful enterprises he is carrying on, and is to be an actor in them. I am to add also...
Your letter of the 8th. was recieved on the 25th. and I proceed to state to you my views of the present state and prospect of foreign affairs under the confidence that you will use them for your own government and opinions only, and by no means let them get out as from me. with France we are in no immediate danger of war. her future views it is impossible to estimate. the immediate danger we...
Your favor of May 28. has been duly recieved, and in it the proceedings of the court on the Mandamus to the Collector of Charleston. I saw them with great concern because of the quarter from whence they came and where they could not be ascribed to any political waywardness. The legislature having found, after repeated trials, that no general rules could be formed which fraud & avarice would...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to Governor Pinckney & incloses him the opinion of the Attorney general referred to in his letter of the 18th. and which was not printed at that date. DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
I have to acknolege the reciept of your two letters of Sep. 10. & of blank date, probably about the middle of Oct. and to thank you for the communications therein made. they were handed to the two persons therein named. I sieze the first moment it is in my power to answer your question as to our foreign relations, which I do by inclosing you a copy of my message this moment delivered to the...